WASHINGTON: Delaying the signing of a US-Afghan security pact poses more of a psychological than logistical problem because it jeopardises Afghan troop “confidence,” the US military’s top officer said Wednesday. 407 more words
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Afghan President Hamid Karzai gives a press conference at the presidential palace in Kabul on November 30, 2013.
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33 armed Taliban militants killed in Afghan operations – Khaama Press (KP) | Afghan News Agency.
At least 33 Taliban militants were killed during military operations conducted by Afghan national security forces in various provinces of Afghanistan during the past 24 hours. 109 more words
Inspector General is Fighting Fraud and Waste in Afghanistan, Like a Reported $500 A Gallon Diesel Fuel Purchase
What have they discovered? To choose from only recent findings, the office reported last month that the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan — the group in charge of training and developing the Afghan security forces — couldn’t account for $230 million in spare parts it had ordered. 220 more words
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US being advised to talk to Taliban!
The enemy has started the fight, but it is we who will fire the last round and war will end on our terms, believes the elusive Taliban. 1,098 more words