Afghanistan: At least 14 killed, 45 injured in twin bomb explosions in Bamiyan; Taliban denies involvement
The twin bombing marked the latest attack in Afghanistan, where violence has surged in recent months even as Taliban and Afghan government negotiators are meeting for peace talks
Taliban attack in Afghanistan: At least 20 killed, 95 injured after truck explodes near hospital in Zabul province
A Taliban truck bomb killed at least 20 people and wounded 95 when it exploded near a hospital in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, a provincial official said, with casualties expected to rise as rescuers sift the rubble
In a substantial rise to the toll from the 12 announced previously, at least 65 people were killed in a Taliban-claimed attack on an Afghan intelligence base
Two attacks in Afghanistan kill 92: Suicide blast in Kabul claims 48 lives; Taliban assault in Baghlan kills 44 policemen
Taliban attack on an Afghan military outpost killed up to 44 policemen and soldiers, while a separate suicide blast in Kabul killed at least 48 people as a relentless wave of violence continued across Afghanistan
Death toll from a suicide blast at an educational centre in a mainly Shiite area of the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday reached 25, with another 35 wounded
At least 30 soldiers killed as Taliban targets army checkpoints in Afghanistan in first attack post Eid ceasefire
At least 30 soldiers were killed when Taliban fighters targeted two checkpoints in western Badghis province in Afghanistan on Wednesday.
A Taliban assault on the Intercontinental Hotel in Afghanistan's capital killed at least 18 people, including 14 foreigners, and pinned security forces down for more than 13 hours before the last attacker was killed on Sunday, with the casualty toll expected to rise.
The Afghan government declared Sunday as a national mourning day to pay tributes to scores of army personnel who died in a Taliban attack at a military base in Balkh province.
Pakistan's Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a petition seeking abolition of the death penalty in the country.
In one of the deadliest attacks targeting children, Taliban suicide attackers stormed an army-run school firing randomly and throwing grenades at a school in Peshawar.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening spoke with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif over phone and offered his deepest condolences for the dastardly terror attack on a school in Peshawar.
He shot my teacher till she stopped crying: Pakistani children recall narrow escapes in Taliban slaughter
Reuters interviews with witnesses showed most victims were shot in the first hours of the assault when gunmen sprayed the premises with bullets in an indiscriminate massacre.
Taliban gunmen stormed an army-run school in Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 95 people including 82 children in one of the country's bloodiest attacks in recent years.
Police chief of Afghanistan's capital quit on Sunday, his spokesman said, following a deadly Taliban attack in 10 days on foreign guest houses in Kabul.
An Afghan official says the Taliban have attacked three police checkpoints overnight in the southern province of Helmand. The police repelled the attacks but lost one officer
Adnan Rashid, a Taliban fighter wanted for an attempt to assassinate former President Pervez Musharraf, wrote a letter to Malala who was shot in the head in a militant attack last year.
In a statement, Malala said she was excited to return to school and that she wanted “all girls in the world to have this basic opportunity.”
The Pakistan parliament on Monday unanimously adopted a resolution asking the government to declare teenage rights activist Malala Yousufzai, the target of a recent assassination attempt by the Taliban, as the "Daughter of Pakistan".
Malala was shot and seriously injured in the country's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province when she was returning home from school. Taliban claimed responsibility for the shooting.