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Civilian Deaths In Afghanistan Reach New High In 2014
The Fruits Of A $60 Billion U.S. Expenditure In Afghanistan Are Now Secret
Obama Congratulates Afghanistan, Calls Elections 'Critical' For Democratic Future
Memo to Robert Gates: Duty, Sir, Lies in Getting a War's Premise Right
"Wars are a lot easier to get into than out of," Gates writes. Indeed! And the way to make wars much harder to get into is the requirement...
NATO Says Failure To Sign Defense Pact Would End Afghan Mission
By Adrian Croft BRUSSELS, Dec 2 (Reuters) - NATO would have to pull all its troops out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014...
U.S. Threatens To Pull Out All Troops As Karzai Holds Up Afghanistan Deal
By Jessica Donati and Mark Felsenthal KABUL/WASHINGTON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai has refused...
Official: Adulterers May Be Stoned Under New Afghan Law
By Mirwais Harooni and Katharine Houreld KABUL, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Death by stoning for convicted adulterers is being written...
Afghan-U.S. Security Pact In Limbo
By Jessica Donati and Hamid Shalizi KABUL, Nov 20 (Reuters) - The text of a U.S.-Afghan pact that sets out a blueprint...
U.S. And Afghanistan Finally Agree On Crucial Security Pact
KABUL, Nov 19 (Reuters) - The United States and Afghanistan have agreed a final version of a crucial security pact outlining where and...
After More Than 10 Years Of War, Afghanistan's Opium Production Hits Record High
By Dylan Welch and Mohammad Stanekzai KABUL, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Afghan opium cultivation has hit a record high as international...
Afghanistan Withdrawal Puts Programs For Women And Girls At Risk
WASHINGTON -- As coalition forces withdraw from Afghanistan in 2014, it will be increasingly difficult to ensure that U.S. taxpayer dollars...
Staggering Number of Afghan Police Die Every Week In Fighting Season
Agence France Presse
Nearly 80 Afghan police have died every week during the current fighting season, officials said Tuesday, as the national security forces...
Kabul: Major Issues In Security Deal Remain Unresolved
By Hamid Shalizi and Jessica Donati KABUL, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Afghanistan and the United States have not yet agreed on...
Afghan Assembly To Decide Next Month Future Of U.S. Troops
KABUL, Oct 19 (Reuters) - The future role of U.S. troops in Afghanistan after 2014, to be set down in a bilateral accord, will be put...
U.S. Lacks Comprehensive Anti-Corruption Strategy In Afghanistan, Despite Sending Billions In Aid
The United States has spent $96 billion to assist in the reconstruction of Afghanistan since 2002, yet still lacks a comprehensive strategy...
Police Officers Go 'Fishing' With RPG, Kill 6 Kids
Eight Afghan police officers have been arrested following a fishing accident that killed six children in the Doshi district of northern...
U.S. Soldier Behind Afghan Massacre Apologizes For 'Act Of Cowardice'
By Jonathan Kaminsky TACOMA, Washington, Aug 22 (Reuters) - A decorated U.S. soldier who gunned down 16 unarmed Afghan...
About Afghanistan War Blog
Critical stories from the United States' longest war.
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NASA, ESA, Allison Loll/Jeff Hester
North Korea Sentences Korean-American To 10 Years Of Hard Labor
KCNA KCNA / Reuters
Construction Workers In Spain Find 1,300 Pounds Of Ancient Roman Coins
Former Nazi Guard Apologizes To Victims: 'Auschwitz Was A Nightmare'
Hero Dog Rescues 7 People, Then Collapses And Dies
City of Ibarra Fire Department
All You Need To Know About The UK's Anti-Semitism Scandal
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