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Hamid Karzai

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  • California's Rep. Dana Rohrabacher turned away from Afghanistan

     
    A Southern California congressman who has been intensely critical of Afghan President Hamid Karzai was stopped from boarding a military flight to Afghanistan last week, leaving him to wait in the Persian Gulf region while a congressional delegation went...
  • U.S. and Afghanistan ink strategic partnership agreement

     
    Afghan and U.S. officials said they had agreed to the broad outlines of an accord governing the long-term American presence in Afghanistan after the Western combat role ends in 2014....
  • Suicide bombing in northwest Pakistan kills at least 17

     
    PESHAWAR, Pakistan -- A suicide bombing Friday in a bustling market in northwest Pakistan killed at least 17 people, including two senior officials from a local security force, and injured more than 40, officials said. The attack occurred in the tribal...
  • GOP lawmaker concerned over strength of Taliban

     
    U.S. intelligence operatives in Afghanistan believe that the Taliban is stronger now than it was before President Obama deployed 30,000 more troops in 2010, the chairman of the House intelligence committee said Friday after returning from a three-day...
  • 14 civilians killed in two NATO airstrikes, Afghan officials say

     
    Two NATO airstrikes, one in the north of Afghanistan and one in the south, killed 14 civilians, including a mother and five children, Afghan officials said....
  • In Kabul, Obama and Karzai sign pact on U.S. aid to Afghanistan

     
    President Obama arrived late Tuesday in Afghanistan on a previously unannounced visit to sign a long-term partnership with President Hamid Karzai....
  • Afghanistan accord heavy on symbolism, light on detail

     
    The accord signed by President Obama in his dramatic nighttime visit to the capital of Afghanistan puts a symbolic seal to the endgame of a long and grinding conflict, a pact meant to offer assurances that the United States is not abandoning Afghanistan,...
  • McManus: What's the Afghanistan mission?

    McManus: What's the Afghanistan mission?
    Amid partisan questioning from both sides in former Sen. Chuck Hagel's confirmation hearing last week, a major opportunity was lost. Hagel's fellow Republicans grilled the Defense secretary nominee on past statements about Israel and his opposition to...
  • McManus: All quiet on the war front

    McManus: All quiet on the war front
    Here's an important fact you haven't heard much about in the presidential campaign: The armed forces of the United States are at war in at least four countries, and that number could increase any day. About 87,000 Americans are still fighting in...
  • A deadly denouement for foreign troops in Afghanistan

     
    Global Focus: The Netherlands pulled out of Afghanistan two years ago. Canada brought home its contingent last year. France, the fifth-largest contributor of troops to the International Security Assistance Force, will exit the war by the end of this year....
  • Another 'green-on-blue' shooting kills three more Western troops

     
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- An Afghan worker on a military base opened fire and killed three NATO troops, military officials said Saturday, bringing the toll to six Western military fatalities in 24 hours at the hands of ostensible allies. The attack took place...