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5 min ago | The Fresno Bee
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4 hrs ago | Russia Taday
US soldiers stand guard near the site of a suicide attack in Maidan Shar, the capital city of Wardak province south of Kabul on September 8, 2013.
8 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com
The Obama administration's foreign policy in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia has led to complete chaos in a region already fraught with instability.
12 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes
It isn't every day that the most interesting foreign news in Indian newspapers is published on the "Tenders" pages.
16 hrs ago | PakTribune
All it took to land Din Muhammed in a cell at an Afghan shrine, chained up and living on bread for 40 days, was an argument with his father.
The proposed bilateral security agreement between the United States and Afghanistan will determine the scope and size of the U.S. military presence there after 2014.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai, center, is surrounded by body guards as he arrives at a mosque inside the presidential palace to deliver his Eid al-Adha message, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013.
Sgt. Alex Herron from 1st Platoon America Company of the 3-7 Infantry Battalion, 4th Brigade 3rd Infantry Division, occupy a police checkpoint during a patrol to secure Highway 1 as a NATO convoy passes along it from their base at COP Soltan Kheyl to the village of Haft Asyab, Sayedabad District, Wardak Province, Afghanistan, Thursday, September ... (more)
While catching up with one another over the challenges facing ordinary Afghans and Egyptians, Sherif Sameer and I talked about how 'opening our eyes' could go a long way to building a better world.
Albert Henry Haas, 64, loved his job as a civilian aircraft mechanic at Bagram Air Base, near the Afghanistan capital of Kabul.
Russ Brandon may be second-guessing the viability of the Bills in Toronto series, at least from a competitive standpoint.
Frustration is mounting in Washington, and among NATO allies, over Karzai's refusal to sign a bilateral security agreement , intended to shape the US military presence in the country beyond 2014.
KABUL, Afghanistan - It's painful for US soldiers to hear discussions and watch movies about modern wars when the dialogue is full of obsolete slang, like "chopper" and "GI."
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has urged Afghanistan's government to sign the Bilateral Security Agreement with the United States as a matter of urgency.
An Afghan man rides a horse at sunset on Nadir Khan hill in Kabul, Afghanistan. Auliya Atrafi paid thousands of dollars and risked his life to escape the Taliban-controlled country, only to return after 12 years living in England.
The exterior of the Regional Command-Southwest Command and Control Facility, which was meant to serve as a command headquarters at Camp Leatherneck in Helmand, Afghanistan.