Officials in Afghanistan say women and children were among 10 civilians killed in separate air strikes by security forces late on July 19.
Police in Slovakia are searching for four members of Afghanistan's first all-female orchestra who disappeared from their hotel after participating in a local festival.
Twelve people were killed and almost 90 wounded when Taliban militants detonated two car bombs at a gate outside police headquarters in the Afghan city of Kandahar on July 18.
A Swedish aid group says it has closed dozens of health centers it was operating in Afghanistan following threats by the Taliban.
A provincial council member said all the victims were members of the same family and were on their way to a shrine.
Afghan police say a radio journalist has been killed in the eastern province of Paktia.
Taliban militants have attacked a hotel in northwestern Afghanistan, killing at least three police officers.
The NATO-led Resolute Support mission said a U.S. service member was killed in Afghanistan on July 13.
The Afghan Cricket Board (ACB) has appointed 20-year-old leg spinner Rashid Khan as captain across all the major formats.
The U.S. peace envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, says the United States is not "cutting and running" from the war-torn country as it negotiates a peace agreement with the Taliban.
A premature withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan would be "a strategic mistake," U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee to be the top military officer said on July 11.
Afghan officials say at least 12 people have been killed and scores wounded in a suicide car-bombing in the city of Ghazni.