ICC: Americans may have committed war crimes in AfghanistanICC prosecutors say there are preliminary grounds to believe U.S. forces committed war crimes in Afghanistan in 2003 and 2004.
American soldier receives rare double arm transplantRetired Marine Corps Sgt. John Peck received double arm transplant in August and appeared before cameras, for first time Wednesday.
Cops nab NY bomber as more suspects keep coming to USThis one came from Afghanistan. He is a naturalized American citizen, naturally.
Terrorists strike American University of AfghanistanGunfire and explosions leave at least 1 dead, 14 wounded in university opened following defeat of Taliban after 2001.
ISIS leader in Afghanistan and Pakistan killed in drone strikeHafiz Saeed Khan, leader of ISIS branch in Afghanistan and Pakistan reportedly killed in drone strike.
In geography, Yitzchak Herzog plays to loseThe internet exploded after Opposition Leader Yitzchak Herzog couldn't get his countries right when congratulating Portugal's Euro 2016 win.
Father of Florida terrorist supports Taliban against USSeddique Mateen moved to US from Afghanistan, yet calls to imprison current Afghan leaders and praises US's enemies.
US journalist killed in Afghanistan Taliban ambushDavid Gilkey becomes first US journalist outside the military killed in Afghan conflict, along with Afghan translator and driver.
ISIS radio station in Afghanistan destroyed"Voice of the Caliphate" station by ISIS branch in Afghanistan destroyed by American airstrikes.
Putin has checkmated himself into a lose-lose Syrian debacleThere is no way Putin can come out a winner in the situation he has created for himself.
Taliban releases recording to dispel rumors of leader's death'There is no truth to the rumors that I was injured or killed in [Pakistan],' says man, allegedly Mullah Akhtar Mansour.
US admits to killing 30 in clinic due to 'human error'Results of investigation reveal extent of snafu in US gunship shelling medical clinic in Afghanistan, thinking it was hitting Taliban.
Netanyahu envisions 'three more Israels' in Mideast, N. Africa?Outlining vision for countering Iranian conventional threat, prime minister curiously suggests 'Israels' near Afghanistan, Libya and Yemen.
Taliban Claims Downing a US Army PlaneTaliban says it shot down military transport plane at key town on route of terror influx from Pakistan; NATO has yet to confirm.
Taliban Admits Publicly to Covering Up Leader's DeathMullah Mohammed Omar has been dead since 2013, but the group kept a facade to attract more terrorists in the face of NATO forces.
Iran Sending Afghan Refugees as 'Cannon Fodder' for AssadIran exploiting Afghan Shi'ite refugees by coercing them to prop up Syrian regime for incentives, leading to many of their deaths.
'Wanted' Taliban Leader 'Has Been Dead for Years'Afghan officials reveal Mullah Mohammed Omar, who has $10 million bounty on his head by US, died 2-3 years ago.
Oops: 14 Afghan Soldiers Killed by US AirstrikeIn what appears to be a damaging snafu, US strike hits army checkpoint in Taliban stronghold region of Kabul, killing 14 soldiers.
1,200 Syrian, Afghan Refugees Flood Greece in Two DaysGreek authorities scramble to form policy on mass migration, fearing links to terrorism, repercussions.
Israeli Ally India Signs 'Huge' Deal With Israeli Enemy IranIran will construct a new seaport that will lead to a 'huge' increase in trade between India, a close Israeli ally, and its enemy Iran.
US to Stop Managing Afghan Airspace by End of JuneContract from 2001 to run out as Afghan govt. refuses to pay for extension, making the country a de facto no-fly zone.
Afghanistan's 'Jihad' Museum 'For the Sake of Peace'Herat museum glorifies the 'martyrs' of the Soviet-Afghanistan war; organizers claim 'jihad' focus is to encourage peace.
U.S. to Compensate Families of Killed HostagesThe United States will compensate the families of two Al-Qaeda hostages killed in an operation near the Afghan-Pakistan border.
Reuters' Afghanistan, Pakistan Bureau Chief Found DeadVeteran journalist Maria Golovnina reportedly collapsed at Reuters' Islamabad offices Monday.
Australia Warns ISIS May Expand into AfghanistanAt security summit between Australia and UK, assessments shared on possible ISIS spread into Taliban elements.
Watch: BBC Reporter Too High on Heroin to Continue ReportingBBC's Middle East correspondent finds out why it's never a good idea to report from in front of a burning pile of drugs.
Afghanistan Taliban Condemns Pakistan Taliban Over School AttackAfghanistan Taliban says intentional killing of innocent people is "against the basics of Islam".
Questions and Accusations as Bowe Bergdahl Arrives HomeSoldier returns to US soil amid new evidence that the US Army had horrific conditions and leadership in Afghanistan.
