WASHINGTON — The top U.S. diplomat in Kabul and a campaign adviser to President Barack Obama said Sunday the U.S. isn't rethinking its commitment to Afghanistan after violent protests left more than two dozen people dead, including two American shot inside a government ministry.
By Anne Flaherty, Associated Press
, February 26, 2012
WASHINGTON — After 10 years of war in Afghanistan, a persistent lack of trust between the U.S. and Pakistan still complicates operations along the critical Afghanistan border and was a key factor in the errant American airstrikes late last month that killed 24 Pakistani troops.
By Lolita Baldor, The Associated Press
, December 22, 2011
WASHINGTON — With the Iraq war ending and an Afghanistan exit in sight, the Marine Corps is beginning a historic shift, returning to its roots as a seafaring force that will get smaller, lighter and, it hopes, less bogged down in land wars.
By Robert Burns, The Associated Press
, December 04, 2011
LONDON (AP) — WikiLeaks spokesman Julian Assange said Thursday his organization is preparing to release the rest of the secret Afghan war documents it has on file. The Pentagon warned that would be more damaging to security and risk more lives than the organization's initial release of some 76,000 war documents.
FARMINGTON, Minn. – A 2002 Farmington High School graduate is in stable condition and is preparing to be transported to Walter Reed Army Medical in Washington, D.C. after he was injured in an explosion in Afghanistan earlier this week.
By Michelle Leonard, Forum Communications Co.
, July 15, 2010
Gov. John Hoeven has directed all government agencies across the state to fly the American and North Dakota flags at half staff from sunrise to sunset on July 16 in honor of Army Spc. Keenan Cooper, who died while serving his country in Afghanistan.
July 14, 2010
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