In a rapid reversal of warming relations with Pakistan, the Afghan president has asked Islamabad to move swiftly against the Afghan Taliban operating from its soil.
Pakistani authorities are asking a Pashtun tribe to pay for Taliban attacks before being allowed to return to their war-ravaged villages.
The recent appointment of a quiet bureaucrat as Afghanistan's defense minister is expected to stir dissent even if he is confirmed into the job.
A leading global rights watchdog has strongly condemned the ongoing spate of terror executions in Pakistan.
A quarter-century after the Soviet invasion, Rostyslav Khotyn of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service traveled to Afghanistan to see what that war could tell him about the current conflict in his own country.
With the advent of the traditional spring and summer fighting season, Taliban insurgents have opened multiple fronts in Afghanistan's biggest province, Helmand.
Once home to some of Afghanistan's most prized archaeological treasures, the famed valley of Bamiyan is slowly reclaiming its status as the country's cultural capital.
Dozens of insurgents attacked several checkpoints in southern Afghanistan, killing 26 security forces' personnel in a day-long battle.
Power struggles among local paramilitary groups have helped a recent insurgent offensive in Kunduz, a strategic northern Afghan province bordering Central Asia.
Regional expert Marvin Weinbaum talks about the fierce opposition President Ashraf Ghani faces in Afghanistan and the significance of the agreement for the South Asian region.
Pakistan's failure in fulfilling commitments to President Ashraf Ghani will force the Afghan leader to once again turn to Islamabad's regional rival, India.
A controversial security deal with Pakistan has exposed deep divisions in Afghanistan's unity government.