Afghan President Hamid Karzai acknowledged a report this week that the CIA has regularly been sending him money. Afghans seem to have mixed feelings. The president is shown here speaking at an event in Kabul on March 10. S. SABAWOON/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Secret Cash To Afghan Leader: Corruption Or Just Foreign Aid?

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A dashcam video purports to show the crash of a civilian cargo 747 in Afghanistan Monday. LiveLeak hide caption

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Afghan policewomen take part in a training exercise in the western province of Herat in 2011. Policewomen face frequent sexual harassment and assaults, often carried out by policemen, human rights groups say. Sardar/Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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First Western War In Afghanistan Was An 'Imperial Disaster'

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Photographer Tim Hetherington during an assignment for Vanity Fair Magazine at the Restrepo outpost. Tim A. Hetherington hide caption

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Sebastian Junger: 'Which Way' To Turn After Hetherington's Death

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Foreign Service Officer Died Doing What She Loved

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Anne Smedinghoff, 25, was killed April 6, in southern Afghanistan. She was the first American diplomat to die on the job since last year's attack in Benghazi, Libya. Tom Smedinghoff via AP hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': Remembering Anne Smedinghoff

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Stories Of 'Outside The Wire' Give An Insider's View Of War

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Afghans Want U.S. To Clarify Troop Level Post 2014

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Afghanistan presidential spokesman Aimal Faizi speaks during a news conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, earlier this year. Ahmad Nazar/AP hide caption

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Afghanistan, Pakistan Struggle To Find Common Ground

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Secretary of State John Kerry using his head Tuesday in Kabul, where he met the captain of that nation's women's soccer team. Jason Reed/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Kerry In Afghanistan To Smooth Over Latest Disputes

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