Beijing has angrily refuted claims that it led a campaign of espionage that targetted Tibetan exiles as well as embassies, journalists and Nato
The arguments for and against military intervention in Afghanistan by Britain, America and their allies
Pakistani government employees inspect burned-out trucks at a Nato terminal outside the northwestern city of Peshawar. On Monday Taliban militants launched a pre-dawn raid and torched 65 trucks due to carry supplies for coalition troops based in Afghanistan. In a similar attack on the previous day, militants torched more than 150 vehicles.
The decision to focus our forces in the south of the country will be reversed and a division-strength unit put under the control of General Petraeus
With their Nato allies in disarray, the US could use a more pliant Afghan leader, says Robert Fox
It’s laughable to see Afghanistan as the winnable front of the war on terror, says Matthew Carr
Shaun Walker on a hair-raising visit to the separatists’ bombed- out capital, Tskhinvali