The West’s inglorious exit from Afghanistan has sparked a long-awaited reckoning for NATO and has fueled major questions about the role the alliance is capable of playing in the 21st century — and to what degree it can rely so heavily on U.S. leadership and U.S. military assets moving forward.
They had enrolled at the American University of Afghanistan because they saw it as an opportunity, a pathway to a better future.
The Maryland women's basketball team will find out what it's made of when it faces four likely top-10 teams in its nonconference slate.
The meeting comes a day after Afghanistan suffered its deadliest attack since US forces withdrew.
Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) on Wednesday pledged in a letter to Republican colleagues that he would not support any of them for higher office if they vote for the final defense bill or any other bill that results in a military draft for women or red flag laws risking a service member's 2nd Amendment rights.
The United States and the Taliban began two days of meetings Saturday in Qatar.
It's time for us brothers to step up.
With the Taliban back in power, courageous Afghan women are speaking out about their dreams and their future.
But fans showed support for the Thorns players Saturday afternoon outside Providence Park, chanting “Protect our players!”
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Zakia Menhas, a medical student at Kabul University, who is not allowed to continue her education in a Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
The United Nations chief is warning that Afghanistan is facing “a make-or-break moment