As a child in the 1950s, I learned how to "duck and cover" in order to protect myself from an atomic bomb explosion. Little did I know the instruction should have been, "Kiss your asterisk goodbye."
Pakistan's ambassador to the United States is warning that militants will exploit the aftermath of devastating floods unless the international community moves quickly to alleviate the massive humanitarian crisis of 20 million dislocated people.
Saying that he had fulfilled his campaign promise to end the war in Iraq, a solemn President Obama on Tuesday declared U.S. combat operations over — but with violence and political gridlock continuing to plague the country, he warned that America's mission is not .
Afghan President Hamid Karzai's recent complaints that international forces should focus on militant leaders hiding in neighboring Pakistan instead of Afghan villages doesn't mean the government no longer supports the U.S. war strategy, the top NATO commander said Tuesday.
Seven American service members were killed Monday in two separate roadside bomb attacks in southern Afghanistan, NATO said.
Seven U.S. troops have died in weekend attacks in Afghanistan's embattled southern and eastern regions, NATO said Sunday.
It isn't as though Karachi hasn't seen it all before.
As U.S. military forces continue to stream out of Iraq, formally ending combat operations on Tuesday, one of the most effective elements of those forces missed the drawdown completely.
When police arrested a suspected al Qaeda cell in Norway last month, they turned up the makings of a bomb lab tucked away in a nondescript Oslo apartment building.