A bomb explosion left four people dead and 11 others injured Saturday in southwestern Afghanistan, authorities said.
An Afghan policeman opened fire at a training center in western Afghanistan on Sunday, killing three Americans, a police official told CNN.
The Taliban claimed responsibility Tuesday for two suicide attacks on government facilities in Afghanistan that killed at least 18 people and wounded 27 others.
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.
Three Italian soldiers died in western Afghanistan on Monday after their vehicle fell into a ditch, police said.
A terrorist attack in Afghanistan Thursday killed five people, including a government official and his two sons, officials said.
Five attackers stormed an Italian contractor's compound near the airport in the northwestern Afghan city of Herat Thursday, killing two security guards.
Sixteen people, including 11 children, were killed Tuesday when their minibus was caught in a bomb explosion in Afghanistan's Herat province, according to a spokesman for the Herat police, Noorkhan Nikzad.
A truck bomb ripped through the main security gate of a U.S. military base in eastern Afghanistan on Thursday, killing at least two local guards and injuring nine others, the International Security Assistance Force said.
The United States on Thursday said it welcomes a U.N. decision to remove sanctions against 14 former Taliban leaders in what is perhaps the latest signal of its willingness to reconcile with militants who break ties with al Qaeda.
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.
An Afghan soldier shot and killed a NATO soldier Monday in southern Afghanistan, high-ranking officials from the country's National Directorate for Security said.
Suicide bombers targeted security forces and foreign civil affairs workers in separate blasts Monday in the western Afghanistan city of Herat, killing at least five people and wounding 33, a police official told CNN.
Nine police officers were wounded in two bomb attacks in western Afghanistan, police said Wednesday.
A recent lull in Taliban resistance will not last, says a top commander who adds that come spring, the insurgents will be back on the offensive in Afghanistan, perhaps with assassination teams.
Three civilians and several insurgents were killed in Afghanistan on Saturday, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said.
One civilian was killed and five others injured from an improvised explosive device on Monday, the Afghanistan Ministry of Interior said.
In Afghanistan's Herat region, U.S. aid projects are succeeding, but Afghan government is getting the credit.
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.
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A district police chief and three police officers were killed Wednesday in Afghanistan's Herat province, according to a spokesman for Herat police headquarters.
The U.N. in Afghanistan said security forces on Saturday thwarted an attack on its Herat compound in western Afghanistan.
Eight guards of a private security company were killed and three wounded in a clash between insurgents and the private security company Sunday night, officials said.
The bodies of five kidnapped parliamentary campaign workers were found Sunday in a remote district of Herat province in western Afghanistan, said Naqibullah Arwin, spokesman for the provincial governor.
The two Italian soldiers who died this week in Afghanistan were defusing an explosive device near the western city of Herat when they were killed, the Italian Defense Ministry said.
A firm affiliated with the former Blackwater security company has been awarded a contract to provide protection to U.S. consulates and diplomats in the Afghan cities of Herat and Mazar-e Sharif, a U.S. State Department official confirmed on Saturday.
An explosion in southern Afghanistan killed nine civilians and wounded eight others Friday, officials said.
At the Eslam Ghalah crossing on the Afghan-Iranian border, millions of dollars have been spent by the international community to try to ensure that all goods and human traffic entering and leaving Afghanistan can be controlled and accounted for.
A Spanish soldier was killed and five others were wounded on Wednesday when their patrol vehicle struck a hidden bomb in western Afghanistan, Spain's Defense Ministry said in a statement.
Afghan National Police have seized a stockpile of Iranian-made weapons in the western Afghan city of Herat, a senior U.S. military official confirmed to CNN Thursday.
A bomb attack against police in western Afghanistan killed 12 and wounded 32 on Monday, authorities said.
A bomb attack against police in western Afghanistan on Monday morning killed at least 12 people and wounded 20, security officials said.
Thirteen people, described by the U.S. military as "noncombatants," were killed in western Afghanistan earlier this week during a coalition operation, the military said Saturday.
CNN's Atiwa Abawi reports on the difficulties faced by U.S. troops deployed to one hotspot outside Kabul, Afghanistan.
A suicide bomber rammed an explosives-laden van into a Spanish military convoy in Afghanistan on Sunday, killing two Spanish soldiers and wounding several others, Spanish Defense Minister Carme Chacon said.
A U.S. military probe has found that an airstrike in western Afghanistan killed at least 33 civilians last month -- in sharp contrast to the five to seven civilian deaths initially reported.
Coalition troops in Afghanistan have delivered a hydro-electric turbine to a vital dam in north Helmand.
The U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan has completed its investigation of an August airstrike and found no evidence to support Afghan claims that as many as 90 civilians were killed, the coalition said Tuesday.
Afghanistan's government on Monday demanded a review of international troops within its borders after an airstrike which Afghanistan believes killed about 90 civilians -- most of them children.
