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NATO troops may need to stay longer in Afghanistan: Germany

NATO troops may need to stay longer in Afghanistan: Germany

. U.S. General John Campbell commander of NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), speaks during a ceremony to commemorate Memorial Day in Kabul BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO troops may need to stay in Afghanistan for a longer period ..., 1 day ago

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Deutsche Welle

What led to the fall of Kunduz?

A day after Taliban insurgents overran the northern Afghan city of Kunduz, government forces have launched a counter-offensive aimed at retaking the first provincial capital in the South Asian nation to fall to the Islamic extremists since they were ...
 Deutsche Welle1 week ago Is Kunduz the beginning of the end for Afghanistan? - Politico  Social Dashboard4 days ago
Tolo News

NATO Hands Over Civil Aviation Control To Afghanistan

News - Afghanistan Wednesday, 23 September 2015 12:26 Written by Afghanistan's Civil Aviation Authority said on Tuesday that the Afghan government has completely taken over air traffic control operations from NATO. Deputy Director General ...
 Tolo News2 weeks ago
Sudan Vision Daily

Justice Denied:The Reality of the International Criminal Court (36)

Amnesty International stated that its research showed that NATO did not provide civilians in the area with effective warning that they were going to launch an attack, thus endangering the lives of people in the area. Eyewitnesses to the attack told ...
 Sudan Vision Daily1 month ago Justice Denied: The Reality of the International Criminal Court (35)  Sudan Vision Daily1 month ago

Putin's moral authority in the war against ISIS and the media propagandists' desperate attempts at denigrating it

Ever since Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the UN General Assembly on 28 September, the spokespersons for the US regime and its propaganda apparatus have tried to present Russia as a nostalgic power seething with envy. Such ...
 Sott.net3 days ago The War on ISIS and Russia's Role: The Covert CIA Agenda, Media Deception and Propaganda  Global Research3 days ago
Military - Copybook

USAF C-130J Hercules Crash Kills 11

A USAF C-130J Hercules military transport aircraft operated by the 774th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron part of the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing - crashed at Afghanistan's Jalalabad airport on 1 October 2015. 11 people or more lost their lives, ...
 Military - Copybook6 days ago

SOTT FOCUS: Western warmongers killed 1.5 million Muslims in 'war on terror'; falsely accuse Russia of '30 civilian casualties' in airstrikes against ISIS

"I believe the perception caused by civilian casualties is one of the most dangerous enemies we face." - U.S. General Stanley A. McCrystal in his inaugural speech as ISAF Commander in June 2009. The dust had hardly settled on Russian airstrikes on ...
 Sott.net6 days ago
Eurasia Review

The Impact Of Islamic State On Global Salafism And South Asian Jihad Analysis

By Thomas F. Lynch III* This paper defines the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) Caliphate, including its distinctive features as a Salafi-jihadist group. It also highlights ISIS challenge to al-Qaeda's longstanding leadership of the ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago

Operation Enduring Freedom Fast Facts

(CNN) Here's a look at Operation Enduring Freedom, which began on October 7, 2001 with allied air strikes on Taliban and al Qaeda targets. The United States linked the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to al Qaeda, a group that operated under ...
 1070wapi.com1 week ago
Sky News Australia

Bishop keeps watch on Afghanistan

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Australia will respond to growing tension in Afghanistan if asked but no request has been made. Afghan troops backed by US air support have launched a counter-offensive to retake Kunduz, a day after Taliban ...
 Sky News Australia1 week ago Germany's Steinmeier urges Pakistan and Afghanistan to ease tensions  Daily News Egypt1 month ago Germany to continue assisting Afghanistan  Arabstoday.net1 month ago
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