Gunman in Afghan army uniform kills two US soldiers and injures six in Nangarhar; shot dead by forces
There have been numerous attacks by Afghan national army soldiers on their allied partners during 18 years of America's protracted war
Donald Trump pulling plug on talks with Taliban could not come at a better time for India; here's why
New Delhi has never recognised Taliban as a legitimate political actor who should have a say in the peace process, or in Afghan people's future.
Afghans fear Donald Trump’s cancellation of US-Taliban talks will bring more carnage; ‘Our only hope was peace’, says local
Last week's Taliban car bomb targeted a foreign compound but instead shredded Afghan homes
Donald Trump to leave 200 troops in Syria as "peacekeeping group", says White House as US withdraws force from war-torn country
"A small peacekeeping group of about 200 will remain in Syria for a period of time," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement after the call between the two leaders
A US soldier has died in Afghanistan, foreign forces said, taking the number of American fighters killed in action in the country this year to 12.
US forces carried out six "precision air strikes" against an Islamic State camp in Libya, killing 17 people, the US Africa Command said on Sunday.
Several senior Islamic State group members in Afghanistan - including a provincial leader - have been killed in a United States air strike
The US forces have killed the head of Islamic State's Afghanistan branch in a strike on the terror group's headquarters in Kunar Province
US-backed Syrian coalition advances against Islamic State, takes Raqqa district after three days of intense fighting
A US-backed Syrian coalition of Kurdish and Arab groups advanced against Islamic State in Raqqa on Sunday, taking the al-Qadisia district
The Pentagon says US forces in Afghanistan dropped the military's largest non-nuclear bomb, GBU-43 nicknamed Mother of All Bombs on an Islamic State target in Afghanistan
A Romanian military helicopter flying to take part in a joint exercise with US forces crashed on Friday, killing eight servicemen on board and injuring two, the defence ministry said.
The report said it had gathered evidence of "a deeply flawed US military justice system that cements a culture of impunity" in dealing with Afghan civilian deaths and injuries caused in NATO coalition operations since 2001.
Al-Qaeda's Afghanistan leader is laying the groundwork to relaunch his war-shattered organisation once the United States and international forces withdraw from the country, allege US officials.
Among the dead at the Defense Ministry complex, which also houses a military hospital, were soldiers and civilians, including seven foreigners — two Germans, two Vietnamese, two Filipinos and one Indian, according to the Supreme Security Commission.