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Kabul (Afghanistan)

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  • Suicide bomber hits police bus in Kabul, kills 2 officers

    Suicide bomber hits police bus in Kabul, kills 2 officers
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- A suicide attacker on a bicycle detonated a large bomb near an Afghan police precinct in the capital Sunday, killing two police officers and wounding 21 police and civilians, including three children.  The attack occurred about 3:...
  • Six foreign troops killed in Afghanistan aircraft crash

    KABUL, Afghanistan -- Six foreign troops were killed in southern Afghanistan on Tuesday when an aircraft crashed, according to the International Security Assistance Force. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization-led force declined to give the nationality...
  • Pakistan suicide bombing kills five troops at North Waziristan mosque

    Pakistan suicide bombing kills five troops at North Waziristan mosque
    PESHAWAR, Pakistan – Five security personnel were killed and 34 wounded Wednesday evening when a suicide bomber rammed his explosives-laden mini-truck into a mosque near a checkpoint in Pakistan’s North Waziristan Agency, officials said....
  • Obama willing to extend deadline on U.S.-Afghanistan security deal

    Obama willing to extend deadline on U.S.-Afghanistan security deal
    WASHINGTON — President Obama is prepared to extend a Dec. 31 deadline in a concession to Afghan President Hamid Karzai aimed at getting him to approve a security agreement that would permit U.S. forces to stay in Afghanistan past 2014, aides say....
  • 2 NATO service members killed in separate attacks in Afghanistan

    2 NATO service members killed in separate attacks in Afghanistan
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- A NATO service member was killed in eastern Afghanistan on Monday after coming under direct fire by enemy forces, officials said. A statement from the U.S.-led coalition, known as the International Security Assistance Force, didn&...
  • U.S. Embassy in Kabul defends itself against blistering fraud reports

    U.S. Embassy in Kabul defends itself against blistering fraud reports
    KABUL, Afghanistan — The reports are cranked out with relentless efficiency: blistering tales of waste, fraud and abuse of American taxpayer-funded projects to rebuild Afghanistan. The damning audits from the Special Inspector General for...
  • Two NATO soldiers killed in Afghanistan

    KABUL, Afghanistan — Two NATO service members were killed in Afghanistan on Monday after coming under fire by enemy forces in separate incidents, officials with the U.S.-led military coalition said. The International Security Assistance Force,...
  • U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan attacked; no casualties reported

    U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan attacked; no casualties reported
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- The U.S. Embassy in Kabul came under attack on Christmas morning, and the Taliban later claimed responsibility, saying it had fired four rockets at the American compound. U.S. officials said that two rounds of either mortar or...
  • Car bomb kills 3 coalition troops in Afghanistan

    Car bomb kills 3 coalition troops in Afghanistan
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- A suicide car bomber attacked a convoy of international troops in an eastern district of the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, killing three service members and wounding six Afghans, officials said. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah...
  • Afghanistan: Three NATO troops dead in Kabul suicide attack

    Afghanistan: Three NATO troops dead in Kabul suicide attack
    KABUL, Afghanistan--Three international service members were killed Friday and at least seven civilians were wounded in a suicide car bomb attack in eastern Kabul, authorities said. In an email sent to journalists, the Taliban claimed responsibility for...
  • Karzai reportedly seeks Obama letter on Afghan civilian casualties

    Karzai reportedly seeks Obama letter on Afghan civilian casualties
    KABUL, Afghanistan — In a telephone conversation Tuesday, Secretary of State John F. Kerry and Afghan President Hamid Karzai agreed that Kerry would request a letter from President Obama acknowledging the suffering of Afghan civilians caused by U.S....