- AP Interview: Iran ambassador: Nuke deal could benefit Kabul Updated: Jul-06-15 11:07 am
KABUL, Afghanistan - As Iran and global powers move toward a nuclear agreement, Tehran's ambassador to Afghanistan said a deal easing crippling economic sanctions would also benefit security and development in his country's war-torn neighbor.
- Afghan soldier who fled US training site granted asylum Updated: Jul-01-15 8:50 am
BUFFALO, New York - Federal officials have granted asylum to an Afghan military officer who along with two comrades slipped away from a U.S. training exercise in Massachusetts to avoid being sent back home.
- The Latest: Attack on NATO convoy in Afghanistan kills 2 Updated: Jun-30-15 11:07 am
KABUL, Afghanistan - The latest news on a suicide attack in the Afghan capital targeting a NATO convoy on the Kabul airport road, near the U.S. Embassy.
- Afghan UN envoy says extremists have united in new offensive Updated: Jun-22-15 11:03 pm
UNITED NATIONS - A new offensive against the Afghan government and people is being compounded by "an unprecedented convergence" of Taliban insurgents, more than 7,000 foreign fighters, and violent groups including the Islamic State, Afghanistan's U.N. ambassador said Monday.
- Dems hope to win Rubio's Senate seat by sidelining liberal Updated: Jun-21-15 11:38 am
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Democrats see a chance to pick up the Florida Senate seat being vacated by Republican Marco Rubio - but only if U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson stays out of the race.
- Afghan war over? Then set us free, Guantanamo detainees say Updated: Jun-17-15 1:51 pm
WASHINGTON - Two Guantanamo Bay detainees are using President Barack Obama's own words to argue that the U.S. war in Afghanistan is over - and therefore they should be set free.
- Man of peace to become Afghan wartime defense minister Updated: Jun-16-15 10:20 am
KABUL, Afghanistan - War-torn Afghanistan may soon have a defense minister, nine months after the new government was formed and amid some of the toughest fighting since the Talban's insurgency began nearly 14 years ago.
- Afghanistan gets 'mini-Pentagon' as troops struggle Updated: Jun-12-15 3:38 am
KABUL, Afghanistan - They call it the "mini-Pentagon" -- a white marble building in the heart of Afghanistan's capital built with U.S. funds to serve as the headquarters of a modern military more than a decade in the making.