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  Kidnapped Red Cross staff released in
TOLOnewsKidnapped Red Cross staff released in Afghanistan after seven monthsReuters.comKABUL (Reuters) - Two Red Cross staff members kidnapped early this year in Afghanistan have been released, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Tuesday. The two were abducted on Feb. 8 while delivering assistance in Jawzjan province, ...Two ICRC Hostages FreedTOLOnewsall 6 news articles »
Posted on 5 September 2017 | 5:09 am
  Sweden is deporting blind 106-year-old
MetroSweden is deporting blind 106-year-old grandmother back to AfghanistanMetroA 106-year-old blind woman who was carried across mountains from Afghanistan to Sweden has been told she will be deported. Bibikhal Uzbek is believed to be the world's oldest asylum seeker, and her family say she will not survive the trip back to her ...Sweden is deporting a 106-year-old blind Afghan refugee to the “safe” part of AfghanistanQuartzSweden To Deport 106-Year-Old Afghan WomanTOLOnewsAfghanistan's oldest female asylum seeker faces deportation from SwedenKhaama Press (press release) (blog)all 23 news articles »
Posted on 5 September 2017 | 2:53 am
  Afghanistan's disabled war veterans making a
The IndependentAfghanistan's disabled war veterans making a living on the streetThe IndependentAfghan soldier Mehrullah Safi's military career ended in southern Helmand province last year when a rocket-propelled grenade exploded next to him, severing his right leg. Now he sells mobile telephone cards in the street. Tens of thousands of Afghan ...and more »
Posted on 5 September 2017 | 2:35 am
  Afghanistan and Eggs - War Is Boring
The GuardianAfghanistan and EggsWar Is BoringI spent the last decade-and-a-half listening to the nation's military leaders explaining, over bacon and eggs, how the U.S. was making progress in Afghanistan. Ever since 2001, officers and their civilian overseers would regularly stop by the Fairmont ...Afghan civilians count cost of renewed US air campaignThe GuardianTrump promises Afghanistan victory, but his plan is murkyThe Philadelphia TribuneThe Taliban: Undefeated, and possibly undefeatableAljazeera.comDaily Nebraskan -The Nationall 55 news articles »
Posted on 5 September 2017 | 2:34 am
  BRICS Summit: India, Russia agree to expand
Economic TimesBRICS Summit: India, Russia agree to expand cooperation to stabilise AfghanistanEconomic TimesXIAMEN, CHINA: India and Russia on Monday agreed to expand cooperation to stabilise war-torn Afghanistan where both have stakes, besides exploring ways to further trade, investment and energy ties amid New Delhi's attempt to expand presence in far ...BRICS leaders want violence in Afghanistan ceasedPajhwok Afghan News (subscription) (blog)BRICS Summit 2017: Modi, Putin discuss bilateral issues, security situation in AfghanistanThe Indian Expressall 1,865 news articles »
Posted on 4 September 2017 | 11:32 am
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  Hard Graft: The Wasteful War in Afghanistan
Corruption, fraud, theft, waste. These four dull horsemen of the auditor’s apocalypse are as common as violent death in Afghanistan and as the man responsible for overseeing the United States’ $109.7 billion reconstruction effort in the country, John ...
Posted on 28 August 2015 | 1:13 am
  1,000 tonnes onion coming from Afghanistan
Onion supplies from Afghanistan have surged in the past few days with about 1,000 tonnes of kitchen staple coming per day to India through Attari-Wagah land route, say traders. As the import feasibility level is high in case of Afghanistan, supplies may ...
Posted on 28 August 2015 | 1:06 am
  Onion import from Afghanistan increased to
Onion import from Afghanistan has increased as daily 20-25 big trucks carrying about 1,000 tonnes of commodity are coming into India through Attari-Wagah land route, Rajdeep Uppal, former Chairman of CII (Amritsar zone), told PTI. As the import feasibility ...
Posted on 28 August 2015 | 12:58 am
  Can China Assert Itself in Afghanistan?
Confirmation of Mullah Omar’s death has confused an already difficult picture in Afghanistan. Precarious relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan have been pushed even closer to breaking point, and the one bright spot, that of increased regional ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 11:07 pm
  Why is ISIS failing in Afghanistan?
New Delhi, Aug 28: The ISIS has not been finding the going smooth in Afghanistan. The ease with which it decimated the al-Qaeda in Iraq and Syria, one would have expected that the ISIS would make major gains in Afghanistan as well. However, the ISIS seems ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 10:22 pm
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  General: No rush to set post-2014 US force
The U.S. should keep troops in Afghanistan after the combat mission ends next year, but a decision on the number can wait until the Afghan army has been tested in this summer's fighting, the top U.S. commander in Kabul said Tuesday.
