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1 hr ago | News Herald
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)
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1 hr ago | The Economist
IT IS hard to say what is most infuriating about Hamid Karzai: his kleptocratic entourage or his profound ingratitude to the Western soldiers whose blood has kept him in power.
5 hrs ago | The Daily Star
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.
As of last weekend, the much-anticipated security pact governing the future of American troops in Afghanistan looked good to go.
The U.S. is considering cutting Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai out of the peace process in the area, due to his aversion to signing an agreement that would keep U.S. troops after 2014.
"12 Years A Slave," the powerful new movie that portrays better than any film before it the horrific reality of slavery, holds lessons for Americans-and not just about the evils of the antebellum South.
Since Jimmy Carter's utter miscalculations led to the installation of a radical theocracy in Iran, the Persian nation has become a thorn in the world's body politic -- a rogue state in many ways fostering terrorism and preparing a nuclear capability that frightens most of its neighbors.
U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after their meeting in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, November 1, 2013.
The Obama administration is currently engaged in the negotiation of a bilateral security agreement to retain an estimated 10,000 U.S. military personnel in Afghanistan through 2024.
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.
The U.S. military has halted ground shipments of cargo leaving Afghanistan via its key Pakistan supply route to ensure the safety of drivers following protests in Pakistan over American drone strikes, a Pentagon spokesman said on Tuesday.
The visiting top American and Pakistani diplomats on Tuesday called for accelerated progress in the Afghan reconciliation process, Islamabad, Dec 3, IRNA reported.
NATO foreign ministers pressed Afghanistan Tuesday to sign an accord on the alliance's new role in Afghanistan and called for dialogue in Ukraine after Kiev ditched an accord with the EU, sparking violent protests.
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His assignment: to answer questions from Americans puzzled by the abstruse intricacies of the American way of war and by the etiquette, manners, and language of the arcane national security world of Washington.
Iranian newly-appointed Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham attends the handover ceremony to take over her position in Tehran on September 1, 2013.