More Afghanistan Articles

  • Taliban militants attack US aid group in Kabul

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Taliban militants attacked an American charity and a nearby day care center Friday, sending foreigners — including women and children — fleeing while Afghan security forces battled the gunmen. An Afghan girl, a driver and all five attackers were killed. The...

  • Iran's leader urges regional unity in Afghan visit

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — In his first visit to Afghanistan as Iran's president, Hassan Rouhani called for regional unity Thursday as regional leaders celebrated the Persian New Year in Kabul. Rouhani is visiting at a crucial time for Afghanistan, with national elections being held in just...

  • Donald Rumsfeld blasts Obama administration for failure in Afghanistan

    Rumsfeld, speaking to Greta Van Susteren on Fox News, pointed out that instead of reaching out and supporting Karzai, members of the Obama administration - including Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton -- went out of their way to "trash" him.

  • Afghan journalists boycotting Taliban in response to colleague's murder

    A group of Afghan journalists is organizing a boycott of the Taliban after the murder of a fellow reporter and several of his family members in a Thursday assault on civilians. "In this attack, the Taliban deliberately and ruthlessly targeted civilians, shooting women and innocent children...

  • New Washington memorial is first for living Americans

    Later this year, the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial at the base of Capitol Hill will be dedicated. President Obama has been invited to participate.

  • U.S. goes high-tech to help oversee Afghan aid work

    Faced with the ongoing exit of American troops from Afghanistan, the top U.S. aid agency wants to step up its use of smartphones, satellite imagery and GPS cameras to oversee tax-funded development projects that aid workers no longer will be able to observe with their own eyes.



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