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7 Afghan Military Students AWOL from US Training Facilities in September

Afghan military students are coming to America under the pretense that they will one day return to Afghanistan and defeat the Taliban, ISIS, and...

At least 12 Afghan soldiers die in 'insider attack'

Taliban claims responsibility for incident involving two colleagues assisting attackers in killing their comrades.

Twelve Afghan soldiers killed in their sleep by fellow troops: official

KUNDUZ, Afghanistan (Reuters) - As many as 12 Afghan soldiers were killed in their sleep by comrades in an outpost near the northern city of Kunduz, an official said on Tuesday, in the latest so-called "insider attack".

Tom Hiddleston caught deep in conversation with a dog

Tom Hiddleston was revealed as the new face of the Gucci Cruise 2017 tailoring campaign, though he is far from the only face present. The British actor is joined by three model Afghan hounds, who appear to be more than willing to listen...Show More Summary

Tom Hiddleston Has A Heart-To-Heart With A Dog For Gucci

Tom Hiddleston can wear the fck out of a suit, so he's the new face of Gucci now. Apropos! Related: Piers Morgan Mocks Tom & Taylor's Breakup The Night Manager star appears in a series of ads alongside some Afghan hounds for some reason, and although he looks sexy in the immaculately tailored pieces, we have no idea [...]

Afghan security forces, Taliban reach impasse: US general

Afghan security forces have reached something of an impasse with the Taliban, which has been unable to expand its grip on Afghanistan but still holds large parts of the country, a US general said Friday. Army General John Nicholson,Show More Summary

Report: Germany hacked Afghan firm to help free aid worker

German weekly Der Spiegel reports that the country's army hacked a mobile phone company in Afghanistan to help free a kidnapped aid worker.

Report: Germany hacked Afghan firm to help free aid worker

BERLIN (AP) — German weekly Der Spiegel reports that the country's army hacked a mobile phone company in Afghanistan to help free a kidnapped aid worker. The magazine claims the attack on the unidentified company helped pinpoint the whereabouts of the kidnappers of a German woman, who was later released.

Maryam Monsef: ‘I have experienced a range of emotions’

Touted as Canada's first Afghan cabinet minister, Liberal MP Maryam Monsef says she learned recently that she was born in Iran The post Maryam Monsef: ‘I have experienced a range of emotions’ appeared first on

The Final Front in the Afghan War

FP’s Dan De Luce talks to Sune Rasmussen and Andrew Quilty about reporting from Helmand Province, where the fighting has worsened and the Taliban is gaining ground.

Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's group signs Afghan peace deal

Accord to allow Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, leader of a major armed group, to make a comeback despite a history of war crimes.

Violent past revisited as Afghanistan signs accord with notorious warlord

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan officials signed a peace deal on Thursday with a party led by one of the country's most notorious Islamist warlords, a move that inspired both hope and fear as it dredged up tension dating back decades.

U.S. watchdog slams Afghan anti-corruption body and former president

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An Afghan anti-corruption body formed in 2008 has been ineffective, lacks independence and never verified the asset declaration forms of former President Hamid Karzai, the U.S. government's top watchdog on Afghanistan said in a report published on Thursday.

Where To Get The Best Kebobs in Las Vegas

Put a stick in it Kebobs, while generally known as an essential part of American backyard barbecues, are quite universal. There are Greek, Persian, Afghan and Lebanese takes on the seasoned meat-on-a-stick dish, to name a few cuisines the specialize in meat on a stick. Show More Summary

Despite Bombings, Advocates Still Hope for More Visas for Afghan Interpreters

A program to speed visas for Afghan interpreters working for U.S. troops during the war may be under threat after New York's bomb attack by a U.S. citizen with Afghan roots.

The Terrorism Risk of Asylum-Seekers and Refugees: The Minnesota, New York, and New Jersey Terrorist Attacks

News stories are now reporting that the Minnesota stabber Dahir Adan entered the United States as a Somali refugee when he was 2 years old.  Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspected bomber in New York and New Jersey, entered as an Afghan asylum-seeker...Show More Summary

Asylum seeker used benefits to set up drugs network

An Afghan asylum seeker has been arrested for using his social security benefits to fly back home to set up a drugs network.

The Interpreter: 15 Years Into Afghan War, Americans Would Rather Not Talk About It

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Cautious presidential candidates and a weary public are part of a bipartisan silence over the war, which is still costing American lives and hundreds of billions of dollars.

Afghanistan conflict fuels desperate journeys

As planting season started in the northern Afghan province of Baghlan this spring, so did the fighting. One farmer, Ibrahim (he uses only one name), and his family had barely tilled their land when they had to leave. Fighting had been close by for most of the past year, but now it was in their village. Show More Summary

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