KABUL (Reuters) – More than 60 percent of Afghans still believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, but signs of better governance and rebuilding has slightly lifted the national mood,
Papua New Guinea is planning to evict more than 400 refugees who refuse to leave an offshore detention center on Manus Island. The ultimatum issued Sunday gives refugees one day to voluntarily leave the Australian facility or be forcibly removed.
By Idrees Ali and Robin Emmott
By Robin Emmott
Defense Secretary James Mattis joins other allied defense ministers in Brussels to assess and discuss the situation in North Korea and Afghanistan. During the two day meeting, Mattis will decide whether to approve the North Atlantic Command. The new regional base and its forces would focus on keeping Atlantic shipping lanes safe from enemy submarines.
By Jibran Ahmed
ISIS militants are claiming responsibility for a deadly attack on a news station in Kabul, Afghanistan. Witnesses say gunmen disguised as police opened fire in the building Tuesday, killing at least two people and wounding 20 others.
KABUL (Reuters) – The Afghan government will not block the instant messaging services WhatsApp and Telegram, a spokesman said on Monday, following days of controversy after reports the services would
KABUL (Reuters) – Afghan and U.S. military authorities are investigating reports that as many as 13 civilians were killed in an operation in the northern region of Kunduz, officials said on Monday,