Afghan

Many Afghans feel abandoned since the withdrawal of US troops and foreign allies on August 31. What is life really like for those who didn't make it out in time?
R is a deeply troubled young man. He looks smaller, shrunken somehow since the last time I saw him. His delicate Hazara features
For me it sums up my tour in Afghanistan. In the picture I am hot, sweaty; covered from head to foot in protective gear; helmet, glasses, body armour, blast pants, gloves, boots... carrying my rifle, ammunition, equipment, food, water.
Prime Minister David Cameron has visited troops on the front line in Afghanistan as a senior British commander claimed talks
Britain has a "moral obligation" to help Afghan interpreters who are in danger of being abandoned and left at the mercy of
Western operations with Afghan soldiers and policemen are to be scaled back after a string of "green on blue" attacks in
Eight civilians, including a woman and six children, have been killed by an Nato airstrike in the Paktia province of Afghanistan
More than 70 girls and their teachers have been poisoned at a school in Afghanistan, the BBC has reported. A toxic powder
A British soldier shot dead in Afghanistan has been named as Michael Roland, a father of twins from Worthing, Sussex. He
Since Operation Enduring Freedom was launched in October 2001, relations between the Afghan people and American forces have always been brittle.