German national believed to be military adviser to Taliban arrested in Afghanistan's Helmand province
A German national believed to be a military advisor to the Taliban in Afghanistan has been arrested in the insurgency-racked province of Helmand
An Afghan official says Taliban insurgents have attacked checkpoints in the southern Helmand province, killing 11 police.
Taliban suicide bomber kills 5 in Afghanistan a day after Donald Trump's decision to send more troops
A Taliban suicide bomber killed five civilians and wounded 25 others in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday, an official said.
An errant US airstrike confirmed by the Pentagon killed 12 Afghan National Police officers and wounded two others, Helmand provincial police chief said
The government forces backed by helicopter gunships have been targeting Taliban positions over the past week
Up to 54 Taliban insurgents were killed in Afghan Army operations over the past 24 hours in southern Helmand province.
Bombings across three Afghan cities including Kabul killed around 50 people on Tuesday, in a day of carnage that shattered a relative lull in violence as Taliban insurgents escalate a deadly winter campaign.
An Afghan official says overnight attacks by the Taliban on two police checkpoints in the volatile south killed at least eight policemen
At least seven people were killed and seven wounded when gunmen opened fire in a government office in Afghanistan's southern province of Helmand on Wed
A report by the Telegraph said that Sasha was credited with saving many lives by finding hidden weapons caches and boobytrap bombs in Helmand province.
"Three Taliban militants were killed when an improvised explosive device, they planted to target security forces went off prematurely along a main road in Nad Ali district Sunday night," Mohammad Nasim Sangin, an official told Xinhua.
"Prince Harry is a young man, we do give exits to young men when they make mistakes," Karzai said.
The killing of civilians has soured the feelings of many ordinary Afghans towards foreign forces and has been a constant strain on ties between the Afghan government and its Western backers in the increasingly unpopular war.