Katherine Jane Wilson, an Australia aid worker kidnapped by armed men in Afghanistan in April, has been released, NBC News reports. "She is now safe and well," Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said in a statement, adding she's "relieved" for the woman called "Kerry Jane" by her loved ones. Wilson, said...
Kerry Jane Wilson, who is in her 60s, had been working in the country for about 20 years when she was taken from her office in Jalalabad on April 28.
The Afghan special services had freed an Australian woman kidnapped in Afghanistan earlier this year.
SYDNEY/KABUL (Reuters) - An Australian aid worker kidnapped in Afghanistan four months ago was freed following a raid by Afghan special forces near the eastern city of Jalalabad, officials said on Monday.
An Australian aid worker kidnapped in Afghanistan in April had been released and was safe, Australia's foreign minister said Monday.
NATO special operations forces, whom world leaders say have not been in a combat role since the end of 2014, are still out in the field with Afghan forces almost nightly, a U.S. general in Afghanistan said Thursday. “On average, we [NATO] probably have somebody out every night or every other night at some place
Bangladesh and Afghanistan will play their first-ever bilateral ODI series in September, the Afghanistan Cricket Board and BCB confirmed on Sunday
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Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) is hosting its first ever presidential forum on September 7, but will not be inviting Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson to the event that will be televised on NBC and MSNBC. Vocal veterans have taken to social media to lambaste the veteran advocacy organization over their choice to leave... Show More Summary
Afghanistan are in talks with the BCB for their first bilateral ODI series against Bangladesh in Dhaka next month, the Afghanistan Cricket Board has said
More than a decade after the fall of the Taliban in 2001, the armed group is still active across Afghanistan.
GARDEZ, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Taliban insurgents overran a district in eastern Afghanistan, killing and wounding dozens of police and soldiers and threatening strategically important road routes to Pakistan, officials said on Saturday.
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump already have committed to the Sept. 7 event from the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Taliban militants captured the eastern Afghanistan's district of Janikhel.
The New York Jets saluted the U.S. military by helping throw a green-and-white flag football game in Afghanistan.
War and terrorism in dozens of Middle East countries from Tunisia to Afghanistan since 2010 is rolling back health care and leaving open paths for new and old diseases to strike down millions and spread to the Western countries, a new study reports. "Our study shows that the eastern Mediterranean region is going through a crucial health phase. Show More Summary
The Pentagon has spent billions of dollars since 2001 funneling roughly more than a million assault rifles, pistols, shotguns, and machine guns into Iraq and Afghanistan, helping to fuel lasting conflict there, according to a new report by a London-based nonprofit research and advocacy group Action on Armed Violence. At least 949,582 of these small…
China, Pakistan, Afghanistan and India (Photo: oneindia.com) Afghanistan, also known as the crossroads of civilization dating back centuries, has found itself on a different crossroad in the past few decades. This time around, however, it has been very deadly and destructive for Afghanistan and its inhabitants. Show More Summary
What a monstrous joke Afghanistan has become. With all the blood spilled and American lives lost… Obama screwed it up to high heaven. All in the name of embracing Islam