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Five government employees were killed in two separate attacks in Afghanistan's capital on Tuesday, officials said, the latest in a series in which civilians have been targeted.Read more from U.S.
Civilians make easy targets sadly and if there are no real security precautions in place then the terrorists are going to have a field day
Unknown gunmen attacked a United Nations convoy on the outskirts of Afghanistan's capital on Thursday, killing five Afghan security force members who were escorting the international agency's vehicles, the UN and officials said.Read more from U.S.
I worked tried to cooperate with the UN on our Northern Border with Lebanon for over 20 years they would have a problem getting out of a brown paper bag.
They are burden with rules of engagement , very poor officer leadership and in some cases you have nationalities with troops not having a clue what their officers are saying especially under fire .
For the UN to have meaning they need teeth otherwise they might as well paint bulls eyes on their helmets
At least 60 people were injured as hundreds of fuel vehicles exploded in a massive blaze that tore through a customs post in Afghanistan close to the Iranian border, disrupting power supplies and causing millions of dollars of damage.Read more from U.S.
A powerful car bomb near a police station on Friday night killed at least seven people and wounded more than 50 others in Afghanistan's western Herat province, officials said.Read more from U.S.
This is about a well informed Taliban and dreadful Afghan Intel
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - After 20 years, America is ending its "forever war" in Afghanistan. Announcing a firm withdrawal deadline, President Joe Biden cut through the long debate, even within the U.S. military, over whether the time was right. Starting Saturday, the last remaining 2,500 to 3,500 American troops will begin leaving, to be fully out by Sept. 11 at the latest. Another debate will...Read more from AP NEWS
When major forces such as the US or Russia vacate a given region the void will be filled by their opponents who will claim victory .