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Getting Out Of Afghanistan
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Getting Out Of Afghanistan

The convoy of army trucks, cranes, and flatbeds has been chugging its way under cover of darkness through the craggy mountains of eastern Afghanistan for hours. Now just a few miles from its destination, an outpost in the town of Chamkani, a stone's ... Fast Company, 10 hours ago
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Afghanistan arrests militants linked to journalist killing

Mumbai, Jan 28 (IANS) Veteran journalist D. K. Raikar, group editor of the Lokmat Group, was named for the prestigious 'Lokmanya Tilak Lifetime Achievement Award for Journalism' for 2013, an official said here Wednesday.Besides Raikar from Mumbai, ...
 24Dunia11 hours ago Commander of group that claimed killing Swedish journalist arrested  The Hindu18 hours ago
Pravda

Would American and British political leaders learn any lessons from their failure in the on-going wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? For over 13 years, they were not engaged to promote democracy or to protect human dignity and rights or any logical discourse a

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. There's no question that this "war" will continue indefinitely. There is no question that US actions are the cause of that, the gasoline that fuels the fire. The only question - and it's becoming less of a question for ...
 Pravda11 hours ago Peace or War: Global Political Quagmire  Counter Currents8 hours ago
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Afghan Taliban confirms delegation's visit to China

Amid indications that China was keen on playing a greater role in Afghanistan after the drawdown of US-led NATO forces, the Taliban have said their delegation visited Beijing to explore possibility of a Chinese role in reaching a deal with the new ...
 Business Standard India16 hours ago Afghan Taliban confirm Beijing meeting for peace talks  Turkish Press11 hours ago China's trade with Afghanistan in December 2014  Individual.com2 days ago Taliban Says China Will Have No Mediatory Role In Any Peace Talks  London South East1 day ago

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Six billion dollars. That's what the Pentagon says it cost to get the U.S. military out of Afghanistan. It's a hefty price tag. But it's incomplete. In fact, the figure wildly understates what U.S. taxpayers actually spent. The Pentagon tallies up ...
 Fast Company19 hours ago
Gizmodo

The US Military Had One Hell of a Time Getting Gear Out of Afghanistan

NATO formally ended combat operations at the end of 2014, but the U.S. military couldn't just...leave. No, pulling out of Afghanistan was a massive operation in itself, one that took three years of planning and cost an estimated $28 billion—just ...
 Gizmodo9 hours ago Afghanistan at a crossroads  Gulf Time UAE9 hours ago Afghanistan: Emerging dilemma in Post NATO withdrawal  World Bulletin18 hours ago US, NATO ceremonially end Afghan combat mission  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Officer who foiled Afghan mission attack gets Shaurya Chakra

NEW DELHI: In a rare honour government has conferred Shaurya Chakra on ITBP inspector Manjeet Singh, who led his commandos in repulsing an audacious terrorist attack on the Indian consulate in Afghanistan's Herat province last year. The 36-year-old ...
 Times of India1 day ago 4 ITBP men awarded for thwarting attack on consulate in Afghanistan  Indian Express3 days ago ITBP officer gets Shaurya Chakra for thwarting Herat attack  Business Standard India1 day ago
DAWN Group

US assures Pak TTP Chief Mullah Fazlullah will be arrested, killed in Afghanistan

Karachi, Jan 27 (ANI): The United States has reportedly assured Pakistan that Tehreek-i-Taliban (TTP) Chief Mullah Fazlullah would either be arrested or killed in Afghanistan, adding that if he is arrested, he would be handed over to Pakistan. ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago US assures support to arrest, kill Fazlullah, Senate committee told  DAWN Group2 days ago
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Frontier Post

Decision on final version of 3-way railroad this year

KABUL (Pajhwok): The Tajikistan transport minister said on Monday a final version of the much-delayed Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Turkmenistan railway route would be finalised in the current year. Hayrullo Asozoda told reporters in Dushanbe the final ...
 Frontier Post1 day ago Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Turkmenistan railway route to be determined this year  Avesta2 days ago A Timid Uzbek-Tajik Rapprochement  24.kg3 days ago
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Christian Science Monitor

And the war goes on in Afghanistan

Whatever Washington claims regarding its official version of ending the US occupation of Afghanistan after 14 years of torture and bloodshed, the war goes on in the country where the Taliban continue to make life hopeless and there is no end in ...
 IRIB World Service3 days ago Military honours for Afghanistan service  9News.com.au3 days ago Paradigm shift in Afghan policy raises hopes for peace  Business Recorder6 days ago It's 'melting': A window on Pentagon construction spending in Afghanistan  Christian Science Monitor1 week ago
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