Results tagged “Afghanistan”

Would you like to limit the tag results display to a specific section?

If you do, then pick any of the sections below:

Or simply go to the aggregated tag results from:

Taliban suicide bomber attacks US base in Khost

An Afghan policeman and two civilians were killed in a blast outside of Forward Operating Base Chapman, which is known to host CIA operations.

Three Afghans dead in new blast at US base in Afghan east

Afghans seek policewoman's motive for killing US contractor

An Afghan policeman killed five of his fellow officers in Jawzjan before joining the Taliban. A female police officer killed a US civilian adviser inside the Interior Ministry. The Taliban killed three civilians in Farah.

Afghan policewoman kills US military adviser inside Interior Ministry

An Afghan policewoman assigned to the "gender and equality department" at the Interior Ministry is said to have shot an American civilian adviser in the head at close range.

The government released 36 prisoners from Bagram jail; the Helmand governor said he had taken up their cases with the High Peace Council. Joint forces arrested Haqqani Network leaders and operatives in Logar, Khost, and Paktika provinces. The foreign ministry rejected Taliban demands for the revision of the Afghan constitution and the formation of a transitional government.

Afghanistan deny Taliban demands regarding peace process

Afghan Currency Market Does Not Finance Taliban: Market Leaders

Pakistan's army chief makes Afghan peace "top priority"

Presence of Foreigners After 2014 Benefits Afghanistan: Karzai

Political Parties Hopeful After Paris; Taliban Demand Constitutional Change

Afghan Factions Hold Informal Talks Near Paris

Once a symbol of new Afghanistan, can policewomen survive?

The Taliban killed two Afghan security personnel and five civilians in a bombing in Nimroz. A Georgian soldier has gone missing in Helmand province. Foreign Minister Zalmai Rasool said the ANSF is not prepared to take over security in 2014.

Ex-Afghan Spy Chief Opposes Paris Conference on Afghanistan

Taliban Could Overrun Nuristan: Locals

Afghan Forces Not Ready for Post-2014 Threats: Afghan Foreign Minister

Britain will withdraw 3,800 troops by the end of 2013. An Afghan policeman killed four of his fellow officers in an insider attack in Kandahar. A US Defense Department report says since the adoption of measures to prevent insider attacks, 90 percent of operations in Afghanistan have returned to normal.

Report: Financial fallout from Kabul blast reaches $10 million

Security forces killed a Taliban commander in Herat. Nuristan's chief of police accused the Pakistani military of attacking police centers in conjunction with the Taliban.