A man wearing an Afghan National Army uniform killed a U.S. coalition service member, the U.S. military said Thursday. It was the latest in a string of such attacks.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher takes aim at Afghanistan's president after he was asked not to go to the war-torn country.
Two children have been killed in an acid attack in Afghanistan's eastern Ghazni province, the provincial police chief said Saturday.
The recent burning of Qurans at a NATO base in Afghanistan involved five American servicemen and a local translator, according to a NATO official familiar with the investigations.
A gunman in an Afghan National Army uniform and another man shot dead two NATO soldiers at a combat outpost in southern Afghanistan Thursday, authorities said.
Authorities say two gunmen killed two service members with a NATO-led security force in Afghanistan.
A large crowd swarmed a military base and numerous demonstrations turned deadly Friday in Afghanistan, the fourth day of fallout after NATO troops burned Qurans at a military base, officials said.
A man in an Afghan National Army uniform killed a NATO service member in southern Afghanistan, once again bringing a disturbing issue to center stage in the long Asian war -- attacks by local security forces against coalition troops.
A shoot-out at a government building in Afghanistan has left seven people dead, including three police officers, Afghan's interior ministry said Tuesday.
A soldier in the Afghan National Army uniform shot dead two French soldiers serving in eastern Afghanistan on Thursday, the French Defense Ministry said.
The highest-ranking Afghan military officer in southern Afghanistan, Gen. Abdul Hameed, has survived an assassination attempt -- but just barely.
Three Afghan policemen were killed Thursday in an attack on a government office in Afghanistan's eastern Paktia province.
Between 60 and 70 insurgents were killed after attacking an Afghan base and meeting with resistance, according to a spokesman for the governor of southeastern Paktika province.
A roadside blast killed nine Afghan National Army soldiers and wounded four in eastern Afghanistan, a provincial official said Sunday.
Militants launched rocket attacks against an eastern Afghan provincial capital Tuesday, just as a NATO handover ceremony to Afghan security forces in the province of Laghman was under way.
Two coalition service members were killed Saturday in separate attacks in southern Afghanistan, the International Security Assistance Force said.
Seven Taliban attacked Kabul's Hotel Inter-Continental in a brazen, carefully orchestrated operation that began Tuesday night and continued into Wednesday, ending with their deaths and those of 11 other people some six hours after it began, police said.
Anderson Cooper speaks with journalist Erin Cunningham about a brazen attack on a hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Violence like this week's shooting deaths of eight U.S. service members and an American contractor by an Afghan military pilot in Kabul stems from "isolated" incidents and is not part of any organized pattern of Afghan troops killing fellow service members in NATO's International Security Assistance Force, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William Caldwell said Friday.
Five troops killed in a suicide bombing this weekend at a military base in eastern Afghanistan were members of the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division, a senior U.S. military official said Sunday.
A suicide bomber wearing an Afghan military uniform killed five foreign soldiers at a military base in eastern Afghanistan, the International Security Assistance Force said Saturday.
A new report questions whether the centerpiece of the Obama administration's exit strategy for Afghanistan -- a training program for Afghan security forces -- can deliver as promised.
Billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars spent to train, equip and support Afghanistan security forces may end up wasted, according to the watchdog of reconstruction spending.
A total of 14 Afghan soldiers and national police officers were killed in separate attacks targeting the Afghan National Army on Sunday, officials said.
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At least 14 family members heading to a engagement party in western Afghanistan were killed when a minibus struck a roadside bomb, a local official said.
A mistaken airstrike in Afghanistan by NATO-led coalition forces killed four members of the Afghan National Army, a local official said Thursday.
A NATO airstrike mistakenly killed two Afghan soldiers and injured seven others on Wednesday, a provincial official told CNN.
Five of the nine U.S. military members killed in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan this week were from the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade based at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, according to a statement from the base Wednesday.
President Obama will award the Medal of Honor to U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert J. Miller for "conspicuous gallantry" and "heroic actions" in Afghanistan in January 2008, the White House announced Thursday.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is fighting fire with new Qurans.
A bomb maker was among several Taliban captured during a joint Afghan and coalition force operation in east-central Afghanistan Sunday, officials said.
