Deal Reached On U.S.-Afghan Strategic Partnership

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Taliban Claims Responsibility For Afghan Attacks

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Afghanistan Hit By Deadly Attacks

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Afghan miners in a makeshift emerald mine in the Panjshir Valley in 2010. Reports suggest that Afghanistan is sitting on significant deposits of oil, gas, copper, iron, gold and coal, as well as a range of precious gems like emeralds and rubies. Currently these minerals are largely untapped and are still being mapped. Majid Saeedi/Getty Images hide caption

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Dreams Of A Mining Future On Hold In Afghanistan

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Afghans gather outside a military base in the Panjwai district in Afghanistan on March 11, after 16 civilians were killed in a massacre allegedly carried out by a U.S. soldier. Allauddin Khan/AP hide caption

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Grieving Afghan Father: 'All My Dreams Are Buried'

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Will Kandahar Massacre Be A Policy Tipping Point?

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Panetta, Karzai Meet After Villagers Are Massacred

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No Major Violence In Afghanistan After Killings

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Shooting Adds To Afghans' Anti-American Feelings

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Afghan Lawmakers Call For Soldier's Trial

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U.S. Soldier Accused Of Killing 16 Afghan Villagers

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U.S. Soldier Accused Of Afghan Killings

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U.S., Afghan Officials Sign Prison Agreement

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Afghan female police officers are trained by Afghan police and NATO soldiers in eastern Afghanistan's Ghazni province on Sept. 12. In the culturally conservative country, women serving in the security forces say they face systemic sexual coercion and even rape by male colleagues. STR/EPA/Landov hide caption

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For Afghan Policewomen, Sex Abuse Is A Job Hazard

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