The idea of putting a negotiated end to the Afghan conflict is finally gaining some traction, but nobody should expect that negotiations can completely end the Afghan conflict.
Reports of sectarian strife are overblown. What to watch for as Afghans come to terms with today's attack on Shi'a communities.
An Afghan women who was jailed for being raped is out of prison. But she now faces two options: marry her rapist or live the rest of her life as a social outcast.
In what could be a major setback to the upcoming Bonn II conference on Afghanistan, Pakistan has apparently decided to boycott the event after NATO helicopters reportedly killed at least 25 of its soldiers.
The Department of Defense just released its Afghanistan security assessment for the past six months. Here's what you need to know about this report.
The Taliban want to crash an upcoming loya jirga in Kabul. Will Afghan security forces be able to prevent them?
Contrary to what some were expecting, his speech was short on details and did not outline a framework for the new peace effort. Instead, he made a vague promise that a loya jirga (grand assembly) will be convened soon to discuss important national matters.
Amid air strikes by Turkish warplanes and constant shelling by Iranian Revolutionary Guards, hundreds of Kurdish families have become displaced, some have lost their livelihoods, others have seen their homes destroyed. An unknown number has been killed.
As the UK burned, functionaries of the Iranian regime had fun at the UK government's expense. A collection of quotes from Iranian officials about the UK riots.