Before dawn on Friday, a man wearing an Afghan uniform shot and killed three U.S. soldiers during a meeting to discuss local security issues in the southern province of Helmand.
A man in civilian clothing opened fire on a base shared with Afghan forces, killing three NATO troops, a spokesman for the International Security Assistance Force said Saturday.
An Afghan policeman opened fire at a training center in western Afghanistan on Sunday, killing three Americans, a police official told CNN.
An Afghan military court sentenced a local soldier to death for killing four French service members in January, authorities said Tuesday.
Pakistan's prime minister assured the U.S. ambassador that any delays in trucks delivering supplies to NATO troops in Afghanistan are not caused by his government, his spokesman said Thursday.
Trucks carrying supplies to NATO troops crossed from Pakistan into Afghanistan for the first time in seven months on Thursday after Islamabad agreed to reopen routes, officials said.
Pakistani army chief Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kiyani complained to U.S. Gen. John Allen about Taliban incursions from Afghanistan into Pakistan when he met the commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan, a Pakistani army official said Wednesday.
Attackers in Afghan police uniforms gunned down a member of NATO's peacekeeping force in southern Afghanistan on Monday, the allied command in Kabul reported.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has reiterated his stance that NATO forces in Afghanistan should never make airstrikes on civilian homes, a practice that has angered many Afghans.
NATO forces in Afghanistan will no longer use airstrikes against insurgent targets in civilian homes if "other means" to deal with the targets are available, a spokesman said Monday.
The coalition commander in Afghanistan went to the site of a recent airstrike and apologized for civilian deaths, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said Friday.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned a NATO airstrike this week that a provincial official says killed women and children, in a statement that came just as U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta arrived Thursday in Kabul for talks.
Dozens of people were killed Wednesday in a series of attacks in Afghanistan as suicide bombers targeted a busy market, an overnight NATO airstrike left 18 dead and militants shot down a U.S. helicopter.
Fouad Ajami and Fran Townsend discuss the violence against civilians in Syria and options for U.S. involvement
A senior al Qaeda leader and another member of the terrorist network were killed in a security operation by Afghan and coalition forces, NATO said Tuesday.
A suspected NATO airstrike killed eight civilians -- including six children -- in eastern Afghanistan, a provincial spokesman said.
At the NATO summit in Chicago, President Obama and leaders of America's NATO allies agreed on an "irreversible" plan to withdraw from Afghanistan. But challenges remain.
In Syria, peacekeepers are forced to do what only soldiers can: Hurry up and wait.
The U.S. ambassador to NATO says the alliance has no plans for military intervention in the Syrian crisis, as reports of deaths mount by the dozens and diplomatic efforts have yet to stymie the bloodshed.
NATO's chief says the alliance now has interim ballistic missile defense capability in Europe, a move that is likely to further heighten tensions with Russia over its objection to a missile defense shield.
Two suspects who appeared in court in Cook County, Illinois, on Sunday are not believed to be part of an alleged terror plot in Chicago during the NATO summit, prosecutors said Sunday.
This year's NATO summit in Chicago is the biggest one ever, with some 60 countries expected to be in attendance and a host of issues crammed into two short days of meetings.
The road map out of the war in Afghanistan is expected to be drawn up by U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders when they gather Sunday at the NATO summit in Chicago.
Fareed Zakaria says NATO is no longer relevant in today's post-Cold War world but that they still have role to play.
Police say 3 terror suspects at NATO summit were plotting to hit Obama's campaign headquarters, Mayor Emanuel's home.
NATO forces are here until 2014, but each day the demands on them lessen as Afghan forces take on more responsibility.
It's the diplomatic equivalent of hosting both the World Cup and the World Series in the same country on the same weekend.
Three NATO service members were killed Saturday during attacks in Afghanistan, while a fourth died of noncombat-related injuries, according to the International Security Assistance Force.
A NATO servicemember was shot to death by a gunman in an Afghan army uniform Sunday in southern Afghanistan, the allied command in Kabul reported.
The day begins with a count of the necessities for a joint operation with Afghan troops -- among them 85 halal MREs (Meals Ready To Eat). Around the tactical headquarters, soldiers of the 172nd Infantry get a taste of home before setting off into the wilder fringes of lawless Ghazni province.
The United States and Afghanistan signed a landmark deal Sunday that affords Afghan authorities an effective veto over controversial special operations raids.
At least 21 Afghan policemen have been killed in attacks across the country since last week, as the nation struggles to ready its local forces in expectation of a NATO withdrawal.
