A teenager detonated a bomb hidden in his turban, killing Hashmat Khalil Karzai, Afghan officials said.
The Helmand province is spared no break from the war.
Militants shot members of Afghanistan’s Shiite minority, raising fears of increased sectarian attacks.
What constitutes a fraudulent ballot remains a murky issue in the audit of 8 million votes cast nationwide.
The assailant drove a motorcycle packed with explosives into a security compound in Kabul.
The brazen airport attack highlights Afghanistan's security woes as an election dispute continues.
At least a dozen explosions and the sound of heavy gunfire could be heard across the Afghan capital beginning around 4:30 a.m. Thursday.
The two presidential campaigns disagree over which institution will inspect some 8 million votes.
The announcement follows marathon talks in Kabul brokered by Secretary of State John Kerry; eases crisis.
The U.S. has threatened to cut financial aid if the two candidates do not resolve the impasse.
Obama warns presidential candidate about endorsing violence or extra-constitutional measures.
Libyans voice wariness of Khalifa Hifter amid stalemate in fighting and worries about his political ambitions.
The former World Bank official is outpolling former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah, authorities say.
Abdullah Abdullah accuses election authorities of being involved in fraud in last month’s runoff election.
Militias, shortages, political anarchy spur fear and frustration among residents of the Libyan capital.
The three journalists were sentenced on charges of collaborating with “terrorists” to fabricate news.
The Islamist militant, who was just captured by the U.S., had again become a loner in recent years.
The unilateral operation to capture Benghazi suspect Abu Khattala highlights weakness in Tripoli.
Youssef said that his show will not be returning to television.
The ultraconservative Salafist Nour party endorsed the military man for president but did not turn out voters.