Afghan President Denies Fleeing With Millions of Dollars: ‘I Just Had My Waistcoat’
Ashraf Ghani, delivering a speech via Facebook in the United Arab Emirates, said he had no choice to leave Afghanistan, to prevent the country from becoming “another Yemen or Syria.”
Taliban Fighters Enter Kabul As Afghanistan’s President Flees
The Taliban stand on the brink of assuming power in Afghanistan. The country’s president has reportedly fled the country, with thousands of civilians and Western diplomats trying to do the same.
Trump says Taliban peace talks are "proceeding well." Experts say latest deal is a surrender.
“All that Washington cares about at this point is getting out, without having to admit defeat.”
In exclusive interview, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani insists Trump's Taliban strategy is working
Afghanistan’s president says that if U.S. troops were to withdraw, the country would become a breeding ground for terrorism.
The Taliban just rejected peace talks and partly blamed Trump
The group pledged that its 2018 campaign would focus on the U.S. military.
Afghanistan is dangling a big olive branch to bring the Taliban to the table
“We are making this offer without preconditions in order to lead to a peace agreement,” said President Ghani.
Islamic State claims Kabul attack that killed at least 61
The suicide attack targeted Afghanistan's Shiite Hazara minority, who had gathered in the thousands on Saturday for a protest against the route of an electrical line.
Orlando Gunman's Father Says God — Not His Son — Should Punish Gay People
"The punishment for homosexuality is upon God and he will decide on them not humans," said Seddique Mir Mateen, father of Orlando gunman Omar Mateen.
World Leaders Gather in London for Anti-Corruption Summit — But There's an 'Elephant in the Room'
VICE News attended British Prime Minister David Cameron's anti-corruption summit in London, which saw world leaders come together to discuss transparency and stolen assets.
The Taliban Is Running Amok and Killing Policemen in Afghanistan's Opium Heartland
The insurgents, who largely control the Afghan drug trade, are flush with cash and new recruits after the lucrative poppy harvest in Helmand province.
Dozens Killed in Kabul in First Taliban Attack of Spring Offensive
At least 28 people were killed and more than 300 injured when Taliban militants detonated a truck bomb and fought a gun battle near a government building during morning rush hour.