Afghanistan: Civilian casualties down for first time in 6 years
Afghanistan's civilian deaths dropped 12 percent in 2012, according to a UN report.
Afghanistan's post-NATO era takes shape
Even before the last troops pull out, parts of Afghanistan have already descended into ethnic violence and civil conflict.
NATO agrees to Karzai air strike ban in Afghanistan
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has been a vocal opponent of NATO air strikes, saying that the civilian deaths were counterproductive in fighting the Taliban.
Hamid Karzai moves to ban Afghan army requests for foreign air strikes
Hamid Karzai said he will issue a decree Sunday banning NATO strikes on residential areas.
NATO accused of killing up to 10 civilians in Afghanistan's Kunar province
Officials in Afghanistan say a NATO airstrike killed as many as 10 civilians, including several women and children.
Drum roll, please … State of the Union, 2013!
From North Korean nukes to Afghanistan pullout, global problems weigh heavily as Obama seeks to capitalize on the single best moment for his legislative agenda.
Obama to announce 34k troop pullout from Afghanistan: officials (VIDEO)
Obama set to announce a major US draw-down in Afghanistan.
Obama presents Clinton Romesha with Medal of Honor (VIDEO)
President Obama presented Clinton Romesha with the Medal of Honor.
Uzbekistan offers West safe Afghan exit in exchange for weapons
Uzbekistan eyes arms used in Afghanistan.
Afghan boy is imprisoned for having sex with adult men
Thirteen-year-old boy allegedly had sex with two men in the Western province of Herat, and has been imprisoned for a year.
US Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford takes over NATO forces in Afghanistan
Gen. Joseph Dunford is taking over command from Gen. John Allen to oversee the last two years of the war.
Hagel hearings reinforce congressional support for whatever Israel does
Commentary: GOP senators opt to grandstand rather than ask serious questions on defense policy.
Welcome to Kabul: Here are some brass knuckles
With the West focused on Afghanistan’s countryside and military withdrawal, parts of the capital are slipping into lawlessness.
Afghanistan, Pakistan peace talks: deal within 6 months, say leaders
Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari said they would work to reach a peace settlement within the next six months.
UK PM Cameron to host peace talks between Afghanistan and Pakistan
Leaders of Afghanistan and Pakistan will hold talks with British PM David Cameron about the Afghan Peace Process.
Afghan cricket team aims for 2015 World Cup
The Afghanistan national cricket team wants to win big.
Foreign policy reality: changed circumstances require new answers
Commentary: Kerry has an opportunity to look anew at the world and US response to crises.
Foreign policy for profit
Obama's political guru David Axelrod joins a long line of American politicos who are working outside their usual stomping grounds.
21,000 pizzas will be delivered to soldiers in Afghanistan, Kuwait on Superbowl Sunday
Classic Superbowl food deployed to Afghanistan and Kuwait.
Afghans left out in cold as temperatures plummet
Brutal winter exposes thousands to freezing temperatures.
Afghanistan: It's worse in the winter
As temperatures in Kabul drop to well below freezing during the night, the country seems no closer to lasting peace or long-term economic stability.
Afghanistan: Roadside bomb in Kandahar kills 10
The Kandahar bomb is the third attacking security personnel in Afghanistan over the last 24 hours.
Afghanistan: Suicide bomb kills police officers
A suicide bomb at a market killed at least 12 people, including an anti-terrorism police officer.
Kam Air, Afghanistan's leading airline, blacklisted for smuggling opium, WSJ says
Afghanistan's leading airline, Kam Air, has been blacklisted by the US military for allegedly smuggling opium into Tajikistan.
Sound reasons to fight Al Qaeda in Mali
Commentary: International action could forestall a protracted war.
Afghanistan's first female local leader since the Taliban, Sakhra Sheikib, assumes her post: Report
Sakhra Sheikib reportedly taking the helm in Afghanistan's northern Jowzjan province.
Prince Harry's back in the UK. Cue media field day.
The London dailies and tabloids go to town over Harry's Afghanistan service. But some are concerned his comments could stoke Islamic extremists.
Afghanistan set to enter the drone age
Kabul hopes for spy drones to increase its sovereignty, but the reality may not match the hype.
Prince Harry claims to have killed Afghan insurgents during tour
Britain's Prince Harry says he killed Afghan insurgents during sorties against the Taliban while on his second tour of duty in Afghanistan where he was a gunner in Apache attack helicopters.
Kabul: Taliban suicide bombers storm police headquarters in Afghanistan capital
In Kabul, three Taliban suicide bombers stormed the headquarters of the Afghan capital's traffic police before dawn on Monday, sparking a six-hour gun battle that according to left a dozen or more people wounded.
UN report: Afghan prisons continue to use torture
The UN report found that little progress has been made in stopping torture in Afghanistan, despite a year-long effort.