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President Obama on Wednesday honored the sacrifice of an Army Green Beret who died in Afghanistan, awarding him the nation's highest military honor — the Medal of Honor — in a solemn East Room ceremony on the eve of the war's ninth anniversary.
Pakistan provided support and training for militants to fight in India in an attempt to focus world attention on Kashmir, the country's former president said in a recent magazine interview.
German officials were tight-lipped Tuesday about details surrounding a U.S. missile strike in Pakistan's rugged mountain border area that Pakistani officials say killed five German militants.
The Israeli military said Tuesday it was launching an investigation into a YouTube video that appears to show an Israeli soldier dancing around a blindfolded Palestinian Muslim woman.
Police in southern France arrested 12 suspects in sweeps against suspected Islamic militant networks on Tuesday, including three men linked to a network recruiting fighters for Afghanistan, officials said.
Police in southern France arrested 12 people in sweeps against suspected Islamic militant networks on Tuesday, including three men being checked for links to a network recruiting fighters for Afghanistan, officials said.
The Friday letter to the editor "Israel a buffer against Iranian insanity" could not be further from the truth.
Two explosions rocked Kandahar on Tuesday, the second day of deadly blasts in the southern Afghan city where Taliban insurgents are fighting back against U.S. and Afghan forces pushing into areas long held by the insurgents.
It was at the officers club in the military garrison town of Rawalpindi, a short drive from the capital of Islamabad. The one-star general, holding a glass of mango juice, asked for permission to speak to the three-star corps commander. They spoke in English, as Pakistani generals are prone to do when speaking among themselves.