Violence in the country has been rising sharply in recent weeks after the United States announced it would withdraw troops by September 11.
Members of the US-backed alliance have agreed this month to wrap up their 9,600-strong mission in Afghanistan after President Joe Biden made the call to end Washington's longest war.
New advisory directs American citizens not to travel to Afghanistan and asks those already in the war-torn country to "leave as soon as possible on available commercial flights."
Members of the US military increasingly believe that they hold an exceptional position above the rest of society.
US government watchdog says only $1.2B out of $7.8B spent on buildings and cars in Afghanistan since 2008 has been used as intended and just $343.2 million worth of such assets “were maintained in good condition”.
The National Defense Authorization Act, passed by Congress two weeks ago, explicitly forbids Pentagon from reducing troop numbers in Afghanistan without sending Congress an assessment of risks.
The Australian Wikileaks founder shocked the world by disclosing diplomatic cables containing sensitive information.
One would think leaders worthy of international recognition as peacemakers wouldn't have blood stains on their names. But these leaders certainly do:
A group of researchers reading reams of documents are focusing on providing a central source of information on the US military prison.
Australia's special forces "unlawfully" killed 39 Afghan civilians and prisoners, including summary executions as part of initiation rituals, according to evidence in a searing military inquiry now being referred to a war crimes prosecutor.
Critics accuse authorities of using national security as an excuse for threatening journalists over media revelations that are embarrassing for the government.
The nation's capital and other urban areas have enjoyed a rare stretch of more than two months without the sorts of large-scale bomb attacks that frequently rock the city and cause mass casualties.
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