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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rand Paul, Ilhan Omar, and a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to Trump urging the president to remove US troops f...
The letter from the bipartisan lawmakers urged Trump to continue with the troop withdrawal and go forward with a similar move in Afghanistan.
As the US moves towards troop withdrawal, the fate of Afghanistan may rest in the hands of these soldiers
If NATO withdraws its 22,000 troops, the battle will be left to Afghan forces whose size and readiness are falling in the face of Taliban victories.
The Taliban says it will honor promises made during peace talks with the US, but the CIA isn’t buying it
The Taliban has taken its most conciliatory stance ever during the peace talks in Afghanistan, but the CIA is skeptical they'll follow through.
The Taliban reportedly agreed with the US to not make Afghanistan a safe haven for exporting terrorism, even as it continues to terrorize Afghans
The WSJ reported Thursday that Taliban leaders have agreed to oppose any militant group using Afghanistan to stage terrorist attacks abroad.
The 25-year-old Air Force special operator killed by a bomb in Afghanistan is being remembered as a compassionate hero
Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin is remembered by family and friends as a compassionate hero. He was also highly decorated for his age.
These photos show 17 years of the US-led ‘Forever war’ in Afghanistan as the conflict becomes deadlier than ever
On October 7, the US entered its 18th year of war in Afghanistan. With no end in sight, 2018 is projected to be the deadliest year yet. These photos chronicle the war effort over those years and the failures to make progress stabilizing the country.
Another NATO troop has been killed and 2 others wounded in this year’s fourth insider attack in Afghanistan
Another US service member has been killed in an apparent insider attack in Afghanistan, according to NATO. Two other US troops were wounded in the attack, which took place on Monday in Herat province.
‘A fighting war with the main enemy’: How the CIA helped land a mortal blow to the Soviets in Afghanistan 32 years ago
After months of bureaucratic wrangling and training, Afghan rebels carried out the first successful use of the Stinger missile against Soviet forces in September 1986, helping turn the tide in the war there after years of stalemate.
The last B-52 bomber left US Central Command's area of responsibility on April 7 after being the go-to bomber for operations against ISIS and the Taliban.
The Afghan Air Force is getting stronger — watch them drop a laser-guided bomb in combat for the first time
The Afghan Air Force conducted its first laser-guided airstrike on a Taliban compound in Farah Province, western Afghanistan on March 22, 2018.