This Young Woman Was Imprisoned For 27 Days For Protesting The Taliban’s Policies Against Women’s Rights
“I believe that any struggle has a price and this could be detention, torture, and even murder,” 22-year-old Parwana Ibrahimkhel said. “But I was determined to struggle.”
“The world is preoccupied with the Ukraine crisis," one activist said. "We have been relegated to the back-burner.”
"There were more than 50 media workers and journalists killed in Afghanistan, most of them Afghans. So we're really paying homage to them, to what was going on and what was given up."
The US Remembered The 20th Anniversary Of 9/11 Weeks After The Chaotic End To The War In Afghanistan
The annual rituals remembering the attack on the US in 2001 are underway across the country.
But drone strikes against terrorist targets are likely to continue, Biden said in a speech the day after the withdrawal ended.
When Farhad Wajdi left Afghanistan for the US, he assumed he could help his parents get out too. But then everything changed.
The evacuation itself was increasingly dicey, first with concerns over Taliban forces allowing people to freely access Hamid Karzai International Airport, where American evacuation flights were departing.
Afghans are mourning and preparing to move on as they near the end of an era.
At a hospital in Kabul, terrified patients fled their beds, a new policy bars interactions between men and women, and nurses and doctors must check in with the Taliban daily.
Afghan nationals who work for the UN take on far greater risks for less pay than their international colleagues, and their work leaves them exposed to Taliban reprisals.
Experts warn that the failed 20-year war will likely be used by domestic extremists to recruit and organize.
It comes almost 20 years since the US launched its war on terror in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks.
"I think this is in many ways the worst possible outcome."
Jose Gonzalez Carranza doesn’t know why ICE moved to deport him after his case had been closed, or why he was suddenly allowed back in.
Thirteen US service members have been killed in combat in Afghanistan this year.
Trump Once Again Showed A Lack Of Concern For Security When He Canceled Pelosi's Military Flight To Afghanistan
“The one thing that kind of enables these trips to go forward is that they are done as a surprise visit.”
He Was Born In Grand Rapids And Fought In Afghanistan, But The Local Sheriff’s Office Still Turned Him Over To ICE
“This is what immigration enforcement has come to in this country.”
The roadside bomb also wounded three other US service members as well as an American contractor.
An Afghan Pilot Wrote A Beautiful Letter To The Wife Of A Utah Mayor Killed While Serving In Afghanistan
"You husband taught me to be a better father, to be a better husband, and to be a better man."
On Oct. 7, 2001 — 17 years ago today — the US carried out strikes on Taliban forces in Afghanistan in retaliation for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. These pictures show the events that unfolded in the first year of a war that continues to this day.
The outgoing US commander in Afghanistan gave what was likely his final press briefing on Wednesday, facing a barrage of questions about how the US military can claim both progress and a stalemate.
"The man will most likely be killed in Afghanistan. I have to do what I can."
The numbers in two recent reports show a slow backslide in Iraq and Afghanistan despite almost two decades of US involvement.
The agency that Congress created to track progress on the war in Afghanistan accused the Pentagon Tuesday of blocking the release of metrics it's published in previous years.
BuzzFeed News is publishing the slide presentation by the founder of Blackwater to privatize the Afghan war and mine Afghanistan's valuable minerals. He pitched the proposal to the Trump administration. Prince told BuzzFeed News, "You're a fucking hack."
Obscured by car bombs and a resurgent Taliban, a surprisingly resilient hipster scene has emerged in Kabul.
A look back at the history of Afghanistan.
Serving in Afghanistan taught me there is no military solution to the country's problem — and there's no end in sight to the 16-year-old war.
The decision to add several thousand more US troops to the fight comes after eight months of deliberation and nearly 16 years of war.
Defense Secretary James Mattis reportedly received authorization in June to send as many as 3,900 troops to Afghanistan.