Watch: Taliban Releases Video of Captive US Soldier's Hand-OverFootage shows Bowe Bergdahl escorted by armed Taliban guards, before being whisked away in US helicopter.
Taliban Welcomes 'Victory' After US ExchangeTaliban leader issues rare public statement congratulating Islamists over US terrorist release; Afghan government livid over the swap.
Bergdahl Release Not Being Feted by AllSome Americans - from Army personnel to US Senators - are questioning what really brought home Taliban captive.
US Soldier Freed by TalibanUS Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl handed over to US forces in good health, in deal for five Afghan detainees.
White House Leaks Senior CIA Official's Name By AccidentName of top intelligence official in Afghanistan mistakenly sent to 6,000 journalists in time for Obama's surprise visit to country.
US Bureaucracy Keeping Soldier Captive in Afghanistan?Officials indicate Taliban captors are trying to make a deal to free Sgt. Bergdahl, but that a disorganized US effort has yet to respond.
British Soldier Kills Six Terrorists With One ShotA British sniper in Afghanistan fired a shot at a suicide bomber, causing his vest to blow up and take five other terrorists as well.
First Female Police Chief in AfghanistanA landmark move for women: Afghanistan appoints its first-ever female police chief.
Ancient Jewish Texts Found in Afghanistan to Debut Next WeekTexts found in Afghanistan genizah estimated to be 1000 years old, include writings of Rabbi Saadiah Gaon; unveiling will be next week.
Hagel In Pakistan To Ease Drone Strike TensionsIn 1st visit by a US Sec'y of Defense in 4 years, Hagel arrives in Pakistan amid tensions over US drone strikes, concern over Afghanistan.
Afghan President Wants to Delay US Security Deal Over Low TrustKarzai wants to delay security pact that US is keen to implement, citing low mutual trust, comes after Egypt seals Russian arms deal.
Turkish President: Syria Could Become Like AfghanistanSyria risks becoming "Afghanistan on the shores of the Mediterranean," warns President Abdullah Gul.
Afghanistan, Iraq Bombings Mark the Start of a Bloody EidIslamist terrorists have continued their wave of attacks against mosques as Muslims celebrate the start of the festival of Eid al-Adha.
Review: "An American Bride in Kabul" by P. CheslerPhyllis Chesler took a break from writing opeds for Arutz Sheva to write this book, just published and a must read.
Sharia-Life: A Geo-Political Time Bomb About to ExplodeA7 interviews Phyllis Chesler, whose new book "An American Bride in Kabul" is a fascinating account of her life in the Sharia-controlled Muslim world - one from which she barely escaped with her life, but which has begun to flourish in the USA.
Suicide Bombing Rocks US Consulate in HeratA Taliban suicide bomber has detonated a huge blast outside the US Consulate in Afghan city of Herat.
A Dollar to a Child to Blow Himself UpTaliban terrorists are bribing starving eight year old children to plant roadside bombs, act as decoys and to be suicide bombers.
Marine: No Regret for Urinating on Taliban CorpsesStaff Sgt. Joseph Chamblin says he'd do it again: "These were the same guys who were killing our family, killing our brothers."
Kerry Calls on Taliban to Get Peace Talks 'Back on Track'Secretary of State John Kerry called on the Taliban to get peace talks “back on track,” after the recent breakdown of negotiations.
Report: US, Taliban to Hold Peace TalksUnited States and Taliban officials will engage in Afghanistan peace talks Thursday, senior U.S. administration officials said.
Suicide Bomber Strikes Near US Embassy in AfghanistanA suicide car bomber struck near US embassy in Kabul on Tuesday, killing at least eight people and wounding 20.
Video: Father of Slain US Soldier Speaks OutFather of slain American soldier: "You can't have world peace if you have people out there who hate us."
Report: Afghan President Confirms Receiving Cash from CIAAfghan President Hamid Karzai confirmed Monday that his office has received money from the CIA over the past decade.
Kerry: Slain Diplomat 'Smart, Capable, Eager to Serve'Secretary of State John Kerry paid tribute to American female diplomat who was among six NATO personnel killed in two attacks in Afghanistan
'Prototype al-Qaeda Operative' Charged in New YorkAlleged al-Qaeda who plotted a bomb attack against American diplomatic facilities in Nigeria was charged Wednesday in New York.
Five US Troops Die in Afghan Chopper CrashFive US troops fighting Islamist insurgents in southern Afghanistan were killed in a helicopter crash in bad weather.
Hagel's Visit to Afghanistan Quickly Turns to Crisis ManagementHagel faced inflammatory remarks from Afghan President Hamid Karzai and insurgent bombings during his first visit to the country