Posted on 16 April 2013 | 7:59 am
  Some hopeful signs out of the Afghan army
Gen. Mohammad Sharif Yaftali, commander of Afghanistan's 203rd Thunder Corps, looked happy as he sat down for lunch in his eastern command post near the border with Pakistan.
Posted on 15 April 2013 | 12:03 pm
  Correction: Afghanistan-Opium story
In an April 15 story about a U.N. report on opium production in Afghanistan, The Associated Press miscalculated the price per pound for opium. The correct version is that prices went from about $60 to $85 a kilogram ($27 to $38 a pound) to $300 ($136) in
Posted on 15 April 2013 | 1:16 am
  Official says 5 Afghan guards killed in
An Afghan official says insurgents have ambushed a convoy of trucks in a restive province near the capital, Kabul, killing five members of a government guard force.
Posted on 13 April 2013 | 7:53 am
  Report: Afghan militants could get contract
Militant groups in Afghanistan could still obtain U.S. government contracts and siphon off American taxpayer dollars because administrative flaws and misunderstandings are hampering a law aimed at weeding out corruption, a top auditor warned Thursday.
Posted on 11 April 2013 | 1:53 pm
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  PuriVirender: RT @PuriVirender: Pakistan
PuriVir~~@er: RT @PuriVir~~@er: Pakistan replied in its own language @ UNGA by India Bangladesh & Afghanistan when each of them called Pakistan as #Terro…
Posted on 22 September 2017 | 7:14 pm
  dwntwnpuccid: Granted he did say that he’s
dwntwnpuccid: Granted he did say that he’s stati^@ed in Afghanistan but still... how the ^& some^@e take you up top through instant message
Posted on 22 September 2017 | 7:14 pm
  Rendla: RT @MilitaryEarth: Please help me
R%@^la: RT @MilitaryEarth: Please help me h^^*or Navy SEAL Br%@^an Lo^^*ey who selflessly sacrificed his life seven years ago today in Afghanistan fo…
Posted on 22 September 2017 | 7:14 pm
  DannyIsPaz: RT @MilitaryEarth: Please help
DannyIsPaz: RT @MilitaryEarth: Please help me h~%@#or Army Spc. Chazray C. Clark who selflessly sacrificed his life six years ago in Afghanistan for our…
Posted on 22 September 2017 | 7:14 pm
  fallujahredux: RT @SOFREPRadio: Episode 285
fallujahredux: RT @SOFREPRadio: Episode 285 up with @fallujahredux talking #counterinsurgency and his book #InTheWarlordsShadow about #Afghanistan https:/…
Posted on 22 September 2017 | 7:14 pm
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  Resolved Question: Historical background of
I just finished reading Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseni. I have to say that it's one of the greatest books I ever read in my life. Anyway, while I was reading the book, I have some trouble understanding the political and historical background of the book. The book mentions how Baba (protagonist's father) hates the Russian. Also, the book talks about the suppressed regime of Taliban and the massacre of Hazara people. Are Russian and Taliban two rival factions during the late 80's and early 90's? Are they both corrupted? Why is a massacre, which happens to be something I had never even heard about in my world history class? Why did the Afghans fleet to Pakistan? Didn't Pakistan have some territorial conflicts with India (which is something I did learn in my history class)? I know I sound ignorant for not knowing what was going. So, please give me some historical background of Afghanistan in the time the book took place. Also, I'll appreciate it if you can condense the materials instead of posting a textbook for me to read!
Posted on 5 August 2013 | 3:59 pm
  Resolved Question: Normal temperature
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Posted on 17 January 2013 | 10:47 pm
  Resolved Question: Can someone please
I've heard so much about it: Russians, osama bin laden in cia, america, 9/11, taliban, but can someone just put it straight and tell me...why are our soldiers in afghanistan
Posted on 2 August 2012 | 6:37 pm
  Resolved Question: Afghanistan war(present)?
i would like to know these things about the afghanistan war,its for a school project what caused it? What are the australian troops doing there? What other countries are in that war fighting? and if you can could you also give me some references like websites[: best answer gets 10 points.
Posted on 21 March 2011 | 8:36 pm
  Resolved Question: What were the main causes
Hi, I was just wondering because we see so much about the war in Afghanistan on the news but I don't really know what its about. Does anyone know the main causes, but could you explain them simply because I am just a teen :')) ..Haha, I'm not that young, I just live in the UK and I kind of block myself away from the media
Posted on 7 December 2010 | 4:10 am
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