ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Officials from the four nations seeking to end Afghanistan's 15-year-old war agreed on Saturday to press for direct talks between Taliban groups and the U.S.-backed government in Kabul by the end of the month.
In the latest effort to find a negotiated settlement to the protracted and bloody conflict in Afghanistan, representatives from four countries — the United States, China, Afghanistan and Pakistan — met in Islamabad Saturday and vowed to continue working on a roadmap for peace talks with the Taliban. The so-called Quadrilateral Coordination Group has met [...]
The US-led international community's stability-first approach has neglected establishment of the rule of law.
At least 28 militants of the Daesh extremist organization were eliminated as a result of a drone strike by the Afghan Security Forces in the east of the country, local media reported, citing authorities.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Representatives from Pakistan, Afghanistan, the United States and China met in Islamabad on Saturday to continue work on a roadmap for peace talks with Taliban insurgents who have ramped up their violent campaign against the government in Kabul.
WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon on Friday begrudgingly released 198 photos showing abuse of detainees held by U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan during the George W. Bush administration. The afternoon dump of photos, in response to a 2004 Freedom...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon on Friday released 198 photographs linked to allegations of abuse of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan, many of them showing close-ups of cuts and bruises to arms and legs of prisoners held in U.S. facilities.
The Pentagon Releases 200 Images of Detainee Abuse After years of fighting a court order, the Pentagon on Friday released nearly 200 pictures related to U.S. military abuse of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan. The photographs belong to a larger collection of as many as 2,100 images taken between...
The Pentagon on Friday released 198 photographs from detainee abuse investigations in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, while blocking the release of 1,800 more.
On Friday, the Pentagon released 198 photographs of detainees being abused by US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan between 2003-2006, after a lengthy legal battle with the American Civil Liberties Union.
The US Department of Defense has made public 198 photographs documenting abuse of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2002 to 2006.
After years of fighting a court order, the Pentagon on Friday released nearly 200 pictures related to U.S. military abuse of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan. The photographs belong to a larger collection of as many as 2,100 imagesShow More Summary
Housing Police Officer Patrick Espeut filmed an emotional video of the posthumous homecoming of an NYPD comrade killed in Afghanistan.
This week, Gabe and Katy are once again joined by Afghanistan veteran Adrian Bonenberger to discuss counterinsurgency, the realities of military life, and what we learned in episode six, “5 O’Clock Shadow,” about Bowe Bergdahl’s experiences in Paktika Province. Show More Summary
For about five years during America's long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Tech. Sgt. Loren Wells had what he called the "best and the worst job in the Air Force."
A round-up of the Under-19 World Cup games played on February 5, 2016
Military engagement in NATO's combat operations may soon become mandatory for all members of Montenegro's armed forces, media reports said.
Kabul became a member of the global alliance against the Islamic State in a bid for political legitimacy and as a way to extend the US military presence in Afghanistan, experts told Sputnik.
9:56 PM: Sanders really is not comfortable talking about Afghanistan. 10:03 PM: For whatever reason, in my mind I keep coming back to the metaphor of a boxing match in thinking of the exchange between these two. You see this pattern where they keep looking for broad thematic disagreements, past votes, etc. Show More Summary
By Jim McGovern and John Isaacs President Obama never wanted an endless war in Afghanistan, but that is exactly what America is currently facing. Just last week, the Washington Post reported that "Top U.S. military commanders... areShow More Summary