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What do you think of the recent U.S. decision to end the ban on female combat troops? Locals from Russia to Chile have widely varying opinions on whether women should fight as combat troops, revealing differing views of women within different
US soldiers investigate the scene of two suicide attacks in Afghanistan's Kandahar province last week. Photograph: Allauddin Khan/AP On Tuesday, Obama administration spokesperson Ben Rhodes announced for the first time that the US may consider a "
FoxNews.com When he arrived on his first visit to Washington, 11 years ago this month, Afghan President Hamid Karzai loomed as a captivating, even romantic, figure: a Pashtun exile, who had returned to help liberate his native land from Taliban
Hamid Karzai, the President of Afghanistan is arriving in America on a 3-day visit during which he has plans to have talks with President Barack Obama to resolve a few outstanding issues like the presence of US troops in Afghanistan.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is will signal the end of his country's involvement in the Afghan War by announcing a major reduction in the number of combat troops. Cameron is expected to reveal that at least 4,500 troops, over half of the
The Obama administration is busy these days in planning different postwar strategies for Afghanistan. A significant cutback in the presence of civilians after the 2014 has been ordered, with pros and cons of a large civilian presence further
President Barack Obama, in his second and final term, is faced with a big and difficult question: How quickly to pull out US troops from Afghanistan and effectively carve out a mechanism to maintain minimum combat troops in the violence-wracked
Afghanistan The United States and Afghanistan are starting negotiations on an agreement that will shape America's military presence in the country after the withdrawal of most foreign combat troops at the end of 2014. Representatives from the two
Canada's military effort in Kandahar has been heavily criticized and seriously misrepresented in a new book by a reporter and associate editor from the Washington Post who also wrote the highly regarded "Imperial Life in the Emerald City" about the U.
Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan's president appealed Thursday to Afghan lawmakers and to his international allies to do more to help him stamp out the corruption that pervades the country's government, and pledged personally to stop "deals" that