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‘Credible’ Reports Of Torture At U.S. Facilities In Afghanistan

GENEVA — The United Nations reported Wednesday that it had uncovered two credible accounts of torture at U.S. military facilities in Afghanistan in recent years during an investigation into the treatment of detainees. The report, which was devoted primarily to mistreatment of prisoners held in Afghan custody, said the “credible and reliable” accounts came from […]

Afghanistan Marine veteran Hunter Garth (pictured) is tired of hearing “Thank you for your service.” Mike Freedman, a Green Beret, calls it the “thank you for your service phenomenon.” To some recent vets — by no stretch all of them — the thanks comes across as shallow, disconnected, a reflexive offering from people who, while […]

Representatives from the Afghan Taliban are set to meet U.S. officials in Qatar late Thursday to begin peace talks, according to media reports. Afghan Taliban officials communicated through the Pakistani military that they are willing to open negotiations, Reuters reported Thursday. The development comes after several unsuccessful attempts to initiate talks over the years. A […]

Ayman Mohyeldin said Chris Kyle was known to be “racist” and that his actions were “killing sprees.” You are dying to “like” us on Facebook  Now read this:Antiwar.com’s Eric Garris: Our Actions Will Lead To ISIS-Al Qaeda Merge (Feb 18, 2015) Video: Jeb In 2010: ‘I Never Disagreed [With My Brother] And I’m Not Going To […]

MINNEAPOLIS — The widow of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is facing growing blowback over her late husband’s bestselling memoir, “American Sniper,” now a hit movie and recently the subject of a defamation case by former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura. Taya Kyle had planned to give interviews this week to promote the movie and her Feb. […]

Yes, this is the country where we spent 13 years and lost thousands of lives. Oh, and threw away billions of taxpayer dollars. We’ve left it in much better shape. Not. Hundreds in southern Afghanistan rallied to praise the killing of 12 people at the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, calling the two gunmen “heroes” who […]

NATO formally ended its war in Afghanistan on Sunday, holding a low-key ceremony in Kabul after 13 years of conflict that have left the country in the grip of worsening insurgent violence. The event was arranged in secret due to the threat of Taliban strikes in the Afghan capital, which has been hit by repeated […]

The war in Afghanistan ended today. You’d think that would get lots of attention. The United States and NATO formally ended their war in Afghanistan on Sunday with a ceremony at their military headquarters in Kabul after 13 years as the insurgency they fought for more than a decade remains ferocious and deadly. The low-key […]

Speaking from Hawaii at Marine Corps Base, President Obama told the troops that combat in Afghanistan will end next week. We’ve been in continuous war now for over 13 years,” Mr. Obama told troops gathered in the mess hall at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. “Next week we will be ending our combat mission in Afghanistan.” […]

WASHINGTON — President Obama, accompanied by Gov. Chris Christie, will head to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst today to mark the end of combat operations in Afghanistan and thank the troops stationed there for their service to their country. The president was scheduled to fly via Air Force One to the base, the only U.S. facility serving […]

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