A parliamentary vote to elect members to the upper house of the Pakistani Parliament is being criticized because some lawmakers appear ready to cast their ballots to the highest bidder.
In a sign of a budding power struggle, a regional strongman in western Afghanistan has engaged in public bickering with the Afghan government still struggling to balance competing interests.
For more than a decade, Afghanistan's notorious warlords have exchanged their battle fatigues for business attire and social-mindedness. But have they really changed?
Afghan women activists have held a demonstration to press for representation in the country's new cabinet.
Politicians from two impoverished Pakistani provinces have opposed alleged changes to a major road and rail network linking China to the Arabian Sea through Pakistan.
After his conviction became public, a man nominated to become Afghanistan's agriculture minister has been dropped from the cabinet nominees presented to a mandatory confirmation vote.
Afghanistan's recently nominated cabinet is unraveling after a nominee appeared on Interpol's wanted list, another withdrew, and more ministers come under parliamentary scrutiny.
The proposed Afghan cabinet features many new faces, but stays true to the old guard. How is Kabul's unity government shaping up?
After months of wrangling over names for key posts, Afghanistan's national unity government has finally announced nominees for the cabinet.
Afghans are pessimistic because of inability of President Ashraf Ghani's coalition government's to form a cabinet after completing 100 days in office.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani marked his first 100 days in power on January 6, still struggling to form a cabinet with the chief executive of his unity government, Abdullah Abdullah.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is expected to face challenges in negotiations with the Taliban whose insurgency clouds Afghanistan's future.