Father Soldier Son review: An intimate, gut wrenching portrait of an American family, manhood, and a nation at war
A New York Times documentary, Father Soldier Son spans 10 years in the lives of American soldier Barry Eisch and his sons Isaac and Joey.
Guterres' greatest worry was the spread of the virus to areas that aren't able to deal with it like some African countries.
On return from US, Imran Khan vows to meet Afghan Taliban and try to initiate interaction with Ashraf Ghani government
Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan said that he would meet with the Taliban after returning to his country, as part of efforts to end 18 years of war in Afghanistan.
'John McCain has poor sense of history': Khawaja Asif hits out at US senator for comparing Afghanistan with Vietnam war
Pakistan foreign minister Khawaja Asif has slammed powerful Republican senator John McCain for comparing the war in Afghanistan with that of Vietnam.
For the thousands of families who have visited Kabul's City Park since it opened during a national religious holiday weekend in October, it is a rare escape from lives blighted by war.
A car bomb went off on Wednesday near a gate used by Nato troops in the northern section of the Kabul airport, the Afghan Interior Ministry said.
Pakistan today said it is in consultation with Afghan and US authorities over the release of Taliban detainees to help the reconciliation process in the war-torn neighbouring country.
India and Pakistan fear that any instability in the war-torn Afghanistan following the withdrawal of US troops could result in "surplus terrorism" in both the countries, a top US official has said.
"Prince Harry is a young man, we do give exits to young men when they make mistakes," Karzai said.
"By the end of next year, America's war in Afghanistan will be over," Obama announced.
Masood said a number of factors could trigger another internal conflict after most NATO combat troops leave at the end of 2014.
A US drone aircraft killed eight suspected Islamist militants in northwest Pakistan on Sunday, security officials said.
Washington wants India to fill up the post-US vacuum in Afghanistan and play a bigger role training Afghan security forces as a NATO deadline to withdraw all its combat troops from that country by the end of 2014 draws near.