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Their university was hit by a devastating terror attack. Now these Afghan students are returning to school

Seven months after an insurgent attack shattered their oasis in one of the world’s most turbulent capitals, students are expected to return to classes Saturday at a more heavily secured American..
L.A. Times

Double-amputee Marine vet joins New York police department

BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (AP) — A U.S. Marine Corps veteran who lost his legs below the knee after stepping on an explosive in Afghanistan is joining a suburban New York police department. Matias Ferreira..
Seattle Times

Videos for Afghanistan

News video: Russia May Be Supplying The Taliban

Russia May Be Supplying The Taliban 00:42

Moscow may be helping supply Taliban militants. According to reuters, The top U.S. general in Europe said on Thursday that he had seen Russian influence on Afghan Taliban insurgents growing. He did not..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Death toll mounts in ISIL-claimed Afghan hospital attack

Death toll mounts in ISIL-claimed Afghan hospital attack 01:05

At least 49 people have been confirmed dead following a gun and bomb attack on a military hospital in the Afghan capital. Salim Rassouli, the director of Kabul hospitals, announced the revised death..
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News video: Report: Like Obama, Trump Plans To Rely On Special Forces To Fight Terrorism

Report: Like Obama, Trump Plans To Rely On Special Forces To Fight Terrorism 01:13

President Trump’s senior officials are following in the Obama administration’s footsteps by relying on U.S. Special Operations forces, or SOFs, to fight terror groups overseas. reports the New York..
Source: Geo Beats -

News video: On This Day… March 21, 1980

On This Day… March 21, 1980 00:51

President Jimmy Carter announced the U.S. would boycott the Moscow Olympics, as the Soviet Union did not withdraw troops from Afghanistan by an established deadline.
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Putin may be supplying Taliban, general says

For nearly a decade during the Cold War, Russian troops battled U.S.-backed militants in Afghanistan. Now, as the “new Cold War” deepens amid Russian aggression and allegations that Moscow tampered..
Raw Story

Ireland beaten by Afghanistan in ODI decider

Ireland lost their one-day international series decider against Afghanistan by seven wickets.
RTE.ie

Russia says USA refused to attend Afghanistan conference - Ifax

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the United States had told Moscow it would not take part in a conference on Afghanistan in the Russian capital in April, a decision..
Reuters India

Rahmat's composed hundred seals series for Afghanistan

The 23-year-old's unbeaten 108 piloted the home side to a seven-wicket victory against Ireland
CricBuzz

Marine A: Claire Blackman reveals the 'hardest aspect' of the...

marine a: claire blackman reveals the 'hardest aspect' of the...
Claire Blackman says she will "patiently await" to learn her husband's fate after calls for him to be allowed to rejoin the Royal Marines delayed his sentencing - and possible release from prison...
Plymouth Herald

Marine A: Alexander Blackman could walk free from prison on...

marine a: alexander blackman could walk free from prison on...
The decision on a new sentence for Royal Marine Alexander Blackman for the manslaughter of an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan will now be announced on Tuesday (March 28) by the Court Martial..
Western Daily Press Also reported by •Shepton Mallet JournalCentral Somerset GazetteSomerset GuardianWells JournalCheddar Valley GazetteWestern GazetteFrome Standard

Royal Marine who won Taliban murder conviction appeal to learn his fate

A Royal Marine who is in prison for the fatal shooting of a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan must wait until next week to learn his fate.
The Argus

Why has Marine A's sentencing been delayed and when will he learn...

why has marine a's sentencing been delayed and when will he learn...
A former Royal Marine jailed for killing an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan must wait until next week to learn his fate, after judges delayed sentencing him this morning. Sergeant Alexander..
Plymouth Herald

Afghanistan clinch 3-2 ODI series win over Ireland after seven-wicket victory

afghanistan clinch 3-2 odi series win over ireland after seven-wicket victory
Afghanistan clinch a 3-2 one-day series win over Ireland as Rahmat Shah's century helps secure a seven-wicket victory in India.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Sport

Royal Marines 'want Sgt Alexander Blackman back'

royal marines 'want sgt alexander blackman back'
The Royal Marines want Sgt Alexander Blackman to return to service, a court heard this morning.Sgt Blackman – also known as Marine A – is being re-sentenced this morning after his murder conviction..
Plymouth Herald

Pak confirms attendance in next month's Afghan peace conference in Russia

[Pakistan], Mar. 24 (ANI): Pakistan on Friday confirmed its participation in a multinational peace conference on Afghanistan to be held next month in Russia.
Sify


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