• This photo taken by a freelance photographer Abdul Salam Khan using his smart phone on Sunday, May 22, 2016, purports to show the destroyed vehicle in which  Mullah Mohammad Akhtar Mansour was traveling in the Ahmad Wal area in Baluchistan province of Pakistan, near Afghanistan's border. A senior commander of the Afghan Taliban confirmed on Sunday that the extremist group's leader,  Mullah Mohammad Akhtar Mansour, has been killed in a U.S. drone strike. (AP Photo/Abdul Salam Khan)

    The Latest: Kerry praises killing of Taliban leader

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Latest on the killing of Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Akhtar Mansour in a drone strike (all times local):

  • In this Oct. 15, 2015, file photo, U.S. soldiers walk into the charred remains of the Doctors Without Borders, MSF, hospital in the northern city of Kunduz, Afghanistan. The leading medical charity that suffered massive losses when U.S. helicopter gunships mistakenly struck its clinic in Kunduz is criticizing the United States for failing to pay compensation to the wounded and families of the Afghans killed in the assault last September. MSF said Washington should "urgently address" the issue -- even as the Afghan government prepares to rebuild the hospital with millions of dollars donated by the U.S. military. (AP Photo/Najim Rahim, File)

    Medical charity MSF urges US to pay Afghan hospital victims

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A leading medical charity that suffered massive losses when U.S. helicopter gunships mistakenly struck its clinic in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz is criticizing the United States for failing to pay compensation to the wounded and families of the Afghans killed in the assault last October.

  • Protesters run during a massive anti-government protest in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, May 16, 2016. Authorities locked down Afghanistan's capital Monday as tens of thousands of members of an ethnic minority group marched through the streets to protest the proposed route of a power line. (AP Photo/Massoud Hossaini)

    Afghan capital locked down for massive demonstration

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Tens of thousands of Afghanistan’s ethnic Hazaras marched on Monday through downtown Kabul, demanding the government reroute a planned power line through their poverty-stricken province so they can get more access to electricity. The massive protest reflected widespread dismay with the administration of President Ashraf Ghani.