In Kabul clinic, Taliban and the soldiers they fought confront wounds of warAsia Pacific · 12:08 PM UTC
Former Taliban fighter Mohammad Ishaq, who spent years battling Western troops and local forces in Afghanistan, lost his leg in combat and is now learning to walk with a new limb. Standing near him at a Kabul clinic is one of the soldiers he defeated.
Netflix workers stage walk-out over Chappelle transgender comments
Bundesbank chief Weidmann quits early with one last inflation warning
AI can see through you: CEOs' language under machine microscope
Global oil refiners crank up output as margins recover to pre-COVID levels
Russia scrambles fighter jets to escort U.S. strategic bombers over Black Sea
A royal rest: Queen Elizabeth told by doctors to take a break
'We don't have water'
A South American dam faces an energy crunch as the Parana River ebbs
Activists battle high costs, travel curbs to make climate talks
Nigerian climate activist Goodness Dickson thought being invited to take part in the U.N. climate summit in Scotland meant he would have no trouble attending.