Four people, including a provincial official, have been killed and dozens more wounded in a twin bombing claimed by the Taliban in southern Afghanistan.
U.S. officials have “exchanged views” with representatives of Russia and China on the current status of the Afghan peace process, the State Department says.
For the first time, Tehran city officials have honored the contribution of Afghan migrants, many of whom work menial jobs and face widespread discrimination in the country.
Multiple explosions have killed at least six people and wounded 23 near a Shi'ite shrine in Kabul, Afghan officials say.
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Human Rights Watch and eight other rights groups have urged the Tajik government to immediately release a gravely ill political activist who claims to have been tortured.
Career U.S. diplomat David Katz discusses the fallout of the recent spat between Washington and Kabul over remarks by Afghan National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib.
The author and academic Barnett Rubin believes that Afghanistan and the United States will weather this current low in relations after disagreements over how to talk with the Taliban insurgents.
Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev has been sworn in as Kazakhstan’s acting president, ending the nearly 30-year rule of Nursultan Nazarbaev, who has resigned but is still expected to maintain powerful influence in the country.
Iran's missile program is destabilizing the Middle East and raising the risk of a "regional arms race," a senior U.S. arms control official has said.
A female Afghan lawmaker is coming under criticism for slapping a police officer in Kabul, but she says he deserved it.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev has abruptly resigned after nearly 30 years in office, but will continue to head the ruling party and keep his lifetime post as chairman of the influential Security Council.