War porn or critique of the American military machine? Film about Navy Seals in Afghanistan triggers debate
President promises action on 'bread-and-butter' issues, but 'audacity of hope' has evaporated
Lawyers argued man would face persecution for renouncing his faith if he returned to his homeland
Brave talk cannot hide the risk of Afghanistan being a hub for resurgent al-Qaeda groups
Sergeant Alexander Wayne Blackman loses right to anonymity after conviction for 'cold-blooded' killing
British troops and Nato haven't stabilised the country and 'caused a lot of suffering', he claims
Just hours after Washington said it would hold talks with insurgents, two rockets strike Bagram air base
One soldier admits to asking male child to touch his 'special place'; second confesses racial abuse
Plea bargain likely to cause tension as villagers want sergeant who killed 16 people executed
'Boundless' war on terror must come to an end says President as he seeks to balance freedom and security
Mother-of-two pictured speaking to knife-wielding assailant told him: 'You are going to lose'
Government climbdown gives 600 interpreters right to move, but what message does it send?
A recent survey suggests that 75% of Pakistanis dislike the USA and it's mainly because of drones
No-one had died in a Mastiff until yesterday's attack on British troops in Helmand province
PM admits UK is paying 'high price' for Afghanistan mission as British death toll rises to 444
Future wars will be fought by British commanders well versed in the rhetoric of management schools
It doesn't necessarily mean the FBI are hunting a foreigner - signs still point to 'domestic terrorism'
It is not Britain's 'moral obligation' to give the Army's Afghan war interpreters automatic asylum here
The US President's 'wide-ranging' State of the Union address sets out a bold vision for his second term
Afghanistan’s president refuses to criticise Harry for comparing war to PlayStation and Xbox games