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When US ‘Can’t Really Leave’

When US ‘Can’t Really Leave’

January 26, 2016 While presenting it as a shift in President Obama’s mindset, Pentagon officials are talking up the idea that the US occupation of Afghanistan, which began in late 2001, is not just extended for a couple of additional years but will continue for several more decades, and...

Friday, January 29 2016

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Afghanistan's Other Security Threat: Brain Drain

Afghanistan's Other Security Threat: Brain Drain

VOA News, September 7, 2015  Each day an estimated 7,000 Afghans apply for passports. Afghans do not apply for passports unless they intend to travel outside the country since they do not use passports for identification at home. That means more than 200,000 Afghans plan on leaving the country each...

Sunday, September 13 2015

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Pakistan won’t stop terror in Afghanistan anytime soon

Pakistan won’t stop terror in Afghanistan anytime soon

Amrullah Saleh, August 27, 2015 The former Afghan Intelligence – National Directorate of Security (NDS) Chief Amrullah Saleh has said Pakistan will not stop terror in Afghanistan anytime soon, being a strategically narrow-minded state and considering a depth in the region in a bid to put pressure on India...

Thursday, September 03 2015

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The godfather of the Taliban: Hamid Gul and his legacy

The godfather of the Taliban: Hamid Gul and his legacy

DW, August 16, 2015 The former head of Pakistan's ISI has died of a brain hemorrhage near Islamabad. Known as the "godfather of the Taliban," Hamid Gul remained an Islamist ideologue until his death. He leaves behind a dangerous legacy.  "Hamid Gul is not dead; he is alive in...

Monday, August 24 2015

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Afghan Delegation Leaves for Islamabad With Evidence, Demands

Afghan Delegation Leaves for Islamabad With Evidence, Demands

August 13, 2015 A high-ranking Afghan government delegation left for Islamabad on Thursday with the intention of demanding the government of Pakistan put greater pressure on Taliban militants based within its borders, according to the Afghan government's peace envoy, Haji Din Mohammad. The Afghan representatives are expected to admonish Pakistani...

Monday, August 24 2015

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Mullah Omar worked as potato vendor to escape detection in Pakistan

Mullah Omar worked as potato vendor to escape detection in Pakistan

Hussain,  McClatchy After fleeing the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, Taliban chief Mullah Mohammed Omar took refuge in Pakistan’s densely populated southern port city of Karachi. For nearly three years, according to senior Pakistani intelligence operatives and a former Taliban government minister, Mullah Omar, among the most wanted...

Thursday, August 06 2015

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