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KABUL, Afghanistan — Ahmed Haidari knows that when he graduates from the Kabul police academy this month, he will take on one of the most dangerous — and most poorly paid — jobs in Afghanistan.
The Bush administration announced yesterday a new strategy to reduce drug trafficking in Afghanistan, the world-wide leader in opium production.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Extremism that plagues Afghanistan has crept across the border into Pakistan, President Hamid Karzai said yesterday at the opening of a meeting of more than 600 Pakistani and Afghan tribal leaders.
According to major media, America's "surge in Iraq" is suddenly working.
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Japanese Defense Minister Yuriko Koike said yesterday Tokyo remained committed to its role in the U.S.-led military operation in Afghanistan despite major political gains last month by an opposition party that has demanded an end to the mission.
Two weeks ago, the President's Commission on Care for America's Returning Wounded Warriors issued its report to address major inadequacies in the military medical and benefit system first revealed five months ago.
A group of "pro-mission" Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans is asking lawmakers on Capitol Hill to give the military surge in Iraq more time to succeed in advance of a top military commander's progress report next month.