KABUL, AFGHANISTAN: Two US service members were killed on Thursday while assisting Afghan security forces in operations against the Taliban around the northern city of Kunduz, a US military statement said. "The service members came under…
KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN: Afghan forces have recaptured a district that had fallen briefly to the Taliban, officials and residents said Sunday, after thousands of people fled their homes in Afghanistan's north-eastern Kunduz province.
KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN: Taliban militants on Saturday captured a district in north-eastern Kunduz province, near the provincial capital where militants scored their biggest victory in 14 years last September.
WASHINGTON: A deadly US air strike in Afghanistan last year that destroyed a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders did not amount to a war crime.
KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN: Afghan security forces drove back Taliban insurgents attacking areas around the northern city of Kunduz, officials said on Saturday, after heavy fighting overnight in which dozens were killed and wounded.
The new commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan apologised on Tuesday for the American bombing of a hospital last year that killed 42 people and wounded 37 more.
KABUL: A US air strike on a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan that killed at least 30 people was caused primarily by human error, the commander of US forces said Wednesday, promising disciplinary action.
KABUL: Afghan investigators blamed leadership failings on Saturday for the Taliban's capture of the city of Kunduz in September, a finding that may deepen concerns about the government's grip on security.