This is not hard to write; it's cathartic. Shooting the story though was anything but: raw emotions accumulated -- anger, sorrow, revulsion, and anger again, jumbled in some subconscious store to be sifted and sorted later.
Afghanistan's troubled parliamentary elections inched a step closer to conclusion Wednesday as results in all but one of the nation's 34 provinces were announced.
An upcoming military review of the war in Afghanistan is not expected to result in any major changes in U.S. strategy, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen said Sunday.
Afghanistan's election commission has disqualified 21 candidates from the September 18 parliamentary elections for alleged fraudulent activities, a spokesman told CNN.
A large protest was happening Saturday in London against the war in Afghanistan, with organizers saying thousands from around the country would take part.
The United States is beefing up its firepower in Afghanistan by employing heavily armored tanks in Afghanistan for the first time in the nine-year war, a military spokesman said Friday.
Vice President Joe Biden tells CNN's Larry King that significant progress has been made against al Qaeda in Afghanistan.
A British soldier has been killed in Afghanistan, Britain's Ministry of Defense said Wednesday.
Canada, which is ending its combat mission in Afghanistan in July, on Tuesday announced "a new role" to play in the war-torn nation, with a focus on security, diplomacy, human rights and development.
A NATO troop died after an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan Tuesday, the organization's International Security Assistance Force said in a statement.
Seven NATO troops died after attacks in Afghanistan on Sunday, the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force said.
Allied forces in Afghanistan don't have to beat al Qaeda, just contain the terrorist organization, the new chief of Britain's armed forces said in a newspaper interview published Sunday.
A soldier died Sunday in southern Afghanistan, the British defense ministry said in a statement.
The United States should consider drastically cutting the number of troops in Afghanistan unless the current strategy starts to show signs of progress, a new report says.
Suspected Taliban militants killed four police officers in northern Afghanistan, local officials said Wednesday. Elsewhere, two NATO service members died in insurgent attacks.