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Donald Trump takes on 'unwinnable war' in Afghanistan in pursuit of an easy win

President increases US troop deployment in notoriously difficult Middle Eastern terrain in bid to draw line under War on Terror and cast out al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents once and for all

Trump warns against Afghanistan withdrawal

US president says pull-out could create vacuum for Isis and al-Qaeda to fill

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News video: Trump Announces Increased Military In Afghanistan

Trump Announces Increased Military In Afghanistan 00:57

President Donald Trump is increasing the American military presence in Afghanistan, he announced Monday night at the Fort Myer military base in Arlington, Virginia. Trump promised a "dramatically"..
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News video: Trump’s full speech on Afghanistan

Trump’s full speech on Afghanistan 08:32

President Trump addressed U.S. troops and the nation from Fort Myer in Arlington, Va., on Aug. 21 to announce his plan going forward in Afghanistan.
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News video: Trump's speech on Afghanistan, in 3 minutes

Trump's speech on Afghanistan, in 3 minutes 02:58

President Trump unveiled a new strategy for the U.S. war in Afghanistan on Aug. 21.
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News video: Trump defines victory in Afghanistan

Trump defines victory in Afghanistan 00:37

President Trump addressed U.S. troops and the nation from Fort Myer in Arlington, Va., on Aug. 21 to announce his plan going forward in Afghanistan.
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News video: Trump: ‘My original instinct was to pull out’ of Afghanistan

Trump: ‘My original instinct was to pull out’ of Afghanistan 00:45

President Trump addressed U.S. troops and the nation from Fort Myer in Arlington, Va., on Aug. 21 to announce his plan going forward in Afghanistan.
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33 injured in US train crash

33 injured in us train crash
*Washington:* At least 33 people were injured in a train crash at a station in the US city of Philadelphia early on Tuesday. An inbound Norristown High Speed Line train crashed into an empty..

Trump: "No place is beyond the reach of American arms"

trump: "no place is beyond the reach of american arms"
Donald Trump will not withdraw US troops from Afghanistan, saying a hasty exit would allow terrorism to grow.  During last night's address to the nation, at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, a US..
City A.M.

US Prez Trump rules out hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan; seeks enhanced role for India

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday ruled out a hasty withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan to end America's longest war, as he warned Pakistan of consequences for providing safe havens to terrorists..

Trump Warns Pakistan Over Terrorist ‘Safe Havens’

(RFE/RL) — U.S. President Donald Trump sidestepped an announcement on U.S. troops levels in Afghanistan during a major address to the nation and warned Pakistan over its alleged support for extremist..
Eurasia Review

In Angry Tweetstorm, Ron Paul Lashes Out At "Neocon" Trump

in angry tweetstorm, ron paul lashes out at neocon trump
Roughly around the time Trump started his Afghanistan speech, Ron Paul tweeted out a cautiously optimistic note: "Hoping for the best in tonight's @realDonaldTrump speech but fearful that foreign..
Zero Hedge

Trump Announces Troop Increase For New Afghan Strategy in Primetime Address

trump announces troop increase for new afghan strategy in primetime address
President Donald Trump announced on Monday night that he was planning to send 4,000 more troops into Afghanistan along with tightening expectations of its government and neighboring country Pakistan,..

UN Helpless While ‘Death Looms For Yemenis’ – Analysis

By Bernhard Schell The United Nations is apparently incapable of pushing for a political solution to the more than two-year-old conflict plaguing Yemen, one of the Arab world’s poorest countries,..
Eurasia Review

Despite expected U.S. troop hike, no end in sight to Afghan war

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - While President Donald Trump's expected decision to beef up U.S. forces in Afghanistan could help reverse Taliban gains and bring more U.S. firepower against al Qaeda, there is..
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Donald Trump to announce his Afghanistan policy, likely to approve modest troop increase

President Donald Trump is likely to open the door to a modest increase in US troop numbers in Afghanistan when he lays out his strategy on Monday for America's longest military conflict, US officials..

One killed in Marseille after car crashes into bus shelters

one killed in marseille after car crashes into bus shelters
At least one person was killed and another injured in the French port city of Marseille after a car crashed into two bus shelters, a French police source told Reuters on..

Spain hunts suspect over Barcelona carnage

In March 2004, it was hit by what remains Europe`s deadliest attack, when bombs on commuter trains in Madrid killed 191 people in an assault claimed by Al Qaeda-inspired extremists.
Zee News

mid-day editorial: Finally, a home run against errant builders

In an indication of just how frustrated and helpless homebuyers feel against the powerful builder lobby, response is still pouring in about this paper's front-page report on how one buyer put a builder..

BMC forcibly carried demolition, say Mumbai building residents

bmc forcibly carried demolition, say mumbai building residents
The residents of Sunita building in Santacruz West have been facing a harrowing time for about a year. The residential society is one of 40 buildings in the Mumbai airport runway's funnel zone. The..

Over 100 minors killed in Sierra Leone floods, mudslides

over 100 minors killed in sierra leone floods, mudslides
At least 109 children were among the more than 300 people who were killed in the deadly floods and mudslides that swept through Sierra Leone earlier in the week, a UN agency said. The number could..

al-Qaeda encourages train derailments: Report

The al-Qaeda terror group is encouraging its recruits to target train tracks and cause derailments in the West as means of spreading "fear" and "lack of security" among people, according to the..

Islamist who led destruction in Timbuktu must pay £2.5m

islamist who led destruction in timbuktu must pay £2.5m
Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi was a member of the al-Qaeda-linked Ansar Dine group in Timbuktu, Mali. In 2012, he led axe-wielding Islamists who wrecked the city's ancient mausoleums and a mosque door.
MailOnline India

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