The Paris meeting today was seen as an effort to pressure incumbent President Hamid Karzai amid the review of more than 1,000 complaints of voting fraud.
Security guards at the US Embassy in Afghanistan indulged in hazing and nudity, the Project on Government Oversight says. It calls for Pentagon oversight.
They make up 57 percent of Pentagon's personnel in Afghanistan, report shows.
Drumbeat of opposition grows louder as antiwar movement looks to ramp up in the fall – and as some in Congress start talking of planning for the US exit.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal submitted his recommendations Monday for a revised strategy to turn around the conflict.
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The US has pledged more than $300 million in development over the next year in Helmand Province. Success could sway farmers at the center of both the insurgency and the opium trade.
Former British ambassador to Iran suggests ways to negotiate over nuclear policy.
The top commander in Afghanistan reportedly likens the US military to a bull charging at a matador and getting weaker with each cut.