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Afghan President Says No Rush for US Security Deal
Afghanistan's president said Tuesday that he was in no rush to sign a security deal with the United States, once again dashin...
Afghan Army Seen Improving, But Public Fears Mount
While the Americans sound upbeat, there's a growing fear among Afghans about what happens if the Western umbrella folds up.
All French Combat Troops Out In 2012
All French combat troops will pull out of Afghanistan by the end of the year, France's new president said in Kabul.
Taliban Leader Says Still Willing to Talk
The Taliban's reclusive leader said Tuesday that his group was willing to start peace negotiations, even as he urged more att...
UN: As US Draws Down, Afghan Casualty Toll is Up
Afghanistan's civilian casualty toll has jumped this year as insurgents fight to recapture territory from the departing Ameri...
Panelists: PTSD Can't Be Cured, Only Managed
There is no cure for PTSD, but sufferers can learn to manage it, health professionals said at a symposium.
Top US General: Negotiations Done on Afghan Deal
America's top military officer said the U.S. has no intention to renegotiate a security deal with Afghanistan.
US Envoy: Karzai Unchanged on Troop Deal
The U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan said Thursday that Afghan President Hamid Karzai still refuses t...
UN Warns of 'Troubling Rise' in Afghan Violence
The U.N. envoy to Afghanistan said civilian casualties rose nearly 30 percent in the first three months of the year, calling...
Red Cross: Security Deteriorating in Afghanistan
The International Committee of the Red Cross warned on Thursday that security was deteriorating across Afghanistan as militan...
Karzai Softens Some Demands on US Deal
Afghanistan's president on Wednesday softened some of his demands on a security agreement with the United States governing th...
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