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The CIA Finally Admitted That Arming Rebels Doesn't Work
Slate Magazine

The CIA Finally Admitted That Arming Rebels Doesn't Work

Afghan Mujahedeen fighters pose with a captured Soviet soldier in 1986. Photo by Patrick David/AFP/ The New York Times reports today on a still-classified CIA report, commissioned by the Obama administration during the debate in 2012 and ... Slate Magazine, 2 weeks ago
Arming Rebels Doesn't Work Daily Kos, 2 weeks ago

Discussion between Afghan presidential hopefuls goes on to ink agreement on unity gov't

KABUL, Sept. 21 (Xinhua) -- Discussions between the country's two presidential candidates with the mediation of former Mujahideen leaders, social and political figures are continuing for the second consecutive day on Sunday to reach agreement on the ...
 Xinhua News Agency1 month ago Election deadlock Jihadi leaders and influential elders to mediate in polls crisis  Frontier Post1 month ago XINHUA - Discussion between Afghan presidential hopefuls goes on to ink agreement on unity gov't  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

America's Jihad

US President Ronald Reagan meeting with Afghan Mujahedeen, who he called freedom fighters, in the Oval Office on February 2, 1983. (Ronald Reagan Library) Download this article (PDF) The Islamic State organization seems to have arisen ...
 Global Research1 week ago
Millennium Post

Long, troubled road to Afghanistan

A photograph of Arab Al Qaeda members and Afghan Mujahideen jogging at a training camp located in a dry riverbed in Afghanistan, taken at a distance just outside the training camp, is extremely rare, says Nickelsberg. I didn't go down on one knee ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago Jihadist Group Loyal to Taliban, al Qaeda Claims to Have Captured Afghan District  Foundation for Defense of Democracies3 weeks ago

Yennai Arindhal trending again

China pledges financial, training assistance to Afghanistan | Fadnavis sworn in as Maharashtra CM, nine ministers also take oath | President pays homage to Sardar Patel | Raja, others charged with money laundering, trial from Nov 11 (Second Lead) | ...
 Chennai Online17 hours ago

The exit door

The Soviet Army invaded Afghanistan in December 1979 and withdrew, exhausted and demoralised, 10 years later. In Moscow a joke had long circulated: "Why are we still in Afghanistan?" Answer: " We are still looking for the people who invited us." ...
 Gulf Daily News6 days ago Out of Afghanistan  Frontier Post1 week ago
RIA Novosti

Taliban: Ongoing Afghan war is between two beliefs

KABUL (AIP): Taliban has said the ongoing war in Afghanistan is between two beliefs and civilians, not between Americans and Afghans. The Talibans assertion came after some clerics in Kunar said during a meeting that the Taliban had no reason to ...
 Frontier Post3 days ago Taliban claim victory after British withdrawal from Afghanistan  DAWN Group3 days ago Taliban chief Mullah Omar claims victory through his Eid message  Afghanistan News Center3 weeks ago Taliban Supreme Leader Claims Victory in Afghan War: Reports  RIA Novosti4 weeks ago
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The tragedy of Afghanistan: UK troops withdraw, what's left behind?

By John Wight As British military forces finally leave Afghanistan after 13 years of conflict, which left 453 British troops dead and 3,000 wounded, the curtain comes down on one of the most futile, incompetent, and inglorious conflicts fought in ...
 RAWA1 day ago
WA Today

Afghan National Army killer asks forgiveness from families of murdered Australian soldiers

The Afghan National Army soldier who turned on his Australian colleagues and murdered three of them, including Canberra private Robert Poate, says he was was motivated by images of American soldiers burning the Koran and has asked his victims' ...
 WA Today4 days ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Duo planning to get trained in Afghanistan, held in Hyderabad

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Two youngsters from Maharashtra who were allegedly planning to go Afghanistan and undergo training at an Al Qaeda camp to establish an Islamic State in the country were arrested on Wednesday, ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Youngsters planning to join Al-Qaeda held in Hyderabad  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
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