Afghanistan has contributed the second-largest group to Europe’s migrant influx, and its leaders fear no one will be left to rebuild the country.
In a country where fewer than half of voters are literate, ballots for an upcoming election take on a more pictorial form.
A Syrian rebel group claims to have seized the footage after a raid of a pro-government compound in Aleppo.
The terrorism network is now diffuse and lacks a coherent center, but it is still just as deadly.
An interview on why peace in Afghanistan has proven so elusive.
'I have no doubt that [Chavez] will return alongside Jesus Christ...to establish peace and justice in the world,' Ahmadinejad said.
An interview with a South African researcher
With one of the strictest web filters on earth, the Islamic Republic leaves people with just a few alternatives.
Not even the Taliban seems to care about it very much.
He's stirring renewed fears of civil war. He's also the country's current energy and water minister.
As U.S. troops leave, Riyadh is positioning itself for the a future role in the country.
A brutal killing of an 18-year-old woman in Herat is the latest in a wave of violence.
An interview with her former collaborator Abdul Hai Kakar