Heavy gunfire and multiple blasts have been reported in the central district of the Afghan capital city, Kabul, with police unable to immediately identify the target.
A car bombing in Afghanistan, targeting an EU vehicle in the capital Kabul, killed at least three people, two Afghan civilians and a British security contractor.
A building, a guest house popular with foreigners, in an upmarket area of the Afghanistan capital, Kabul, has been stormed by gunmen.
At least three people have been killed as a Taliban suicide bomber attacked a bus in the Afghan capital Kabul, for the second time within a week.
A suicide bomber has targeted a bus carrying Afghan civil servants, in the capital city Kabul, killing one person and wounding a further 15 civilians.
At least 52 people are missing, feared dead, following a landslide in a remote northeastern village in Afghanistan.
A second police chief from the same Afghanistan province has been killed by Taliban militants, within six weeks of the previous attack.
At least 18 Afghan troops were killed in fighting with Taliban militants, after the attackers – supported by foreign fighters – overran and seized a number of Afghan military checkpoints in the country’s northeast.
A suicide bombing and roadside blast, believed to have been targeted at foreign troops, have killed 15 Afghan civilians in two separate incident in the country.
At least 17 people have died, and another 50 have been injured, after a suicide bomber detonated his explosives at a protest in eastern Afghanistan.