The NATO-led mission in Afghanistan says three U.S. troops were wounded in a March 19 attack by an Afghan soldier, the first known insider attack on coalition personnel in the country this year.
At least 10 Taliban militants have been killed and two others injured in an air strike in the eastern province of Paktia, Afghan officials said on March 19.
Russia plans to host international talks on the conflict in Afghanistan in April 14, Russian news agencies cited an Afghan official as saying.
Iranian authorities handed over 200 Afghan prisoners at the main border crossing in Islam Qala in western Afghanistan.
An Afghan official says a suicide car bombing near an army base in eastern Afghanistan has killed one soldier and wounded several others.
A man born in Saudi Arabia has been convicted in a U.S. federal court on charges he participated in a 2003 attack in Afghanistan that killed two U.S. servicemen.
More than 1.2 million first-time asylum seekers were registered in EU member states in 2016, the European Union says.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on March 15 proposed providing another 2,500 visas to Afghans who worked for U.S. troops in Afghanistan, often at the risk of their own lives.
An Afghan official says authorities have arrested 24 people, including an army general, on charges of neglecting their duties over a recent attack on the country's largest military hospital.
An Australian aid worker kidnapped in Afghanistan last year has been released, according to an Afghan official and the Australian government.
Hundreds of Afghans staying in Pakistan tried to extend their visas as they have been unable to return to Afghanistan due to the ongoing border closure. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)