A new aftershock Friday took five more lives and deepened the misery.
Villagers rushed to bury the dead Thursday and dug by hand through the rubble of their homes in search of survivors of a powerful earthquake in eastern Afghanistan that state media reported killed 1,000 people.
Over 1,000 people were killed early Wednesday morning after a powerful earthquake struck a mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan.
Afghanistan’s state-run news agency reported a powerful earthquake struck a rural, mountainous region of the country’s east, killing 1,000 people and injuring 1,500 more. Wednesday’s quake was one of the country’s deadliest in decades. Officials warned that the already grim toll may still rise. Information remained scarce on the magnitude 6.1 earthquake near the Pakistani border. But early footage from...
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The support system designed to welcome Afghan evacuees to the U.S. was overwhelmed by their numbers. Roshan Mashal’s family was one of many that slipped through the cracks.
The Air Force has concluded that air crew members acted appropriately and were not at fault for some tragic deaths during the chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan last year, when desperate Afghans clung to a military plane as it was taking off and fell to their deaths or were caught in the wheels.
A 2-year-old Afghan boy has been reunited with his parents in the U.S. after having been stuck in Afghanistan for nine months, his father told NBC News.
A new report says decisions by Presidents Donald Trump and Joe Biden to pull all U.S. troops out of Afghanistan were the key factors in the collapse of that nation’s military, leading to the Taliban takeover last year.
Taliban hard-liners, who came to power last August, have turned back the clock in Afghanistan to their harsh rule from 1996 until December 2001.
Refugees say in interviews with The Associated Press that they are grateful to the U.S. for rescuing them and family members. But they say they often struggle to gain a foothold in a new land.
A new Taliban decree that demands women cover up from head to toe in public, showing at most their eyes, has left many Afghans angry or fearful.
An Afghan police spokesman says explosions targeting educational institutions in Kabul have killed at least six civilians and wounded 17 others
Afghanistan’s ruling Taliban have announced a ban on the poppy harvest, even as farmers in some parts of the country began extracting the opium from the plant that is needed for making heroin
An American man kidnapped in Afghanistan two years ago is seen in a video pleading for his release so that he can be reunited with his family, according to a recording posted Friday by The New Yorker magazine.
The New Yorker magazine has posted a video showing an American man who was kidnapped in Afghanistan two years ago.
Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers have refused to allow dozens of women at Kabul’s international airport to board their flights because they were without a male guardian
The hardline leadership of Afghanistan’s new rulers has decided against opening educational institutions to girls beyond sixth grade, a Taliban official said Wednesday, the first day of Afghanistan’s new school year.
Afghanistan is the unhappiest country in the world — even before the Taliban swept to power last August
Lessons from our former interns suggest anyone — with or without a connection to Afghanistan or Ukraine — can help those who have moved on beyond refugee camps.
Afghan refugees in the U.S. will be allowed to stay for at least 18 months under temporary protected status, a move that’ll help some of the thousands who arrived following the American withdrawal from their country