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Carlo Muñoz

Carlo Muñoz is the military correspondent for The Washington Times focusing on U.S. defense and national security policy, programs and operations.

He was most recently a foreign correspondent with the Stars and Stripes Mideast bureau, based in Kabul, Afghanistan. Mr. Muñoz also reported on U.S. and foreign military operations in South America, Cuba and the Asia-Pacific region. His work has appeared in The Guardian, United Press International, Atlantic Media, Air Force Magazine, USNI News and elsewhere.

He can be reached at [email protected]

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Demonstrators chant pro-Islamic State slogans as they wave the group's flags in front of the provincial government headquarters in Mosul, Iraq, on June 16, 2014. (Associated Press) **FILE**

U.S. offensive against ISIS costing $12M a day: Pentagon

Washington is spending $6.8 billion, or nearly $12 million a day, to finance U.S.-led operations to drive the Islamic State from its territories in Iraq and Syria, according to the Pentagon. Published April 20, 2016

Afghan security forces inspect the site of a Taliban-claimed deadly suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday that killed 28 people. (Associated Press)

Taliban suicide attack in Kabul renews debate on Afghanistan troop cuts

A devastating Taliban suicide attack that killed at least 28 people and wounded more than 300 others Tuesday in the heart of Kabul has sent concerns soaring that Afghanistan's struggling security forces will be overmatched in the summer fighting season, which many believe will be among the bloodiest on record. Published April 19, 2016