A bomb targeting Haqqani network militants in their hideout in Pakistan's tribal areas bordering Afghanistan has killed three people.
Afghan authorities are working to identify those responsible for a suicide bombing that killed at least 55 people and wounded scores more who were attending a religious gathering in Kabul.
A suicide bombing at a meeting of Afghan religious clerics in Kabul has killed at least 43 people, officials says.
The death toll among Afghanistan's security forces since 2015 is close to 29,000, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has revealed, providing a figure far higher than anything previously acknowledged by the government.
The recent Taliban attacks on the beleaguered Hazara minority are apparently provoked by the breakdown of a longstanding agreement between the two, according to former Taliban members and Ghazni locals.
In the face of a major Taliban offensive, thousands of central Afghanistan's Hazara have fled -- by foot if they have to. But the road to safety doesn't lead to easy street.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on November 15 ordered an investigation into the death of a high-ranking police officer whose body was found dead in eastern Afghanistan.
As Pakistani officials prefer to remain vague at most over the killing of Tahir Dawar, questions, anger, and speculations surround the murder, which followed his kidnapping from the capital, Islamabad, on October 26.
Encouraged by their success elsewhere in the country, the Taliban is attempting to take control of Hazara areas to prove it is a viable alternative to the government in Kabul.
Dozens of people have been killed in violence across Afghanistan, including in a suicide bombing in Kabul targeting a protest by members of the mainly Shi'ite Hazara minority, officials say.
Afghan officials say fifteen civilians and 10 elite force members have been killed in Ghazni Province, as a days-long battle continued November 11.
The November 9 event, dubbed the Moscow Format Consultations on Afghanistan, met with strong skepticism from former officials and politicians in Afghanistan.