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Why The Death Toll for Afghan Forces Is Secret?

Why The Death Toll for Afghan Forces Is Secret?

  By Rod Nordland, Sept. 21, 2018 Taliban insurgents killed so many Afghan security forces in 2016, an average of 22 a day, that by the following year the Afghan and American governments decided to keep battlefield death tolls secret. It’s much worse now. The daily fatalities among Afghan soldiers...

Tuesday, October 02 2018

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Inside the U.S. Fight to Save Ghazni From the Taliban

Inside the U.S. Fight to Save Ghazni From the Taliban

By W.J. Hennigan , TIMES, August 23, 2018 An ominous orange glow lit up the sky for miles around. It was after midnight on Aug. 11, and the city of Ghazni, less than 100 miles from Kabul, was on fire. Approaching the outskirts of town in a convoy of...

Friday, August 31 2018

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Taliban feature 2 training camps in latest propaganda

Taliban feature 2 training camps in latest propaganda

By Bill Roggio | November 27, 2016 The Taliban said 100 “mujahideen” have graduated from its “Khalid bin Walid Camp” and 50 more from its “Abu Dujana Camp.” These two facilities are designed to indoctrinate and train fighters in basic combat techniques, and the Khalid bin Walid Camp “can...

Saturday, December 03 2016

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Wave of Insider Attacks Hits Afghan Army

Wave of Insider Attacks Hits Afghan Army

Military.com | Oct 31, 2016 | by Richard Sisk The casualty rate has soared again this year for the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces ANDSF, which have also been hit by a wave of Afghan-on-Afghan "insider attacks," according to an inspector general's quarterly report to Congress. The state...

Sunday, November 06 2016

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Afghan Refugees 'Sent To Fight' Syrian War

Afghan Refugees 'Sent To Fight' Syrian War

Tuesday, 09 August 2016 21:25 A number of refugees who recently returned from Iran claim that Iranian officials are sending Afghan refugees to Syria to fight for Bashar Assad's regime. The return refugees also said Iran's intelligence ministry promise Afghans money and permanent residency in exchange for them going...

Wednesday, August 10 2016

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Afghanistan's 'ghost soldiers

Afghanistan's 'ghost soldiers

The Guardian, Tuesday 17 May 2016 From about 8.30pm until well after midnight, the dark blue sky above Babaji lit up, as rockets and flares crisscrossed above this cluster of villages close to Helmand’s provincial capital, Lashkar Gah. At a mud fortress beyond a river bridge painted in the...

Friday, May 20 2016

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