The blast in the eastern city of Khost occurred at a mosque that was being used as a voter registration center
Two Islamic State suicide bombers strike in Kabul, killing 25 people, including reporters and photographers who rushed to the scene of the first attack.
America’s Afghan "partners" are morally flawed and lack the legitimacy necessary for "victory."
The revelation that militants were operating in a western district of Kabul follows a recent series of attacks that have killed nearly 200 people and wounded hundreds more.
158 are wounded in the second attack claimed by the Taliban in a week on high-security targets in the Afghan city.
An Islamic State affiliate claims it carried out the strike on a Shiite Muslim cultural center in Afghanistan's capital.
The Pentagon is awaiting final word from the president on a proposal to send nearly 4,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan.
The conservative country still presents major obstacles for companies led by women, but progress is being made. (Pictured: Afghan businesswoman Mariyam Omerkhil.)