Afghan, French and U.S. troops have completed a security sweep in eastern Afghanistan, a five-day push that led to the deaths of about 40 Taliban fighters, military officials said Friday.
Investigators were traveling to western Afghanistan on Thursday to probe a shootout that killed two Spanish soldiers, an interpreter and a police officer.
Internal military documents published by WikiLeaks.org reveal conflict among Afghan security forces, including attacks on one another, as well as heavy drug use among soldiers.
A man claiming to be the Afghan soldier who killed three British troops this week contacted the BBC to say he acted alone, the British broadcaster reported Friday.
Coalition troop deaths in Afghanistan continued to add up in what has been a hot and bloody struggle, with eight American and four British troops slain over the last 48 hours.
Investigators are searching for an Afghan National Army soldier who shot a rocket at British soldiers in Helmand province, killing three and injuring four others early Tuesday morning, an Afghan Defense Ministry spokesman said.
Military authorities have determined that a NATO airstrike that killed 6 Afghan soldiers Wednesday in eastern Afghanistan was the result of a miscommunication between coalition and national forces.
Afghan and international troops killed a "large number of insurgents" during an offensive this week, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said on Wednesday.
A British Marine was killed Wednesday in an explosion in Afghanistan's Helmand province, the Ministry of Defence said in a statement.
A United Kingdom soldier was killed Wednesday in Afghanistan's Helmand Province, Britain's Ministry of Defence said in a statement.
A suicide bomb in Afghanistan's capital killed at least a dozen civilians, five U.S. troops and a Canadian service member on Tuesday, officials said -- a bloody strike claimed by the Taliban and deplored by the coalition.
An Afghan soldier fled after he opened fire on NATO troops, wounding one, military officials said Sunday.
Ten Afghan civilians were killed and seven others were wounded in a suicide attack Sunday in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province, a provincial spokesman said.
The "inadequate" actions of commanding officers, combined with poor intelligence and lack of air and fire support, contributed to more than a dozen coalition deaths during a Taliban ambush in Afghanistan last year, according to a new report.
As talk emerged about a secret meeting of U.N. and Taliban officials, the battlefield lit up in Afghanistan, with a joint Afghan-international force and Afghan soldiers exchanging fire when both sides mistook the other for enemy combatants.
At least 15 people were killed and 13 others wounded Thursday when a suicide bomber attacked a market in central Afghanistan, the provincial police chief said.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah is ready for a runoff with President Hamid Karzai.
Two separate militant assaults Saturday in the southeastern Afghan province of Paktika led to the deaths of two U.S. soldiers and at least 42 insurgents, military officials said.
Two U.S. soldiers are killed in a Taliban attack on an outpost in eastern Afghanistan. CNN's Atia Abawi reports
An Afghan man was killed in an airstrike by coalition soldiers supporting NATO-led forces in eastern Afghanistan, officials said Sunday.
Four British soldiers have been killed in one day in separate attacks in Afghanistan, the British Ministry of Defense announced Friday.
iReporter Billy Dennis asks Afghanistan's president when U.S. troops might withdraw from his country.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports U.S. Marines in Afghanistan have been facing increased insurgent attacks in recent weeks.
America's NATO allies in Afghanistan are committing 5,000 more troops to the fight against the Taliban, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said Saturday.
NATO-led troops killed 12 insurgents in a firefight Friday in Afghanistan, and a civilian caught in the crossfire was apparently killed by militants, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said.
A roadside bomb in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday killed three Afghan army commandos, the U.S. military said.
Four British soldiers died Wednesday in Afghanistan, bringing the number of international troops killed since Friday in the war-torn country to 11.
Four coalition members were killed Tuesday in southern Afghanistan when their vehicle hit an improvised bomb, the U.S. military said.
At least 14 suspected militants were killed in two separate attacks carried out by coalition and Afghan troops in southern Afghanistan, officials said Sunday.
A suicide bomber driving a van packed with explosives detonated in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday, killing at least one civilian and wounding several others, including three Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers, government spokesman Ahmadzia Abdulzai told CNN.
A suicide explosion kills three, including one U.S. soldier in the capital of Kabul. CNN's Atia Abawi reports.
Troops in Afghanistan launched raids against militants over the last two days, killing 32 armed insurgents near the nation's capital and six militants in western Afghanistan, the U.S. military said in statements Wednesday.
