U.S. Needs Pakistan To Attain Afghan Goals

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The Predator drones flying over Afghanistan and Pakistan are variants of this MQ-9 Reaper. Lt. Col.. Leslie Pratt/U.S. Air Force via AP hide caption

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War By Remote Control: Drones Make It Easy

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Alleged NATO Attack Strains U.S.-Pakistan Relations

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Afghan Reporters Maneuver Media Minefields

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A U.S. Marine pushes a child on a swing in southern Afghanistan on March 4. After a decade of nation-building in Afghanistan, and nearly as long in Iraq, the U.S. appears to be losing it appetite for such efforts. Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Getting Turkey To The Troops

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U.S. Drawdown Doesn't Satisfy Some Afghans

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Pakistani protesters shout slogans during a protest in Multan on Oct. 14 against U.S. drone attacks in Pakistani tribal areas. Officials said U.S. drone strikes on Oct. 13 killed 10 militants, including a senior commander in the Haqqani network. Drone attacks are one way the U.S. hopes to squeeze the Haqqani militants. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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New U.S. Strategy On Afghanistan Hinges On Pakistan

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Afghan Council To Consider U.S. Partnership Pact

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Afghan Assembly To Discuss U.S. Relations

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'Darkhorse' Battalion And The Afghan War

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Lance Cpl. Jake Romo does physical therapy at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, Calif. He lost both legs in an explosion in Sangin, Afghanistan, in February 2011, while serving with the 3/5 Marines. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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For Wounded Marines, The Long, Hard Road Of Rehab

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Afghan Security Under Attack As Troops Leave

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Kait Wyatt carries her 1-month-old son, Michael, at the burial for her husband, Marine Cpl. Derek Wyatt, at Arlington National Cemetery, Jan. 7. Wyatt was killed Dec. 6, 2010, in Afghanistan. Kait Wyatt, who was pregnant at the time of her husband's death, was induced the day after he was killed so she could attend the service. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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A Marine's Death, And The Family He Left Behind

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