The United States, Britain, and other allies promised not to abandon Afghanistan's new government, responding to pleas by Kabul for continued support as the international security mission winds down.
A international conference on Afghanistan is under way in London with a focus on security, corruption and political reform.
U.S. envoy says future international aid to Afghanistan is tied to the country's performance in implementing reforms.
An Afghan corruption watchdog says the brothers of former President Hamid Karzai are among 19 people and companies that still owe a total of $663 million from a 2010 loan fraud.
Ten years after Afghanistan first considered adopting a money laundering law, shadowy figures within Kabul's political elite are still maneuvering behind the scenes to block it.