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When Spc. Rashonda Covin, a supply clerk, decided to join the Army a little more than two years ago, she and her husband, a former Marine, took their three children and decided to devote their lives to the Army mission.
KABUL, 22 April 2014 - Last year, Afghanistan's Ghor Province lost thousands of its inhabitants.
"May God keep you away from the venom of the cobra, the teeth of the tiger, and the revenge of the Afghans" Those aren't my words.
Kabul, April 22: At least four militants were killed and eight others were detained Tuesday as security forces stormed Taliban hideouts in Afghanistan, the country's interior ministry said.
Since it was set up in 2010 The Linda Norgrove Foundation has distributed over half a million pounds to help women and children affected by the war in Afghanistan.
THE future for Afghanistan remains as unpredictable as ever, a British MP has warned, as the country prepares for the election of a new leader.
Two children race each other down a street in the old city section of Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, November 6, 2009.
Here's a workout that is as close to a 'total package' as I could get using a minimum number of... Hamidullah Saadat, then an interpreter with 1st Battalion, 6th Marines, smiles for a photo with Marine Sgt.
For one of the most aggressive rebuttals to the Republican "war on women" since Democrats adopted the line of attack a few years ago, look to Arizona Republican Martha McSally , the first American female combat pilot.
Speaking after a meeting with female parliamentarians in the capital Kabul, Jan Kubis, who is also head of the UN Assistance Mission in the country , congratulated Afghan women on their participation in the elections - as voters, electoral workers, observers and candidates.
Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014.
A top Afghan peace negotiator held under house arrest in the United Arab Emirates has been released and returned to Kabul, an Afghan peace council official said on Monday, seemingly closing the door on a peace track favoured by President Hamid Karzai.
An Afghan woman in a burka flips an ink-stained middle finger to a Talib armed with a Kalashnikov to show she was unafraid to cast her vote in the presidential election.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Kabul, April 5, 2014.