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A Utah Town Remembers Its Mayor, Killed In Action In Afghanistan

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Mourners stand beside the grave of Gen. Abdul Raziq, the Kandahar police chief who was killed by a Taliban attack, during his burial ceremony Friday in Kandahar, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Smiley was wounded in the attack. STR/AP hide caption

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Mourners stand beside the grave of Gen. Abdul Raziq, the Kandahar police chief who was killed by a Taliban attack, during his burial ceremony Friday in Kandahar, Afghanistan. AP hide caption

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Afghanistan Delays Election In Kandahar After Attack That Killed Police Chief

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As head of the police in Kandahar, Lt. Gen. Abdul Raziq was credited with bringing more security to the southern Afghan city. Raziq died in an attack Thursday; he's seen here in a photo from 2015. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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National Security Adviser John Bolton told the Federalist Society on Monday that the International Criminal Court is a threat to American sovereignty and national security. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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In this photo released by Press Information Department, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (right) meets with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Islamabad on Wednesday. 2018. Khan said he was "optimistic" he could reset the relationship with Washington after the U.S. suspended aid over the country's alleged failure to combat militants. Press Information Department via AP hide caption

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Blackwater security contractors guard Zalmay Khalilzad, then the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, as he arrives at a community sports center in Baghdad in 2006. Jacob Silberberg/AP hide caption

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Zalmay Khalilzad Appointed As U.S. Special Adviser To Afghanistan

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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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Afghans carry the body of a man who was killed in a deadly suicide bombing that targeted an educational center in the Shiite neighborhood of Dasht-i Barcha, in western Kabul, Afghanistan, on Wednesday. Rahmat Gul/AP hide caption

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