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2015/05/23 06:33
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What gets me is when they turn their blinker on while making a turn. That doesn't give a driver enough time to know their turning. At least a half block away would be sufficient. Maybe these people...
2015/05/23 06:33
2015/05/23 06:33
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2015/05/22 09:31
2015/05/22 09:31
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Bad road chemistry Editor: Until recently, the stretch of Interstate 84 through Northeast Pennsylvania was among the most scenic and enjoyable drives anywhere in Pennsylvania and possibly in the...
2015/05/21 17:33
2015/05/21 17:33
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Polis ‘Smart Track’ Position an Insult It’s quite insulting that Congressman Polis assumes those who voted for him are stupid enough to buy his relabeling of Fast Track as “Smart Track.” These...
2015/05/20 15:42
2015/05/20 15:42
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Will save people with Indian hands, says Afghan army man "Will continue to save lives of people with my new Indian hands," said a former Afghan National Army officer here on Wednesday, pepped with a...
2015/05/20 01:20
2015/05/20 01:20
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In both countries, clashes between the Obama administration and the leaders in power at the time — Nouri al-Maliki in Iraq and Hamid Karzai in Afghanistan — undercut efforts to forge professional...
2015/05/19 13:03
2015/05/19 13:03
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Pakistan says its spies will co-operate with Afghanistan2015-05-19 14:36 A Pakistan army soldie. (AP) Islamabad - After years of antagonism and accusations, spy agencies in Pakistan and Afghanistan...
2015/05/18 03:39
2015/05/18 03:39
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A Taliban suicide car bomber attacked a convoy from the European Union police training mission Sunday near the Afghan capital’s international airport, killing at least three people, including a...
2015/05/17 22:09
2015/05/17 22:09
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Yet another Burundi coup attempt, the tenth since independence in July 1962, illustrates the challenges of building peace and instilling governance in poor, divided societies. Patterns of local...
2015/05/17 06:13
2015/05/17 06:13
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Taliban militants are expanding their reach into new areas of Afghanistan, straining security forces who are locked in some of the bloodiest battles of the 13-year-old insurgency, provincial and local...
2015/05/16 16:38
2015/05/16 16:38
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Afghan army captain gets Indian hands in rare transplant Doctors in Kerala's Kochi city have successfully transplanted a new pair of hands on an Afghan army captain, who had lost his arms in a mine...
2015/05/15 16:15
2015/05/15 16:15
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It wasn’t. Then he deployed again in 2013 with the 344th Military Police Company for a year in Afghanistan’s Parwan province, where he spent time training the Afghan army. Both were dangerous...
2015/05/15 16:12
2015/05/15 16:12
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SAN DIEGO -- Marine Capt. Eric McElvenny didn't know the fellow officer who walked into his hospital room one day. McElvenny had just lost much of his lower right leg to an improvised explosive...
2015/05/14 15:39
2015/05/14 15:39
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The Taliban continues to pose a threat in Afghanistan and ISIS could rear its ugly head. Our troops could be needed to quash enemy attacks in the region. Compared to our prior strength of 100,000...
2015/05/14 03:45
2015/05/14 03:45
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WASHINGTON -- American taxpayers have spent $62.5 billion on Afghanistan's military and police forces since the U.S. invaded that country in 2001. It could all go to waste -- or, worse, to extremists...
2015/05/13 22:03
2015/05/13 22:03
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The first U.S. Special Forces arrived in Afghanistan in October 2001 to fight alongside anti-Taliban rebels, spot targets for war planes and search the cave-dotted hills of Tora Bora for Osama bin...
2015/05/13 16:27
2015/05/13 16:27
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Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif speaks during a joint news conference in Kabul, May 12, 2015. KABUL Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif promised coordinated military operations with Afghan...
2015/05/10 13:48
2015/05/10 13:48
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Down a dusty side street and behind walls crowned with razor wire, a roomful of girls huddle around the blank screens of a dozen desktops. The power outage—a frequent occurrence in Kabul and in much...
2015/05/09 10:29
2015/05/09 10:29
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Afghanistan has traditionally remained friendly to India and hostile to Pakistan since 1947. The only time it was friendly with Pakistan and unfriendly with India was during the five-year rule of...
2015/05/08 08:05
2015/05/08 08:05
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An Afghan soldier on guard at Kunduz Airport last month. Photo: Reuters Kabul: Nearly two weeks of clashes around Kunduz have forced thousands of people to flee their homes and posed the biggest...
2015/05/04 02:44
2015/05/04 02:44
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Afghan security forces are suffering record casualties in their first battles against the Taliban since the U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan ended in December after more than 13 years. The number...
2015/05/23 06:33
2015/05/23 06:33
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