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Taliban capture Kabul, marking final victory as Afghanistan collapses [Updated]
In the end, the Taliban outlasted the United States.
Afghan interpreter who aided US troops may be condemned to die because of a paperwork error
'They do not know what kind of threat we're suffering.'
Acting SecDef Miller is rewriting the history of the Vietnam War as the US looks for the exit in Afghanistan
Miller’s take on Ford’s role in the war’s end bears no resemblance to reality.
US and Afghan officials disagree over whether Taliban or ISIS responsible for Kabul hospital massacre
"Neither the Taliban hands nor their stained consciousness can be washed of the blood of women, babies & other innocent in the latest senseless carnage," Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh said on Twitter.
The fiction of an Afghan peace process died when gunmen murdered babies in Kabul
On Tuesday, gunman invaded a maternity ward in Kabul, killing at least 24 people – including two newborn babies
Deadly attacks on hospital and funeral kill dozens in Afghanistan
Gunmen attacked a hospital in Kabul on the same day a suicide bomber struck the funeral of a police commander attended by government officials and a member of parliament in the country's Nangarhar province
A Delaware soldier needed to raise $3,000 to bring a friendly cat home from Afghanistan. In two days, he raised $8,000
"I immediately recognized her as part of a litter of four I had seen around. She was the only one that made it."
The US military has been hitting the Taliban harder since peace talks fell through, Esper says
At the direction of President Donald Trump, the U.S. military has ramped up the number of air and ground attacks against the Taliban, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Friday
The US is withholding $160 million so the Afghan government doesn’t steal it
Pompeo said in a statement the United States would complete the infrastructure project, but would do so using an "'off-budget' mechanism", faulting Afghanistan for an "inability to transparently manage U.S. government resources".
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