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Pakistan and India hold the key to peace in South Asia
Relations between Pakistan and India are going through a tough test again. There was hope that after the general elections and successful democratic transition in Pakistan, both countries would open a new chapter of friendship and cooperation. The newly elected...
Afghanistan, Pakistan and the United States
Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000167 EndHTML:0000009067 StartFragment:0000000457 EndFragment:0000009051 United States Special Representative James Dobbins recently visited Pakistan. He discussed at length the issues related to withdrawal of U.S. Military troops from Afghanistan in 2014. In an...
US marine demoted for urinating on dead Taliban fighters
Al Jazeera has broken a story on August 8, 2013 that a US marine has been demoted after he confessed to urinating on dead Taliban corpses. A US Marine sergeant who was videotaped in this shocking act in Afghanistan has...
Militants killed 9 Afghan citizens in botched attack
They were aiming at the Indian consulateSix Afghan children are among those killed in botched attack on the Indian consulate and were stopped at a security checkpoint. Then they opened fired, according to a report from Foreign Policy Magazine, and...
Is "al-Qa'ida on the path to defeat"?
In 2012, during his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention, President Obama emphatically stated that "al-Qa'ida is on the path to defeat." Clearly, al-Qa'ida didn't get that memo:ABC...
Report: Afghan terror sympathizers receiving U.S. military contracts
In a revelation that should be considered scandalous John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, said there are terror sympathizers receiving U.S. contracts.A 236-page report, accompanied with his summary, was delivered to Congress today. In...
Al-Qaeda supporters have U.S. government contracts in Afghanistan
According to a Bloomberg report on Tuesday, al-Qaeda and Taliban supporters located in Afghanistan are getting United States military contracts – and the contracts are not being cancelled due to “due-process-rights,” according to government officials...
Mysterious 'halos' appear in the Afghan desert
There have been conflicting explanations as to exactly what they are and how they're formed, but the halo-appearing visual effect that has been forming at night over helicopters have been named after two Allied soldiers killed in...
The Times Certainly Are Changing
Americans have definitely changed. Gone are the days when Americans would spit on our soldiers returning from war. Now Americans welcome the troops home with open arms, and say thank you.Today, WHAM Channel 13 in Rochester, New York ran...
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