Archived Topic: Afghanistan Archived Topic: Afghanistan

Archived Topic: Afghanistan

U.S. Will Retaliate If ICC Tries To Prosecute Americans, Bolton Says

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Pentagon Chief Mattis Makes Unannounced Trip To Afghanistan

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More Afghans Are Calling For Peace, Gen. John Nicholson Says

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Inside A Battle For An Afghan City

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Chapman, shown at the rank of senior airman, died in Afghanistan in 2002 during an operation to rescue a wounded Navy SEAL. Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs hide caption

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For 1st Time Since Vietnam, Airman Receives Miltary's Highest Honor

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What's Changed In Afghanistan Since President Trump Decided To Stay

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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani addresses a news conference last month at the presidential palace in the capital, Kabul, where the government was hosting U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Rahmat Gul/AP hide caption

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Morning News Brief: Primaries, Taliban Attack And Turkey's Crisis

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Taliban Attack Key Provincial Capital In Central Afghanistan

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Taliban Launches Major Attack On Afghan City Of Ghazni, Leaving Civilians Trapped

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Correspondent Reflects On Nearly 17 Years Of War In Afghanistan In 'The Fighters'

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Afghan volunteers carry an injured woman on a stretcher to a hospital in Ghazni province on Sunday. The Taliban assault on the city of Ghazni has resulted in intense gun battles and hundreds of casualties. Mohammad Anwar Danishyar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S.-Taliban Talks: Afghan Government Wasn't In The Room, Crocker Says

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'Drop By Drop': How Poetry Helped The U.S. Military In Afghanistan

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U.S. service members walk off a helicopter on the runway at Camp Bost in Helmand Province, Afghanistan on September 11, 2017. Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Pentagon Questioned Over Blackout On War Zone Troop Numbers

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Lt. Gen. Austin S. "Scott" Miller, shown here in 2015, a 57-year-old West Point graduate, has spent much of his career with Special Operators, working in the shadows on battlefields that include Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan. He most recently was commander of the Joint Special Operations Command, which includes Delta Force and SEAL Team 6. Sgt. 1st Class Michael Noggle/U.S. Army hide caption

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Was Afghan Cease-Fire A Sign Of Hope?

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