Now the country’s right wing is regrouping — and rethinking its relationship with the U.S.
A senior Australian judge and a former N.Z. premier are conducting inquiries into separate but similar incidents during the war.
Nearly 160 people have been killed this week, putting the nation on edge about security.
At least 132 people were killed in a suicide blast at an election rally.
The South Korean president visited Singapore, one month after Trump met Kim Jong Un there.
As the world watched, expert divers executed a desperate plan they assumed would mean the death of some of the young soccer players. Instead it ended in triumph.
More than 16,000 arrests and 4,000 convictions have been recorded since the anti-drug drive began.
A July 12 meeting on the topic had been expected after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s trip to Pyongyang.
The violence comes amid surging national hopes for peace talks with the Taliban.
The Asian nation is presenting itself as a defender of free trade and multilateralism in the face of U.S. protectionism.
A three-day race against the weather was capped by joy as an international group of divers and support teams brought out the remaining members of the youth soccer team — more than two weeks after they became trapped in the rain-flooded cavern.
Afghan government expects the scholars to characterize the militants’ insurgency and use of suicide attacks as unlawful.
Poet Liu Xia flew to Berlin after years of house arrest during which her Nobel prize winning husband died of liver cancer.
“We worked faster. I’m so happy,” the mission chief said after a second day of efforts left just five members of the group yet to be freed.
The secretary of state told Afghanistan’s president that the United States will participate in his peace process.