He was once called the member for Baghdad East – he now risks being labeled the MP for Kabul East
Video of killings sent to Al-Jazeera on the day Mohammed Merah was found by police
Mystery over rising death toll as Sgt Robert Bales looks set to fight Afghan murder charges
Opinion Digest: a shame the French ended military service; what Thatcher owes the Argentines
Nobody was seriously hurt in the incident, which the US Army is investigating
Video emerges of alleged gunman driving a BMW around a car park
As US soldier awaits charges, his legal team says: 'there is no forensic evidence, there is no confession'
Active service for young soldiers, gongs for the generals: no wonder the Army is slow to get out
Assassination, desecration of bodies, the collecting of body-part trophies – it turned ugly long ago
Opinion Digest: Oborne on a dangerous friendship, Cohan on Goldman Sachs' brush with the press
The West is paying the price for relying on military tactics rather than negotiating a political solution
It was going to start in 2013 anyway, Number Ten insists after being urged 'not to cut and run'
Hamid Karzai's brothers among delegation attacked while visiting village elders
After Sunday’s killing, there is no chance now of Obama delaying the withdrawal of US troops
Why did he do it? And is the hard-won trust built up between soldiers and some civilians now lost?
Nine children among dead after soldier walks off base in Kandahar and opens fire on villagers
As the Taliban increases its influence, our reasons for sacrificing lives seem less clear
Most devastating single attack on British forces since Afghan operation began in 2001
The British Army's brave soldiers have failed in their only purpose - they don't win their wars