Afghanistan

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Looking Back On 20 Years At War In Afghanistan

The United States’ mission in Afghanistan was supposed to be straightforward. Osama bin Laden and his followers did the unthinkable…

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Taliban and Afghanistan government negotiators meet in Qatar

The warring sides meet in Doha on the second day of a three-day ceasefire to speed up stalled peace talks.…

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Several Afghan worshippers killed in blast at mosque near Kabul

No immediate claim of responsibility for explosion that happened on second day of temporary ceasefire agreed between gov’t and Taliban.…

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Education

In South Carolina, a Presidency Never Gets Over Its Tainted Start

Submitting his resignation as president of the University of South Carolina on Wednesday, Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen Jr. brought…

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Separate blasts kill 11 Afghan civilians on first day of truce

Kandahar, Kunduz and Ghazni provinces were rocked by four separate bombings, killing at least 11 civilians. At least 11 civilians…

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Three-day Eid ceasefire comes into force in Afghanistan

The temporary deal between the Taliban and the Afghan government follows a surge in violence in recent weeks. A three-day…

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Afghan forces battle to recapture Taliban-held Kabul outskirt

The military operation to regain control of Nerkh district came just before the start of a three-day Eid ceasefire. Afghanistan’s…

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US welcomes Taliban’s three-day Eid ceasefire in Afghanistan

Scores killed in separate bombings during the weekend as violence in Afghanistan rises ahead of US troop withdrawal. The United…

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Death toll rises to 85 in Afghanistan girls’ school bomb attack

Another 147 people were wounded in the attack in front of the Sayed Al-Shuhada school, said Danish Hedayat, head of…

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Afghan Taliban declare three-day Eid ceasefire

The Taliban’s announcement comes two days after a series of blasts at a Kabul girls’ school killed more than 50…

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