U.S. citizen living in Afghanistan kidnapped on way to work: police
An American citizen and employee of the World Bank who is living in Afghanistan was kidnapped on his way to work on Sunday, Kabul police said. The kidnapping took place in the Karte Char area of Kabul, according to Mohammad Almas, the head of the Kabul police's Crime Investigation Department (CID).
FBI: Alleged airport stabber during attack referred to people being killed in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan .
FBI: Alleged airport stabber during attack referred to people being killed in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Pentagon: Afghanistan developing new plan vs. Taliban
The Pentagon says the Afghan government is in the early stages of developing a new "road map" for breaking a battlefield stalemate with the Taliban
Afghan officials: foreign citizen kidnapped in Kabul
An Afghan official says that a foreign has been kidnapped in the capital Kabul
Pakistan says 2 officials have gone missing in Afghanistan
Pakistan says two officials from its consulate in Afghanistan have gone missing while returning to their home country
Ex-owner of Afghanistan marble mine indicted on fraud
The former owner of a mining company in Afghanistan has been indicted on charges of defrauding a U.S. government agency and defaulting on a loan of nearly $16 million
About 4,000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan
A coming deployment of up to 4,000 more U.S. forces to Afghanistan is expected as part of a new Trump administration approach to America's longest war
Pentagon deciding whether to send more troops to Afghanistan
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has not decided yet whether to fulfill a request by some of his military commanders to increase the number of American troops in Afghanistan. "Secretary Mattis has made no decisions on a troop increase for Afghanistan," said Dana White the Pentagon 's chief
APNewsBreak: About 4,000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan
A Trump administration official says the Pentagon will send almost 4,000 additional American forces to Afghanistan, hoping to break a stalemate in a conflict that has now passed to a third U.S. commander-in-chief