23:14 Edited time: May 20, 2015 07:04 US soldiers, part of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), walk from a Chinook helicopter in the Gardez district of Paktia province. (AFP Photo) Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev has ... Russia Today, 2 days ago
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Ankara will assume responsibility for the international airport in Kabul in addition to its role within the Resolute Support non-combat advisory mission. ANTALYA (Sputnik)— NATO will allocate $60 million toAfghan national forces touphold security, ...Sputnik, 1 week ago NATO To Stay On In Afghanistan Post Resolute Support Frontier Post, 1 week ago Turkey to support Afghanistan both bilaterally and through NATO Daily Sabah, 1 week ago NATO to maintain its presence in Afghanistan Turkish Weekly, 1 week ago
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NATO will maintain a military presence in Afghanistan once its current Resolute Support mission concludes, but under civilian leadership, NATO announced on Wednesday. It's the cash crop of the Taliban and the scourge of Afghanistan — the ...Stars and Stripes, 1 week ago Afghanistan 'pleased' with NATO missions, says FM Rabbani Turkish Weekly, 1 week ago NATO, Afghan agree on military-civilian mission Press Trust of India, 1 week ago NATO, Afghanistan agree on future military-civilian mission Lebanon Daily Star, 1 week ago
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Drug trafficking has increased in Afghanistan despite NATO attempts, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said. MOSCOW (Sputnik)— The US-led NATO forces inAfghanistan failed toeliminate terrorism and drug production inthe country duringthe ...Sputnik, 1 month ago Intl Forces in Afghanistan Failed to Unroot Terrorism: Moscow Daily Outlook, 1 month ago
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, a Saudi Arabia-led coalition used warplanes to attack the forces of Ansar Allah, known as the Houthis, in several locations in Yemen. The coalition members include: Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, Sudan, and United Arab Emirates.Human Rights Watch, 1 month ago
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WASHINGTON -- American taxpayers have spent $62.5 billion on Afghanistan's military and police forces since the U.S. invaded that country in 2001. It could all go to waste -- or, worse, to extremists -- if the Afghan and U.S. governments don't ...Huffington Post, 1 week ago NATO to keep some troops in Afghanistan after 2016 TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago Afghanistan forces reportedly suffering high casualties as U.S. support fadesMay 3, 2015 Examiner.com, 2 weeks ago Afghan Forces Suffer Heavy Toll in First Battles With Taliban La Repubblica, 2 weeks ago
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