Use of 'mother of all bombs' against Islamic State group in Afghanistan was an appropriate action, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said Monday.
Pakistan's foreign policy chief, Sartaj Aziz, Monday told U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster that strong partnership between Islamabad and Washington is critical to peace in the region.
Three women and one child were shot dead by the Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan's northern Sar-e-Pul province, officials said Monday.
A young woman has been brutally killed by his husband in southern Helmand province, officials said Sunday.
Iran has criticized use of most powerful non-nuclear bomb by the United States in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan is not going to be a safe haven for terrorists, the United States National Security Adviser said during his visit to Kabul on Sunday.
Insurgents loyal to Islamic State group have stolen teachers' salaries in Afghanistan's northern Jowzjan province, officials said Sunday.
Welcoming Thursday's massive U.S. bombing on Islamic State militant group in Afghanistan, First Vice-President Abdul Rashid Dostum said that the bomb is a big fear in the hearts and minds of terrorist groups.
Mohammad Qasim Hashimzai, the head of Afghanistan's Independent Commission for Overseeing the Implementation of Constitution, has been ousted over violation of the Constitution.
Kabul will host the next round of regional consultations on peace, Afghanistan's foreign ministry said Saturday.