February 26 – A Taliban suicide bomb attack on a Turkish government vehicle in Kabul kills at least one person.
March 24 - During a visit to the US by Ghani and Abdullah, the US President announced that the US forces will remain at a level of about 9800 troops through 2015 and will not be drawn down to 5000 as had been originally planned.
Late May - Secret talks were held in the Chinese city of Urumqi between Afghanistan's peace envoy and representatives of the Taliban. The meeting was reportedly facilitated by Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI.
2015 Kabul Parliament attack - the Taliban use a car bomb, assault rifles and RPGs to attack the parliament, killing a woman and injuring 30 civilians.
July 7 - The third senior group commander of ISIL in Afghanistan; Shahidullah Shahid, was killed along with 5 other terrorists in a U.S. drone strike in Nangarhar province.
July 13 - At least 33 people have been killed in a suicide car bomb attack near Camp Chapman housing both Afghan and international troops in Khost province.
July 20 - Eight Afghan soldiers were killed and 5 wounded by friendly fire from a U.S. Apache helicopter in Logar province, south of Kabul during a battle with insurgents.
Early August - A Taliban suicide bomber attacked a checkpoint near the entrance to the international airport in Kabul, killing five people.
August 22 - A Suicide attack on a NATO convoy in Kabul kills 12 and injures 66.
August 26 - Two NATO soldiers were killed in an 'insider attack'in Helmand province.
October 1 to 4 - U.S. aircraft launched 22 airstrikes over four days on Taliban targets in Kunduz.
October 2 - A U.S. C-130 aircraft crashed at Jalalabad airport in a non-hostile incident, killing 12.
October 10 - An RAF Puma Mk2 helicopter crashed as it was landing at NATO training and support mission HQ in Kabul, killing 5 NATO personnel.
October 7 to 11 - In Shorabak district, Kandahar province, 200 U.S. and Afghan Special forces operators supported by 63 U.S. airstrikes destroyed 'probably the largest ever' AQIS training camp, killing Some 160 al-Qaeda terrorists. Also that day, the Taliban attacked a British military convoy in Kabul, there were no British casualties however 7 Afghans were injured.
October 13 - A U.S. F-16 was struck by insurgent small arms fire whilst flying over Paktia province, forcing it to return to base.
October 14 - U.S. and Afghan forces retake the city of Kunduz after the Taliban withdraws from the city.
October 15 - President Obama announces that he will be keeping 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through most of 2016 and 5,500 into 2017, rather than reducing the force to about 1,000 service members by the end of 2016.
October 26 - The 2015 Hindu Kush earthquake of 7.5 magnitude hits north-east Afghanistan, with tremors reported in India and Pakistan, with at least 260 killed.
Unknown - The Taliban had surrounded police forces in the center of Marja District, threatening to take over that town and open the way for an assault on the provincial capital. But in a rescue mission by eight United States Special Operations soldiers leading a contingent of Afghan soldiers, kept the district in government control
Unknown - A company of US Army Rangers and Afghan counter-terrorism forces, destroyed an al-Qaeda training camp in a “fierce fight” that lasted for several days in southeastern Afghanistan.
November 25 - The Afghan army launched an operation to rescue hostages captured by the Taliban after their helicopter was shot down in Pashtun Kot district, Faryab province the previous day. Of the 21 people on board, 3 were killed the Taliban.
Early December - NATO forces had carried out heavy airstrikes in several districts of Helmand, including Marja, Sangin and Babaji. In another joint operation, in Nawzad, NATO and Afghan forces conducted a rescue operation in which they freed 62 hostages of the Taliban, including police officers and civilians.
December 5 - Throughout the night, a group of Rangers engaged in a firefight with enemy troops near the Afghan-Pakistan border; after about 5 a.m. their commander called for an extraction after they learned of a larger enemy group approaching. A helicopter from the 160th SOAR arrived and began and received heavy fire from the enemy, an AH-64 Apache helicopter from the 1st Battalion 101st Aviation Regiment escorting the helicopter, put their Apache directly between the U.S. troops, the helicopter and the enemy forces to draw the fire. As a result, the extraction was a success.
December 8 - The Taliban attack Kandahar Airport killing 37 people including 9 Taliban insurgents and 35 people were injured as well as one insurgent 
December 17 - Green Berets from A Company, 1st Battalion, 19th Special Forces Group were accompanying a team of Afghan commandos in a clearing operation in Khan Neshin Valley in Helmand province; a firefight broke out whilst they were clearing several structures resulting in 2 Afghans killed and 2 Americans were wounded, at least 5 enemy combatants were killed, one green beret was awarded the Silver star for his actions in the engagement.
December 21 - The Taliban carried out a suicide attack on a joint NATO and Afghan patrol near the Kandahar air base killing six US airmen.
December 25 - Ashraf Ghani & Narendra Modi, inaugurate new Parliament building of Afghanistan And an earthquake hits Northern Afghanistan.
^"Afghanistan drone strike 'kills IS commander Abdul Rauf'". BBC News. 9 February 2015. Retrieved 24 February 2015. A drone strike in Afghanistan has killed a militant commander who recently swore allegiance to Islamic State (IS), officials say. The police chief of Helmand said that former Taliban commander Mullah Abdul Rauf had died in the strike.