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Latest Afghan Police Items
Family and friends welcomed home 153 Michigan National Guard members with hugs and kisses at a ceremony Thursday morning in Owosso.
Two Marines killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan were posthumously awarded on Saturday the Navy Cross, the service branch's top award and second only to the Medal of Honor.
An Afghan girl, 10, said she was forced to carry out a suicide attack, which failed, on a local police station in Helmand province, sparking an outrage from President Hamid Karzai and the international community.
Taliban suicide bombers and armed militants drove a truck toward the U.S. Consulate in the city of Herat early Friday, managing to kill two Afghan police and a security guard.
Taliban fighters ambushed a group of Afghan police officers riding in a convoy on a main highway, killing 15 and injuring another 10, a province spokesman said on Thursday.
Three militants wearing explosives-rigged vests killed at least nine civilians, most of them children, in a botched attack Saturday on the Indian consulate in an eastern Afghan city near the border with Pakistan, security officials said.
A suicide bomber killed at least 10 school children walking Paktia province streets on their lunch break, two soldiers and an Afghan police officer on Monday.
Militants in Afghanistan on Wednesday attacked a facility used by the International Committee of the Red Cross, first sending a suicide bomber to blast open the gates and then storming in troops, guns blazing.
Two recently rehired Afghan police opened fire on their commander at a checkpoint in a remote district in the country's south, killing him and six of his men, officials said Tuesday.