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US troops likely to support, not just train Afghan forces post 2014
Deutsche Welle

US troops likely to support, not just train Afghan forces post...

After 13 years, the ISAF mission in Afghanistan will come to an end by December 31, 2014. A residual force (likely to be 10,000 strong) is set to remain in the conflict-ridden South Asian nation after this year. Until recently, these troops were to ... Deutsche Welle, 13 hours ago
US to leave more troops in Afghanistan CHINAdaily, 1 day ago

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Army Technology

Thirteen Years Later, What Went Wrong in Afghanistan

President Barack Obama has abandoned his aim of ending America's combat role in Afghanistan at the end of this year and has broadened the U.S. military mission to counter the advances of the Taliban. In his latest book, No Good Men Among the Living ...
 MSNBC Newsweek5 hours ago Not Again, Mr. Obama! On A More Expansive Mission in Afghanistan!  Common Dreams2 days ago President Obama extends US combat mission in Afghanistan through 2015  Army Technology3 days ago

Two American Soldiers Killed in Kabul Are Identified

The two American soldiers killed Monday by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan were a command sergeant major and a decorated paratrooper, the Defense Department announced Wednesday. They were identified as Sgt. Maj. Wardell Turner, 48, of Nanticoke, ...
 NBCNews.com8 hours ago Laugh of soldier killed in Afghanistan still reverberates  Washington Post6 days ago Arlington service held for soldier killed in Afghanistan; was known for a roaring laugh  Washington Post6 days ago

Coroner cries at soldier inquest

A coroner broke down in tears while summing up at the inquest into the death of a soldier in Afghanistan. Capt Richard Holloway, of The Royal Engineers, was hit by enemy fire while on operations east of Kabul in 2013. The 29 year old from County ...
 BBC12 hours ago
Here & Now

American Troops Mark Thanksgiving In Afghanistan

U.S. soldiers choose desserts during a Thanksgiving Day meal at the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) headquarters in Kabul on November 28, 2013. (Massoud Hossaini/AFP/) For the 14th year in a row, American troops will mark ...
 Here & Now8 hours ago Germany and Italy to keep up to 1,350 soldiers in Afghanistan  Reuters1 week ago Why we should be thankful this Thanksgiving  Huffington Post1 day ago
Nikkei Asian Review

8. Company incorporated to build, own and operate 1,800 km TAPI pipeline

GAIL India Ltd and the state gas companies of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan have established a company that will build, own, and operate the planned 1,800 km, 56 inch diameter Turkmenistan Afghanistan Pakistan India (TAPI) natural gas ...
 Pipelines International8 hours ago Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India Pipeline Company holds First Board meeting, appoints Chairman  Business Insights3 days ago Turkmenistan to pipe gas to Afghanistan, India and Pakistan  Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India build the planned 1,800 kilometer natural gas pipeline  Dang Cong San1 week ago
Washington Times

Afghanistan's Ashraf Ghani lifts bans on night raids against Taliban

A ban on night raids in Afghanistan has been lifted by Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani . His predecessor, Hamid Karzai , forbid Afghan National Army Special Forces units from conducting the raids in 2013. Mr. Ghani 's decision will be welcome ...
 Washington Times1 day ago Rethinking A Progressive Democratic Afghanistan OpEd  Eurasia Review2 days ago Afghanistan secretly lifts ban on US night raids: Report  IRIB World Service3 days ago Could Night Raids Return to Afghanistan?  PBS2 days ago
DAWN Group

As casualties soar, Afghan police taught how to stay alive

KABUL: At a training centre near Kabul, one overriding lesson is drilled into Afghan police by their French instructors, don't become yet another unnecessary battlefield casualty. Every day this year more than a dozen Afghan police and soldiers ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Afghan police learn to stay alive  Gulf Time UAE1 day ago
Kathmandu Post

Observing the observers

NOV 25 - The 13th Saarc Summit, which took place in Dhaka in 2005, took two landmark decisions—it welcomed Afghanistan as a member and agreed in principle, for the first time, to welcome China and Japan as Observers. The Summit had decided to ...
 Kathmandu Post1 day ago

China's trade with Afghanistan in October 2014

Following is a table showing the total value of China's trade with Afghanistan from 2004 to October 2014, released by the General Administration of Customs: (Unit: 1,000 U.S. dollars) Current monthCumulative total% Change y-o-y (cumulative ...
 Individual.com1 day ago
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