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KABUL, Afghanistan--Eleven people, including eight Turkish nationals, were captured after their helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in eastern Afghanistan in an area largely controlled by the Taliban, local authorities said Monday. The...
ReutersTOP STORIES ----------- BOSTON - Federal prosecutors charged badly wounded Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in his hospital bed on Monday, but details of the charges were sealed, a U.S. court official said. - - - - ROME - Italy's...
BRUSSELS -- Secretary of State John F. Kerry is to host a meeting of top Afghan and Pakistani leaders here this week in hopes of breathing new life into flagging Afghan peace efforts. The meeting set for Wednesday is to bring together Afghan President...
Tags: John Kerry, Defense, Hamid Karzai, Bashar Assad, NATO
ReutersBy Folad Hamdard TALUQAN, Afghanistan, April 21 (Reuters) - As many as 74 schoolgirls in Afghanistan's far north fell sick after smelling gas and were being examined for possible poisoning, local officials said on Sunday. While instances of poisoning...
Tags: Taliban, Physical Conditions, Afghanistan
Returning from war I saw myself in the news recently through the tragic story of Anne Smedinghoff, the young State Department diplomat who was raised in the western suburbs and killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan (News, April 12). Her fate could...
Tribune reportersAs strangers lined up for white ribbons and American flags to show their support, family and friends of Anne Smedinghoff mourned the loss of a young diplomat who was determined to see the world — and possibly beyond. Her brother, Mark, recalled...
KABUL, Afghanistan — The Taliban and U.S. military were both at fault in a NATO airstrike in eastern Afghanistan this month that killed 17 civilians, including 12 children, according to an Afghan government investigation. The inquiry raised the...
HERAT, Afghanistan -- Taliban insurgents attacked an Afghan outpost near the border with Pakistan on Friday, killing 13 soldiers, according to local officials. The fighting began around dawn and lasted four to five hours, said Wasifullah Wasifi,...
This Easter was one I will never forget, not entirely unlike those we like enjoy in the Hub City or elsewhere in the Dakota Midland or elsewhere throughout the Northern Plains. This Easter I was also taken back to the Easter I experienced 22 years ago,...
Tags: Philosophy, NATO, U.S. Army, Afghanistan, Religion and Belief
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.KABUL, Afghanistan -- Two U.S. troops died in eastern Afghanistan after their aircraft crashed Tuesday, military officials said. The U.S.-led International Security Assistance Force said the cause of the crash, which took place in a field, is under...
KABUL, Afghanistan — An American contractor was detained illegally for 24 hours in an Afghan prison, beaten, denied more than basic medical help and told he wouldn't be released unless his company paid $2.4 million, according to three U.S....
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A NATO airstrike in eastern Afghanistan killed 11 civilians, 10 of them children, in addition to the Taliban militants it was trying to hit, Afghan officials said. The strike late Saturday in the Shigal district of restive Kunar...
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