British embassy vehicle bombed in Kabul

Five killed as Taliban claims responsibility for suicide attack

Publish drones rules, says ex-UK spy chief

Foreign secretary urged to lift lid on links to US attacks

Suicide bomber targets Afghan volleyball game

Attack kills 45 spectators at tournament

Can China bring peace to south Asia?

Region looks to see if Beijing will take up the slack as west withdraws from Afghanistan, says Ahmed Rashid

US marines and UK end Afghan mission

War helped install fragile democracy but Taliban still a threat

UK reaffirms commitment to Afghanistan

Cameron praises new Afghan president and PM on trip to Kabul

Ghani succeeds Karzai as Afghan president

Hopes for stable government after years of civil war

Taliban storm strategic Afghan district

Dozens killed and 15 beheaded in Ajrestan

Shaky start for Afghan power sharing deal

Public angry at lack of transparency over election votes

Afghan presidential rivals to share power

US-brokered deal gives substantial power to the losing candidate

Fears rise as Afghan boomtowns at risk

Bagram district suffers after Allied investment evaporates

Deranged killers who pose as terrorists

The disturbed and the deluded swell the ranks of a black-clad army

Afghan presidential rivals sign unity deal

Taliban surge threatens Afghan stability

Local forces under attack from insurgents across the country

US general shot dead in Afghan attack

Major general is most senior US officer killed in 13-year war

Afghan rivals agree to full recount

Kerry brokers agreement between feuding presidential candidates

Afghan election dispute mounts

Abdullah denounces rival’s poll lead as fraudulent

Afghan official quits over poll allegations

Candidate threatening to derail presidential vote

Afghan election candidate calls foul

Former foreign minister claims poll rigged

Pakistan’s Shia fear rise of Sunni attacks

Threat of Sunni extremism heightens anxiety for Shia