A powerful car bombing close to the office of the provincial police chief in southwestern Pakistan has killed 11 people and wounded 20, officials say.
Thirty-four people have been killed and 58 others wounded in a car bomb outside a bank in the southern province of Helmand, the provincial governor’s office said.
The security situation in Afghanistan remains "intensely volatile," according to a new report by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan.
Government critics in the Afghan capital have pledged to continue their demonstrations, despite a deadly crackdown by security forces.
Afghan officials have shown journalists around the Tora Bora region of eastern Afghanistan, which has been retaken from Islamic State (IS) militants. (RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan)
Afghan officials say they have recaptured an important tunnel complex from the Islamic State (IS) fighters in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar.
Cricket fans in Pakistan celebrated their team’s victory over archrival India in the Champions Trophy final, one of the country’s biggest wins ever in the sport.
Taliban fighters stormed a police headquarters in eastern Afghanistan on June 18 after striking it with two suicide car bombs, killing at least five police officers, officials said.
American aid worker Mary MacMakin has been living on and off in Afghanistan for the past 50 years, and she has no intention of leaving anytime soon.
Two officials from Pakistan's consulate in eastern Afghanistan have gone missing during a road trip, Pakistan said on June 18.
Afghanistan’s main intelligence agency says it has formally asked Pakistan to hand over three suspects in a deadly bomb attack on a provincial governor's residence in January.