The explosion came as a senior U.S. diplomat was visiting Kabul to brief Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on a draft peace accord reached with the insurgents that could see thousands of U.S. troops withdrawn from Afghanistan.
In 2001, Taliban fighters smashed more than 2,500 figurines they judged to be "un-Islamic". Museum staff are now creating a digital record of the collection in case of further threat.
The 2010 winner, South African Jodi Bieber, acknowledges that the photojournalism industry is male-dominated.
The explosion happened at the Dubai City venue in the west of the city, which is home to many members of the Shiite Hazara community.
Overall, just over a third of decisions (34%) issued in the first six months of 2019 were granted EU-regulated protection
In the first half of the year, foreign and government forces killed 717 civilians, while anti-government elements (including Taliban) caused 531 deaths, the UN said.
Children head to work in Afghanistan as poverty persists
A Taliban attack on a government security compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday killed at least eight security personnel, six civilians and wounded more than 180, officials said, as rival Afghan groups met in Qatar to discuss peace.
Almost 11,000 civilians were killed in the country in 2018 and the Taliban is in a stronger military position now than at any point since 2001.
In an interview with Euronews, Pakistan's Foreign Minister warned that the escalating situation between the US and Iran could have consequences on Afghanistan.
During Lyon's edition of the Refugee Food Festival, Euronews met four refugees working as chefs in France to learn their life stories.
The war in Afghanistan is raging on and the future will likely see even more children forced to flee their homes and embark on a dangerous journey in the hope of safety elsewhere.
ABC says the operation was in relation to its 2017 reports about alleged misconduct by Australian troops in Afghanistan
Afghans have taken to social media to condemn the fatal shooting of a former television journalist and parliamentary advisor.
At least 20 people were killed by flash floods in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar province, the UN said Saturday, as heavy rains swept away homes and vehicles.
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan stands behind strong NATO after unease following his predecessor's resignation.
Afghans celebrated Valentine's Day in Kabul on Thursday (February 14), shopping for fresh red roses and gifts for their loved ones from a downtown market.
Alberto Cairo tells Euronews that rehabilitation is about more than artificial limbs.
"We're being harassed on our way to the stadium" — Euronews speaks to past and present members of Afghanistan's football team to find out more about allegations of physical and sexual abuse.
You might remember Murtaza Ahmadi or "little Messi" — the seven-year-old Afghan shot to fame when a photo of him wearing a football shirt made of a blue-and-white-striped plastic bag was widely shared online.
Taliban gunmen and a suicide bomber attacked a British security compound in Kabul, killing at least 10 people and injuring 19.
Three US service members were killed and three wounded when an improvised explosive device detonated Tuesday near Ghazni city, Afghanistan, Resolute Support said in a statement.
A suicide bomber has targeted a gathering of Muslim religious scholars in Kabul, killing more than 50 people, Reuters reported, citing government officials.
Hungary's ban on gender studies reveals a widespread fear of marginalised voices, says a feminist from Afghanistan who moved to Budapest expecting to study the subject.
Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani has urged all Afghans to vote in parliamentary elections, amid concerns that violence will keep voters away from polling stations.
Meanwhile, 2,000 asylum-seekers will be moved from the island to the Greek mainland by the end of the month. That's according to Greek authorities. It's after human rights groups and local authorities criticised Greece for the poor conditions at the camp at Moria