The 28-nation Western military alliance is expected to make a decision by June on a possible troop increase in Afghanistan.
The leader of Afghanistan's Hezb-i-Islami, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, urges the Taliban to come to the negotiating table for peace.
The Taliban militant group in Afghanistan announced the start of its so-called spring offensive on Friday.
A UN report says civilian casualties caused by the war in Afghanistan declined slightly in the first three months of 2017.
The commander of US forces in Afghanistan says Russia is arming the Taliban, an issue that Pentagon chief James Mattis says needs a response.
The car bomb explosion hits an area near a military camp in Khost Province.
The resignations come in the wake of a recent Taliban attack that killed scores of Afghan soldiers.
Germany rejected more than 52% percent of Afghan asylum requests in the first two months of 2017, according to a new report.
President Ashraf Ghani has declared Sunday a national day of mourning over the killing of scores of soldiers in a recent Taliban attack.
As many as 140 Afghan soldiers have been killed and injured in an attack by Taliban gunmen on a military compound in the northern province of Balkh.
Afghan security forces are still blocking access to the site, where the US military dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb ever used in combat.
Afghan people rallied in the capital on Sunday to condemn the US military’s use of the largest conventional weapon in its arsenal in their country.
"If the government has permitted them to do this, that was wrong and it has committed a national treason," former President Karzai has said.
Kabul says the number of those killed in the massive US bomb attack against Daesh positions has nearly tripled from the 36 reported a day earlier.
The reaction by former Afghan President Hamid Karzai came a day after the US dropped a GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb in Nangarhar province.
Most of the people killed and wounded were reportedly civilians.
The soldiers lost their lives when a roadside bomb exploded during an ongoing operation to battle the Taliban in Afghanistan’s Balkh Province.
A US soldier is killed while engaged in anti-Daesh operations in eastern Afghanistan.
Activists call on the ICC to speed up an ongoing war crimes probe in Afghanistan.
Hundreds of Afghans in Australia stage a rally in protest at Kabul’s discriminatory policies.
The militants also killed a local security policeman and his wife and mother in Khwaja Bahuddin district.
Pakistan says it has begun building a fence along its border with Afghanistan to restrain the movement of militants.
Three Afghan officials responsible for security survive a vote of no-confidence in parliament.
Russia dismisses as false the US allegation that Moscow may be giving supplies to Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
Taliban militants take control of the center of a key district in Afghanistan's southern province of Helmand.
An aid group says nearly a third of children in Afghanistan are unable to attend school.
A spokesman for US forces in Afghanistan confirmed the attack at Camp Antonik.
Afghan security forces storm a Taliban-run prison in the country's southern Helmand Province and free 32 people.
The explosion in the center of the Afghan capital Kabul destroyed a bus carrying employees of one of the country's biggest telecoms firms.
The Taliban 'infiltrators' shot the eight policemen and fled, an official said.
General Joseph L. Votel, the head of the US Central Command, says he is working on a new strategy for the US military presence in Afghanistan.
More than 70 others are injured in the attack claimed by Daesh.
Militants have attacked and taken positions inside a military hospital in the diplomatic district of the Afghan capital in an ongoing standoff.
Taliban militants have assassinated a police chief in Afghanistan’s northern Faryab Province, police say.
At least eight Afghan civilians are killed and 22 injured in a suspected airstrike by the army in Farah Province.
Bombers with the Taliban have staged back-to-back attacks against separate highly-secured locations in Kabul.
The policemen were in an attack in southern Afghanistan on Monday night.
The fatalities occurred in the country’s northern Jowzjan Province after the victims came under attack while leaving a mosque.
A grenade attack kills 11 members of an Afghan family in the country's volatile east.
An international aid group says as many as 200 Afghan families have been displaced from their homes due to cross-border shelling by Pakistan troops.
The attack was carried out in Dih Bala district of Nangarhar province on Thursday night.
The UAE state media announced Juma Mohammad Abdullah al-Kaabi’s death on Thursday.
Human Rights Watch criticized Pakistan for what it called “world’s largest unlawful mass forced return of refugees in recent times.”
The UN voices “grave concern” after a probe determines that at least 18 civilians were killed in US airstrikes last week.