Twenty members of the Afghan National Police were killed outside the home of an Afghan government official in Helmand province, a spokesman for the provincial governor said Thursday -- but there are conflicting reports about what happened.
Twenty national police officers are killed in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. CNN's Atia Abawi reports
A suicide car bomb blast near a voter registration site killed 16 people, 14 of them children, and wounded 58 in southeastern Afghanistan on Sunday morning, according to a senior police official and the U.S. military.
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Nine U.S. troops were killed Sunday in an attack on a base in a remote province of eastern Afghanistan, a Western official said.
A remote-controlled bomb targeting a mini-bus carrying Afghan army personnel went off in Kabul Sunday morning, killing a woman and wounding five others, police said.
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Suicide bombers killed seven people, including a leading provincial official, in two attacks in and near mosques in Afghanistan on Thursday.
A suicide car bomber rammed a minibus filled with Afghan National Army soldiers south of Kabul Wednesday, killing 13 people, including six soldiers, said military spokesman Gen. Mohammed Zahir Azimi.
CNN's Nic Robertson meets U.S. Defense Secretary Gates as he gets a tour of Khowst, Afghanistan's new model province.
Three attacks in four days highlight the deteriorating security situation in the Afghan capital as ordinary Afghans find themselves increasingly in the crosshairs
A suicide bomber plowed into three vehicles at Kabul International Airport's military gate, killing one Afghan soldier and wounding four other people on Friday, Afghan's Interior Ministry told CNN.
A roadside bomb detonated Sunday in southern Afghanistan, killing three coalition troops and an Afghan interpreter, a U.S. military spokesman told CNN.
A suicide bomber walked on to a bus carrying officers to a police academy and detonated himself in Kabul, killing at least 35 police officers, police say.
Afghan National Army Corps soldiers and coalition forces killed an estimated two dozen enemy fighters Monday during a four-hour battle in southern Afghanistan, a coalition military statement released Tuesday said.
Two civilians thwarted an attempted terrorist attack Tuesday when a vehicle loaded with explosives attempted to crash through the front gate of a U.S. base in the Afghan capital, according to the U.S. military.
One NATO soldier and about 70 insurgents were killed in southern Afghanistan when fighting broke out Saturday between insurgents and Afghan troops and NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), officials said.
NATO's International Security Assistance Forces said Wednesday it has received "credible reports" of civilian casualties -- including women and children -- from at least one of three fights Tuesday involving government, ISAF and Taliban forces in southern Afghanistan.
The men of Bravo Company were assembled at the gun pit of their forward operating base. Dusk was approaching in Afghanistan. So, too, was the minute of silence to mark the fifth anniversary of 9/11.
Two British soldiers, four Afghan soldiers and 29 Taliban militants were killed in recent fighting across southern Afghanistan, U.S. and Afghan authorities said on Tuesday.
Troops fighting Taliban militants in Afghanistan killed a few dozen insurgents earlier this week in two restive southern provinces, the coalition command in Kabul said on Saturday in press releases.
At least 29 people have been killed in the latest bloodshed in the escalating conflict in southern Afghanistan, according to the U.S.-led coalition.
Three soldiers with the Afghan National Army (ANA) and one soldier with the NATO-led coalition have been killed in a firefight with militants, a spokesperson for the Combined Forces Command said.
Coalition forces and militants battled on Wednesday in southern Afghanistan, a long stretch of fighting that claimed the lives of a U.S. and a Canadian soldier and more than 30 militants, according to coalition authorities.
A U.S. soldier has been killed and another wounded in a battle with about 20 Taliban fighters in southern Afghanistan, the U.S. military says.
A U.S. Humvee struck a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's Uruzgan province Monday, killing four U.S. service members, the U.S. military said.
A pair of U.S. helicopters made emergency landings in Afghanistan Sunday after being hit by enemy fire, a U.S. military statement said, injuring five U.S. soldiers and one Afghan National Army soldier.
A joint Afghan-U.S. operation has killed more than 40 insurgents "over the last few weeks" in Afghanistan's Konar Province, according to a statement issued Monday by the Coalition Press Information Center (CPIC).
Fighting between attackers and Afghan and U.S. forces has resulted in the deaths of an Afghan police officer and as many as 20 insurgents.