A recently released internal report from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) reveals their agents knew early on they had made an error and arrested the wrong man, yet continued the detention for four months at a clandestine black site.
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The bombings were the second large-scale assault by the militants in Kabul in less than two weeks.
Two suicide bombers struck a convoy of buses carrying recently-graduated Afghan police cadets, according to wire service reports. The Taliban has claimed responsibility.
The Afghan Taliban killed at least 30 trainee policemen Thursday in a bomb attack on a convoy transporting recruits through the capital, Kabul, according to officials. The group’s spokesman Zubihullah Mujahid claimed responsibility for...Show More Summary
The attack took place west of the Afghan capital, Kabul.
KABUL (Reuters) - Two Taliban suicide bombers killed at least 27 people and wounded around 40 in an attack on Thursday on buses carrying recently graduated cadets on the western outskirts of Kabul, officials said. Three buses were attacked...Show More Summary
Afghan police recruits in bus convoy targeted on their way into capital to celebrate Muslim holiday of Eid; dozens killed
KABUL (Reuters) - At least 27 people were killed and 40 wounded on Thursday when suicide bombers attacked buses carrying newly graduated police cadets to the Afghan capital Kabul, an government official said.
Fighters target police academy in capital Kabul in latest attack this month.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate panel decided Wednesday to provide an additional 4,000 visas to allow Afghans who sided with the American-led coalition and are at risk of being killed or injured by the Taliban to resettle in the United States. Shaheen and Sen. Show More Summary
How Afghan “veteran” Sebastian Junger promotes PTSD denial and dismissal.
What appeared to be four construction workers driving flatbed trucks to a work site turned out to be something far worse Tuesday. Afghan...
In an interview with Radio Sputnik Afghan political analyst Mehdi Parsa spoke about his people’s response to the outcome of the fateful referendum on Britain’s exit from the EU.
Kabul (Reuters) - Violence and intimidation against journalists in Afghanistan has spiked sharply this month, with much of it coming from government security forces, the main journalists' right groups said on Tuesday.
On a recent afternoon in Lashkar Gah, the capital of Afghanistan’s Helmand province, the Emergency Surgical Hospital for war victims was unusually quiet. After a busy week, with spring temperatures pushing 115 degrees, the staff looked hollowed-eyed with exhaustion. Show More Summary
About 131 militants allegedly belonged to the Daesh terrorist group were killed Sunday in a security operation in eastern Afghanistan.
The judge working in a provincial court was shot dead by unidentified gunmen before publicly displaying his body.
Afghan security forces and national defense killed 58 insurgents, including 43 Daesh terrorists in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar, according to a statement.