An Afghan official says 22 civilians were killed in recent airstrikes by US forces in Afghanistan's Helmand.
Four civilians and three Afghan soldiers died in the blast.
The Afghan Defense Ministry said General Nicholson's suggestion was a "good step" toward fighting militant groups in Afghanistan.
Jowzjan's provincial governor said the suspected Daesh gunmen opened fire on a convoy of aid workers.
The Russian foreign minister calls for stronger security cooperation with Afghanistan.
A terrorist explosion has killed at least 20 people in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Rescue workers and local people are digging desperately to save possible survivors after avalanches hit east and north of the country.
The consulate’s third secretary, Zaki Adu, was killed by a private guard, also an Afghan national, according to Pakistani police.
The number of the civilians killed and wounded in Afghanistan rose by three percent in 2016 compared to the previous year, according to the United Nations.
At least 50 people lose their lives after a huge avalanche covers their village in eastern Afghanistan.
Moscow expresses concern over Daesh attempts to strengthen its foothold in militancy-riddled Afghanistan.
Heavy snowfall and avalanche have claimed the lives of 28 people across Afghanistan in two days.
The UN Security Council has lifted sanctions against Afghan warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.
The children, all under five, were killed in the remote district of Darzab in Jawzjan Province over the last two or three days, according to officials.
The returnees will be sheltered by the Afghan government for at least two weeks.
In an open letter to the new US president, the group said nothing has been achieved in 15 years of occupation except bloodshed and destruction.
Sweden's Ambassador to Afghanistan Anders Sjoberg says the Central Asian nation’s continued reliance on such aid points to wider failures.
There has been no claim of responsibility for the attack, but the Taliban militant group is a suspect.
The Takfiri terrorists raid a religious school in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar.
The incident took place as villagers were traveling from Pacheer Agam district to a nearby village in Nangarhar province.
The Takfiri militants raid a district in Afghanistan’s restive Nangarhar Province, forcing civilians there to flee.
NATO confirms that American troops enlisted with the alliance killed 33 civilians in Afghanistan back in November last year.
The United Arab Emirates confirms that Tuesday's explosion in Kandahar governor's compound also wounded its ambassador to the country.
The UAE Foreign Ministry says it is following up on a terrorist attack in the Afghan city of Kandahar that injured the Arab country's envoy.
Twin bomb attacks kill 38 and injure 72 people, mostly civilians, near Afghanistan’s parliament in Kabul.
No group has claimed responsibility for the killings but Kabul blamed the Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
The protesters chanted slogans such as "Death to the enemies of Afghanistan!" and "Death to Daesh!"
The parliament member and his son have reportedly been wounded in the bomb attack, which occurred in a crowded area of the capital.
Roadside bomb kills 2 Afghans in eastern Laghman province
Three gunmen attacked the house of Mir Wali, a member of parliament from Helmand province.
Unknown gunmen killed the five female airport workers and a driver in the southern Kandahar Province of Afghanistan, according to local officials.
Police have stepped up security measures at Kabul airport.
President Ghani says militants battling Afghan government forces would not have lasted a month had it not been for "sanctuary" provided by Pakistan.
The 6th Ministerial Conference of the Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process kicked off in the Indian city of Amritsar on Sunday.
Taliban claim the student was involved in the assassination of a local intelligence official working with the militants.
The UN says more than half a million people have been displaced across Afghanistan in 2016.
General Mohiuddin Ghori, the army corps' commander in Badghis province, was killed in the crash.
The group said in a surprise statement that it "backs all national projects which are in the interest of the people."
Four Afghan border officers are killed in a Taliban attack in the country’s southern province of Zabul.
A provincial official said there were no indications as to who were behind the blasts.
A bomb has exploded near a Shia mosque in the Afghan capital, leaving over two dozen people dead.
The bombing was carried out close to the Afghan Defense Ministry during the morning rush hour.
The International Criminal Court says the US’s actions while interrogating prisoners in Afghanistan may be instances of war crimes.
The lower house of Afghan parliament has removed the transportation and education ministers.
The US military chief says an “apparent suicide" bombing in Bagram has left four Americans dead.
Afghanistan's parliament sacks three government ministers over budgetary failures.
Fourteen others were injured in the explosion, which occurred near a dining facility.