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Pakistani fighters reportedly killed in Afghanistan

More to this story Pakistani intelligence officials sayUS drone strike has killed at least nine Pakistani fighters in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province. Tuesday's drone strike occurred near the site of fierce fighting on the Pakistani side of ... Al Jazeera, 6 days ago

Assassination attempt on Afghan vice president thwarted: Officials

Intelligence authorities in war-ravaged Afghanistan say they have foiled a plot to kill Afghan First Vice President Abdul Rashid Dustom in the country's northern province of Jawzjan. According to Press TV, Afghanistan's intelligence service, the ...
 IRIB World Service1 week ago

CIA (Taxpayer) Money was Used to Pay Ransom to Al-Qaeda

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) practice of funneling money to the government of Afghanistan inadvertently resulted in some of it being given to al Qaeda as a result of a hostage ransom. Five years ago, the regime of President ...
 AllGov1 week ago UPDATE: Afghan officials used CIA money to pay ransom to al Qaeda: NYT  TD Ameritrade2 weeks ago Afghan Officials Used CIA Money To Pay Ransom To Al Qaeda: NYT  FOXBusiness.com2 weeks ago Capitol Report: Afghan officials used CIA money to pay ransom to al Qaeda: NYT  Global Advisors2 weeks ago
Miami Herald

US troops could remain in Afghanistan even after 2016

By Matthew Rosenberg and Mark Mazzetti WASHINGTON: A White House official Friday appeared to leave open the possibility that US troops could remain in Afghanistan after President Barack Obama leaves office, in what would be a marked shift from the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Obama says he'll slow Afghanistan drawdown 'so we don't have to go back'  Los Angeles Times5 days ago DEFENSE OVERNIGHT: Obama hits pause on Afghan drawdown  The Hill5 days ago Obama slows U.S. troop pullout from Afghanistan  Miami Herald5 days ago

U.S. drone strike kills 11 Pakistani Taliban militants in Afghanistan, officials say

Earlier on Tuesday, a drone strike killed nine militants in the same area in northeast Afghanistan. REUTERS - A U.S. drone strike killed 11 Pakistani Taliban militants in northeastern Afghanistan, including six or seven senior commanders, ...
 Haaretz5 days ago US drone kills 11 Taliban members in Pakistan  Jerusalem Post5 days ago US drone kills 9 Pak Taliban militants in Afghanistan  Rediff.com6 days ago American drones strike again  The Nation Pakistan6 days ago
The Guardian Express

Afghan leadership duo visit US to secure troops, aid

10:48 Afghan President Ashraf Ghani (L) and the Afghan Chief Executive Officer, Abdullah Abdullah.(AFP Photo / Jawad Jalali) Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his electoral rival Abdullah Abdullah are on a five-day visit to the US to ...
 Russia Today1 week ago Afghan president brings hope for peace: Column  USA Today5 days ago U.S. Drone Bombs Afghanistan as Obama and Ghani Talk Partnership  The Guardian Express5 days ago 4 Things to Expect From Afghan President Ghani's Trip to the U.S.  Wilson Center6 days ago
US News & World Report

5 Things to Look For in Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's Visit to D.C. This Week

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is in D.C. this week, meeting with top officials at the White House and the State Department ahead of a scheduled address to Congress. It's a critical time for his fledgling government , as it struggles to prove it has ...
 US News & World Report1 week ago US Congress expected to warmly welcome Ghani  Taipei Times Online4 days ago U.S.-Afghanistan Unity  US Department of State4 days ago Press Releases: Remarks at Dinner in Honor of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah  OfficialWire5 days ago
DNA India

Terrorists still alive post Khyber bombing, confirms Lashkar-e-Islam spokesperson

The intelligence officials said air force jets had targeted militants belonging to Lashkar-e-Islam, which announced an alliance with the Pakistani Taliban earlier this month, and they named the group's spokesman, Salahuddin Ayubi, as one of the ...
 DNA India4 days ago 30 Militants killed in Pakistan blitz  Gulf Time UAE4 days ago Air strikes kill 30 Pak Taliban militants  Manorama Online4 days ago Air strikes kill 30 militants allied with Pakistani Taliban: sources  Reuters5 days ago
Washington Post

U.S. Pledges to Seek Extra Spending for Afghan Military Forces

CAMP DAVID, Maryland--U.S. officials pledged to seek billions of dollars in new support for Afghan security forces, part of a bid to launch a more amiable chapter with Afghanistan's new leader after years of acrimonious relations with its last ...
 4 Traders6 days ago Afghanistan president faces a delicate task on first official Washington visit  Washington Post1 week ago New Afghan president to embark on crucial US visit  Stars and Stripes1 week ago

U.N. sees sharp spike in heroin found at Afghan airports on India-bound passengers

By Krista Mahr KABUL, March 17 (Reuters) - U.N. officials recorded a sharp spike this year in the amount of heroin being seized from passengers trying to fly from Afghanistan to India, a worrying trend since the Taliban insurgency lines its pockets ...
 AlertNet1 week ago Sharp rise in heroin seized from India-bound flyers in Afghanistan  Reuters India1 week ago Alarming spike in drug seizures at Afghan airports  Gulf Times1 week ago Sharp spike in heroin found at Afghan airports on India-bound passengers: UN  Livemint.com1 week ago
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