Could the U.S. bombing of a hospital in Afghanistan be considered a punishable crime?
Once in disarray after being driven out of power by U.S. forces in 2001, the Taliban seems on its way to reclaiming Afghanistan, as American forces have sharply drawn down and are leaving the region.
The Taliban broke into a prison in Afghanistan and released hundreds of criminals. Could it bring the terrorists closer to regaining power?
In 2007 a couple of stoners managed to land a $300 million contract from the Pentagon to deliver ammo to the Middle East.
In December 2014, a ceremony was held to mark the end of the 13-year war in Afghanistan. So, what does it really mean to "end" a war?
In this episode of Seeker Daily, we tell a story of how the country's turmoil has influenced one of it's most iconic art forms: the Afghan Rug.
High-tech devices can help or hinder the shot.
A recent study finds a population of Kashmir musk deer living in steep, rocky outcrops in the northeast part of the country.
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