International officials want the United States and Afghanistan to agree on a security deal, but there seemed little movement to end the deadlock.
Fatalities have more than tripled this year, making the country by far the most dangerous place in the world for relief work, according to United Nations officials.
Many Afghans have begun to criticize their president for the disparities in his reactions to events and perhaps looking for ways to besmirch the Americans.
A suicide truck bombing on Monday killed four police officers in the eastern province of Wardak, an Afghan official said.
An Afghan diplomat defends President Hamid Karzai, and another reader questions our continued presence in Afghanistan.
The United States military has halted ground shipments of cargo leaving Afghanistan via a key supply route through Pakistan to ensure the safety of drivers.
Elizabeth Rubin’s 2009 article on Hamid Karzai.
Six Afghan workers employed to carry out a literacy project by the French charity Acted were killed in an ambush on their car in Faryab Province, the second fatal attack on relief workers in two days.
The United States has too much invested in Afghanistan to be derailed now.