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In Afghanistan The Future Never Arrives

In ten years in the war zone I never got the impression that the Afghans and Americans really understood each other.  Americans could never understand why the Afghans did so many things different from them.  855 more words

Foreign Policy

Gebrakan Operasi Jihad Taliban Setelah Idul Fitri

Laporan 09 Juli 2016

3 boneka tewas saat kendaraan Ranger dihancurkan di Tarinkot

URUZGAN – Laporan yang datang dari distrik Tarinkot bahwa pada pukul 15:00 waktu setempat kemarin (08/7) kendaraan sewaan musuh terkoyak menyusul serangan IED di wilayah ibukota Kalla-e-Naw, yang mengakibatkan 3 musuh bersenjata tewas di tempat. 374 more words


Government to rebuild Afghan war memorial at new DND headquarters in Ottawa after move from Kandahar

The Canadian government is moving ahead with rebuilding an Afghan war memorial to fallen soldiers and locating it in the west end of Ottawa.

The memorial, known as the Kandahar Airfield Cenotaph, will be rebuilt on the former Nortel Campus in Ottawa’s west end, the new site for the National Defence headquarters. 609 more words


Mujahidin Taliban di Kamp Militer Abu Dujanah

Anggota Imarah Islam Afghanistan di Kamp Pelatihan Militer Abu Dujanah di wilayah Kandahar dan mereka memperbaharui bai’at mereka pada Amir Haibatullah Akhundzada.


Afghan service puts Defence Minister Sajjan in conflict of interest on detainees, say lawyers

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan’s work in the Canadian Forces, which included setting the stage for the killing or capture of some 1,500 Afghan insurgents, is enough to disqualify him from making the decision not to conduct a public inquiry into alleged abuses of detainees, say those pushing for such an investigation. 514 more words

Defence Watch

Out-of-control Canadian military police terrorized Afghan prisoners in Kandahar, documents indicate

OTTAWA — Canadian military police accused of terrorizing Afghan prisoners in their cells at Kandahar airfield operated without oversight and lacked guidance, according to newly released Defence Department documents obtained by Postmedia News. 847 more words


Expensive and Useless: America's Botched Afghanistan Aid

The problem of absent quality control has plagued U.S. infrastructure projectsin Afghanistan from the start. The Kabul-to-Kandahar road, due to the multiplicity of subcontracting agencies with no one actually accountable, initially omitted the many bridges and overpasses along the way, which meant that cars and trucks had to veer off the paved road and chart their own course across unpaved terrain several times during the journey…

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