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16 were killed in the attack, including two newborn babies.
The president was in town for a closed-door fundraiser and a speech to the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
When a stray dog wagged his tail at me on a battlefield, little did we know it would change life for both of us
A bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Monday has left at least nine journalists dead, including Agence France Presse’s chief
At least 10 journalists were killed in Afghanistan on Monday, making it the deadliest day on record for those in the field
Violence against women and girls anywhere and at any time is not acceptable.
Islamic State beheaded 15 of its own fighters due to infighting in Afghanistan's eastern province of Nangarhar.
The American consciousness simply has no conception, not even a Trumpian illusion, of what “winning” looks like.
Joshua Boyle, the Canadian citizen who spent five years as a prisoner of the Taliban, didn't believe his captors when they
Freed Canadian hostage Joshua Boyle says the Haqqani terrorist group in Afghanistan killed his infant daughter in captivity
'I hate to be here on Manus and I don't want those people to be'.
WASHINGTON ― After a months-long interagency review, President Donald Trump was supposed to announce a new strategy for the
'They are nothing but thugs, criminals, predators and yes, losers.'
It will be Trump's third prime-time address to the country.
With the stark injustices women and girls continue to face in the country, Afghanistan’s “Sesame Street” has unveiled a new
Art is providing a powerful emotional outlet for a group of child refugees. Youngsters who have settled in southeast England
The blast was powerful enough to shatter building windows nearby.
Federal money for similar programs hangs in the balance, and some organizations have already gone elsewhere for support. In
NATO has asked Australia for additional resources.
In July 2013, Spc. Hilda Clayton was killed in Afghanistan while photographing a live-fire training exercise for the U.S