A catalog of failures by NATO and European coastguard and naval forces led to the deaths of 63 people fleeing the conflict in Libya by sea last March, a damning Council of Europe report said Thursday.
Several Afghan soldiers have been arrested after authorities found a number of suicide vests inside the country's Defense Ministry, a senior Afghan defense official said Tuesday.
P.J. Crowley, fmr. assistant U.S. Sec. of State, and Zahir Tanin, Afghan Amb. to U.S. discuss NATO soldiers killed.
Pakistan's foreign minister says an apology by the U.S. government for the NATO airstrike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers would not satisfy the Pakistani government, and the attack demanded a reassessment of Islamabad's partnership with the United States.
A leading human rights organization accused NATO on Monday of failing to investigate civilian deaths caused by its airstrikes in Libya that aided in the downfall of Moammar Gadhafi.
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.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned a suicide bombing Monday at a military airfield, the latest incident in a spike in violence after the burning of Qurans by NATO troops last week.
A local official reported a NATO helicopter crashed Saturday in eastern Afghanistan, though there was no immediate confirmation from coalition forces.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry was asked if Turkey should remain within the NATO alliance, during Monday night's Republican presidential debate.
A NATO drone made an emergency landing Tuesday in southeastern Afghanistan, officials said.
The NATO attack that killed two dozen Pakistani troops on the border with Afghanistan last month appeared to be deliberate, two Pakistani lawmakers said Friday, ratcheting up the war of words with Washington over the controversial airstrikes.
Militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons attacked and destroyed at least 22 oil tankers parked in Pakistan, carrying fuel for NATO troops in Afghanistan, a senior Pakistani police official told CNN.
Afghanistan's president announced Sunday a second group of areas where security operations would be handed over from NATO to Afghan troops, setting a potentially rapid timetable to put half of the country's population under Afghan control -- including some areas that until recently were undisputed insurgent hotbeds.
The Pakistani foreign minister Sunday described a NATO attack that killed dozens of soldiers as "totally unacceptable," saying it plunges the nation's relationship with the United States into deeper crisis.
NATO helicopters opened fire on a Pakistani checkpoint early Saturday, killing 26 soldiers, a provincial governor said.
After a decade of lethal combat, NATO and the Taliban are now fighting over something else: the last word.
NATO forces may soon transfer two of the most volatile areas in the country over to Afghan security forces as part of the second phase of a nationwide security handover as part of the drawdown of American forces, NATO and Afghan officials said.
Some Afghan officials worry conditions might worsen soon after U.S. troops leave, as CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Two coalition troops died after a roadside bomb exploded in eastern Afghanistan Tuesday, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said
Despite the death of former leader Moammar Gadhafi and the new government's declaration of liberation, NATO may not end its mission in Libya as quickly as expected, U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Tuesday in Japan.
NATO and U.S. forces are seeing a marked increase in infiltration into Afghanistan from Pakistan by the militant Haqqani network, a senior NATO official said Tuesday.
The crew of an Italian ship seized by pirates on Monday was freed Tuesday thanks to an operation by U.S. and British troops working with the Italian military, the Italian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
Anti-Gadhafi forces prevent the Red Cross from delivering medical supplies to Sirte, Libya. CNN's Phil Black reports.
The United States believes NATO has accomplished its mission in Libya, but the formal decision to end air attacks and other operations is still in the future, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Thursday.
Armed militants torched another tanker caravan carrying fuel for U.S. and NATO troops in Pakistan's volatile Balochistan province on Wednesday, a police official told CNN.
A truck carrying fuel for NATO forces was set ablaze Tuesday by suspected militants in Pakistan's southwestern province of Balochistan, police said.
Militants on motorcycles attacked a convoy of tankers carrying fuel for NATO in northwest Pakistan Tuesday, igniting four of the trucks and injuring at least one of the drivers, police said.
A suicide bombing at a NATO base in Afghanistan kills two and injures many more. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.
NATO has suspended the transfer of inmates to Afghan authorities in the wake of allegations of abuse at several Afghanistan prisons.
Afghan and coalition forces killed an insurgent leader with links to al Qaeda in eastern Afghanistan, NATO officials said Saturday.
NATO has begun high-level internal discussions on how to protect Libya's mustard gas supplies if the stockpile suddenly was deemed to no longer be secure, an Obama administration official tells CNN.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports on concerns that Gadhafi's arsenal of chemical weapons could end up in the wrong hands.
