The family of a young Afghan boy photographed in a shirt improvised from a plastic bag of his Argentine soccer idol, Lionel Messi, has been forced to flee their home.
Since becoming an internet sensation, Shafiqa Ahmedi said her now 7-year-old son Murtaza — a fan of Argentinian soccer star Lionel Messi — has not been able to attend school and now they are living in an unheated room in Kabul
The Taliban, in a statement Friday, lists the so-called achievements of its past regime
Villagers tried to keep the weapons a secret because they did not want to lose the materials for their houses, but periodic explosions forced them to inform the government
Army spokesman says steps are being taken to help US achieve Afghan peace so country is not left as 'failure'
One commission has declared Votes cast in the Kabul area invalid
US military officials acknowledge it would be difficult to reach a settlement in Afghanistan without some form of assistance from Islamabad
Fifteen years after alliance took lead on international security efforts in Afghanistan, its foreign ministers reaffirmed their commitment Wednesday
Report says coal-fired power, one of the central pillars of Islamabad's energy deals with China, is a costlier and dirtier alternative to wind or solar energy, which China is also supplying but to a lesser degree
Judge Arvind Kumar allowed Briton Christian James Michel to meet briefly Wednesday with his attorney, who sought unsuccessfully to have him released on bail while the charges are investigated
Experts say India is most interested in copper, nickel and cobalt, as it ramps up clean power generation