Taliban militants attacked a patrol of U.S.-led coalition troops in northern Afghanistan, while insurgents came under fire by NATO aircraft after attacking an Afghan army outpost in the south. At least 10 militants were killed in the fighting
Fourteen Afghan civilians were killed Saturday in Taliban roadside attacks and 17 Taliban militants were killed in clashes with Afghan and NATO-led troops in southern Helmand province, officials said.
An incident in western Afghanistan has either killed 76 civilians, mostly children, or 30 militants, according to conflicting reports.
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Taliban militants attacked a checkpoint in southern Afghanistan late Monday, killing at least six police officers, authorities said.
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Thousands of Afghans packed a sports stadium in the western Afghanistan city Herat Saturday to protest the reprinting of the same Danish cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed that sparked rage in the Muslim world two years ago.
More than 900 people have died as a result of the bitter cold and blizzards engulfing central and western Afghanistan this winter -- considered the worst in three decades, Afghan authorities said on Friday.
Aid workers have launched emergency responses to help people in rugged and poverty-stricken central and western Afghanistan, enduring what the United Nations is describing as "the harshest winter in nearly 30 years."
Afghans are angry that two western officials were purportedly meeting with Taliban leaders. ITN's Chris Rogers reports.
Friendly fire kills 3 Britons
Three British soldiers were killed in a suspected "friendly fire" incident involving a bomb dropped from a U.S. fighter plane during a clash with Taliban militants in Afghanistan, military officials said Friday.
With the country unraveling Kabul's newly renovated airport may simply serve as a gateway for the Western exodus
In the Sangin Valley in southern Afghanistan, hundreds of British troops swept into lush poppy fields Monday, drawing hostile fire at the start of a NATO operation to expel the Taliban from a valley stronghold.
Twenty-four Taliban fighters were killed during a seven-hour battle with Afghan and coalition forces at nightfall Wednesday in southern Afghanistan, the U.S.-led coalition command said Thursday.
While the eyes of the world are focused on the international military coalition's continuing struggle with the Taliban, Afghan children are dying because of a little reported drought which has hit huge areas of the country.
Two UNICEF workers were killed and another seriously wounded in a rocket attack Friday in northwestern Afghanistan, an employee of the United Nations Children's Fund said.
An explosion killed two Afghans Saturday morning near the compound housing NATO's Provincial Reconstruction Team at Herat in western Afghanistan, a NATO spokesman said.
The death toll following Thursday's suicide attack in the city of Hangu in northwest Pakistan has reached 30, police sources have told CNN.
An roadside bomb has hit a military armored vehicle north of Kandahar in southern Afghanistan, killing two U.S. soldiers and wounding two others, according to the coalition command in Kabul.
After visiting the site in western Afghanistan where 17 Spanish soldiers died in a helicopter crash, Spanish Defense Minister Jose Bono on Wednesday said that an accident was the most likely cause of the Tuesday incident, although investigators have not ruled out an attack.
Spain's defense minister says he has not ruled out hostile fire as the cause of a helicopter crash in Afghanistan that killed 17 Spanish soldiers.
The U.S.'s National Transportation Safety Board says it has sent a team to Afghanistan to aid the investigation of last week's plane crash southwest of Kabul.
A search and rescue team has arrived at the wreckage of an Afghan passenger jet that crashed last week in mountainous terrain southwest of Kabul, spending a few hours on the mountain, acording to a NATO spokeswoman.
Rescue teams have located the wreckage of an Afghan passenger jet that crashed two days ago with 104 people aboard, but severe weather and mountainous terrain have prevented rescuers from reaching the site.
Bad weather forced rescuers to call off their search for a missing Afghan passenger jet with 104 people aboard that went missing near Kabul during a snow storm a day earlier.
Separate attacks on opposite ends of the country killed two U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan on Monday, the U.S. military reported.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai continues to hold a strong lead in the nation's landmark elections amid accusations of voter fraud from a key rival.
Early tabulations from the first-ever democratic presidential election in Afghanistan show U.S.-backed interim President Hamid Karzai ahead of his rivals Friday, election officials said.
The Afghan city of Herat has been placed under a nighttime curfew after clashes on Sunday killed eight people.
Saffron, the world's priciest herb, has been recruited to make inroads into Afghanistan's burgeoning illegal opium trade, easing the burden on anti-drugs police in Europe.
Troops from Afghanistan's U.S.-trained national army have been sent to the northwestern city of Herat after an assassination attempt against a prominent regional warlord sparked fighting that left the country's civil aviation minister dead.
Afghanistan's civil aviation minister was killed Sunday after an assassination attempt against his father -- warlord Ismail Khan -- sparked fighting between Khan's supporters and government troops in the northwestern city of Herat, a government spokesman said.
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