One year on, Afghan family still divided after daughter fled, mother stayed
Although there are no accurate estimates, thousands of Afghans fled the country in the chaotic days that followed the hardline Islamist Taliban's military conquest.
Hackers targeted Afghan officials on Facebook amid Taliban offensive
The Pakistan-based group, known as SideCopy, used 'romantic lures' from what appeared to be young women on the platform to try to trick the targets into giving the hackers access to their pages.
Pakistani Taliban claims suicide blast near Afghan border that killed 4
Three died immediately in the blast, with another officer dying later of his wounds, police say.
Taliban co-founder to lead new Afghanistan govt, say sources
Mullah Baradar and other top leaders are said to have arrived in Kabul where preparations are in final stages to announce the new government.
Pregnant migrant sets herself on fire in Greek camp
The authorities had asked her to stay in Greece until her child was born, but she had not understood this, says a ministry source.