An attack destroyed 19 trucks transporting NATO supplies to Afghanistan Monday in the Mastung District of Pakistan, an official said.
A brother of Moussa Ibrahim, the spokesman for the government in Tripoli, was killed Thursday night by NATO aircraft, a government official here said.
Six months and more than 17,000 air sorties after it began, NATO's Operation Unified Protector in the skies over Libya grinds on.
Roadside bombs killed two service members in separate attacks Friday in southern Afghanistan, NATO said, marking the eighth death in the region in the past three days.
NATO says coalition forces killed insurgents responsible for a downing a military helicopter. David Ariosto reports.
Coalition forces embroiled in a firefight with insurgents in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday had called for assistance but instead had to race to the crash scene of a downed NATO helicopter carrying their reinforcements, officials said Monday.
Four people were shot dead Friday in an anti-NATO demonstration in southern Afghanistan during an exchange of gunfire that took place amid a protest over civilian casualties, police said.
Ivan Watson reports from the funeral of a mother and two little boys apparently killed Thursday morning by an airstrike.
A Libyan government spokesman said Thursday that forces loyal to embattled leader Moammar Gadhafi did not fire a missile at NATO warships, as he had told reporters a day earlier.
A senior Afghan intelligence official was killed Thursday when a bomb exploded in the country's northern Kunduz province, according to a provincial council chief.
Libyan government forces fired a missile at an Italian warship in the Mediterranean Sea on Wednesday in a rare attack on the NATO fleet offshore, a government spokesman said.
A NATO airstrike targeted a police station in a remote district of Afghanistan's Nuristan province early Monday morning, killing at least four police officers and wounding eight others, officials said.
NATO strikes killed three employees of Libya's state broadcaster in Tripoli Saturday and wounded 15 others, Libyan officials said.
A demonstration along the Kosovo-Serbian border turned violent Wednesday when ethnic Serbs set fire to a customs building, and attacked NATO and EU police, authorities said.
At least 80 militants were killed in a series of operations involving Afghan and NATO forces during a day-long firefight last week in the country's restive southeast, Paktika provincial governor Mukhlas Afghan said Sunday.
A coalition operation against militants in southeastern Afghanistan has left at least 50 insurgents dead as Afghan and NATO forces swept through a "known Haqqani network" area.
The restive Afghan city of Lashkar Gah, meaning "army barracks" in Farsi, is on Wednesday to become the third area handed over to national security forces by departing NATO troops.
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.
A key adviser of Afghan President Hamid Karzai and a parliament member were killed Sunday in a home west of Kabul, officials said.
CNN's David Ariosto reports on the second offical to be assassinated by militants in Afghanistan in the last seven days.
The first stage of the NATO handover to Afghan security forces began Sunday, marked with a ceremony at a police station in Afghanistan's Bamiyan province -- a small relatively stable area situated in the country's mountainous central region.
NATO sloughed off an assertion of the Libyan government on Friday that the alliance and anti-government rebels were carrying out a coordinated air, sea and land attack on the strategic town of al-Brega.
A NATO-led raid in eastern Afghanistan left six civilians dead overnight, and President Hamid Karzai on Thursday ordered authorities to launch an investigation, Afghan officials told CNN on Thursday.
Libyan rebels have looted and burned homes and abused civilians, a human rights group said Wednesday.
Afghan officials say a NATO airstrike in Logar province Monday killed at least nine and up to 16 people.
Eight children and three women died in eastern Afghanistan when NATO-led forces bombarded houses, a provincial official told CNN Thursday.
A U.S. Predator drone flew over a Kabul, Afghanistan, hotel during Tuesday night's insurgent attack, providing critical video of the attackers as the situation unfolded, two coalition military officials said Wednesday.
Two oil tanker trucks carrying fuel for NATO-led troops in Afghanistan were blown up and set on fire in northwestern Pakistan, police said on Tuesday.
NATO airstrikes hit a bakery and a restaurant in the Libyan city of al-Brega Saturday, killing 15 civilians, a Libyan government official told CNN, though the alliance countered that claim.
NATO tries to figure out why an unmanned helicopter drone crashed in Libya Tuesday.
The Libyan government took a CNN crew to the site of a NATO air strike west of Tripoli. CNN's David McKenzie reports.
A NATO drone helicopter went down in Libya on Tuesday, NATO spokesman Commander Mike Bracken said, declining to say whether it was shot down or experienced mechanical problems.
NATO acknowledged Sunday that an errant airstrike in Tripoli may have caused "a number of civilian casualties."