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In the United States in the aftermath of raging in the western and central parts of the snow storm death toll rose to 13 people, according to NBC News. Fatalities in road accidents due to the collapse of power lines and falling trees were
Between 10 to 15 thousand foreign troops may stay in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of NATO troops in late 2014 if Kabul to sign a bilateral security agreement with the United States, announced the Afghan president, Hamid Karzai.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai backed on Thursday a proposed security pact with the United States that will see up to 15 000 foreign troops stay in the war-torn country, but said it would not be signed until after next year's election. A grand
A suicide bomber targeting foreign forces in southern Afghanistan killed at least four Afghans and wounded 15 on Wednesday, police and provincial officials said on Wednesday. The bomb struck in Lashkar Gah, capital of the southern battleground
In this file photo of Thursday Oct.21, 2010, Al-Shabaab fighters display weapons as they conduct military exercises in northern Mogadishu, Somalia. The new al-Shabab video, called The Path to Paradise, promises more in a series spotlighting recruits
Taliban leader Mullah Omar on Tuesday dismissed elections due in Afghanistan next year as "a waste of time", posing a challenge to international efforts to ensure a credible poll. The participation of the Pashtun ethnic group from whom the Taliban
On a recent trip to Kabul, this was one of the first questions I asked a good friend who for years professed unending love for his girlfriend. "I'm waiting for 2014," he said. "I'll see what happens and decide what to do after that." "Waiting for
Taliban have beheaded two boys aged 10 and 16 in southern province of Kandahar, one of the most restive provinces of Afghanistan, as a warning to villagers not to cooperate with the Afghan government. Taliban say that since the Afghan
Afghanistan An Afghan official says a powerful roadside bomb has killed six policemen in the country's west. The officers' vehicle hit the explosives planted in the road they were driving on Tuesday morning in Herat province. District Police Chief
Officials in Afghanistan and NATO said four U.S. soldiers were killed on Tuesday when a bomb was planted on the road in Kandahar province, a day after the killing of three soldiers from Georgia in the near Helmand province.