Afghan President: 3 Taliban Released for Held US, Australian
The announcement comes at a sensitive time for Ghani, as President Trump halted talks between the U.S. and the Taliban.
Afghan Village Buries Its Dead After Mosque Bombing Kills 66
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
UN: Afghan Insurgents Responsible for Most 2019 Casualties
Afghan civilians are dying in record numbers in the country's increasingly brutal war.
UN Says US Strikes Cause Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan
The U.S. military promptly disputed the U.N. findings, finding fault with the report's verification methods.
Afghan Officials Say Raid Killed Top Al-Qaida Commander
Asim was the head of Al-Qaida operations in South Asia.
Attacks Ahead of Elections Kill 7 More People in Afghanistan
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Shattering Taliban Attack in Kabul Even as US Envoy Touts 'Deal in Principle'
The Taliban defended their suicide bombing hours after a U.S. envoy said a deal to end the war had been tentatively reached.
US Envoy Meets Afghanistan's President Over US-Taliban Talks
President Ashraf Ghani's spokesman confirmed the meeting took place on Sunday night.
Afghanistan Vows to Crush Islamic State Havens After Attack
Afghanistan's president on Monday vowed to "eliminate" all safe havens of the Islamic State group.
Islamic State Claims Bombing at Kabul Wedding that Killed 63
The local Islamic State group's affiliate claimed responsibility for what was the deadliest attack in Kabul this year.
Afghan Leader Rejects Foreign Interference as Talks Advance
President Donald Trump has publicly expressed his exasperation with America's continued involvement in Afghanistan.
Bus Hit by Roadside Bomb in Afghanistan, 32 Killed
A roadside bomb tore through a bus in western Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing at least 32 people.
US Military Says 2 Service Members Killed in Afghanistan
The killings occurred a day after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a quick visit to the Afghan capital of Kabul.
Taliban Attack Aid Group Office in Afghan Capital, Kills 5
Taliban fighters attacked the offices of a U.S.-based aid organization in the Afghan capital, setting off a huge explosion.
Friendly Fire Between US, Afghan Troops Leaves 5 Dead
At least five Afghan troops were killed by friendly fire in what was supposed to be a precision airstrike by U.S. forces.
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The command chief of the 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, was removed from his position last month.
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Some think that getting rid of the old stuff to make room for the new makes sense.
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One firefight went on for nearly 10 hours.
Marine Corps News
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As a last-ditch measure, a law firm now plans to send a cease-and-desist letter on her behalf to the funeral home.
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Coast Guard News
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Video shows the crew of the Cutter Harriet Lane removing 5,000 pounds of cocaine from the semi-submersible vessel.
Coast Guard to Reconsider Vessel Safety Improvements That It Had Rejected
A service leader said it will reconsider the measures in the aftermath of a fire that killed 34 people on a dive boat.
NTSB: Coast Guard Ignored Duck Boat Safety Proposals
Investigators say the changes might have prevented last year's Missouri accident, which killed 17 people.