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Breitbart
Newt Gingrich Defends Embattled National Security Adviser H.R. McMastersecurity systems.” However, McMaster’s support for a plan to send 3,000 to 4,0
Breitbart / Posted 50 minutes ago
security systems.” However, McMaster’s support for a plan to send 3,000 to 4,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan to hit the Taliban harder and drive back them to the negotiating table has been panned by some experts as doing more o... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Patrick J. Buchanan: America's second civil warAvenue left alone. The election is the place to decide this, but the left will
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted an hour ago
Avenue left alone. The election is the place to decide this, but the left will not wait. In Durham, North Carolina, our Taliban smashed the statue of a Confederate soldier. Near the entrance of Duke University Chapel, a statue of Lee has been... Read more
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asianage
In shadow of terror, Afghan celebrates Independence Dayhave increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic qu
asianage / Posted 3 hours ago
have increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic quarters (too),” he added, amid fears that the Taliban would mark the anniversary with a large-scale attack. August 19 commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Rawalpindi... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
News of the Day From Around the Worldpull passengers out of the rail cars of the Kalinga-Utkal Express. The cause of
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 hours ago
pull passengers out of the rail cars of the Kalinga-Utkal Express. The cause of the tragedy was not immediately clear. 6 Taliban attack: Taliban insurgents attacked a police checkpoint in southern Helmand province, killing five Afghan police... Read more
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Swissinfo
Bannon's exit not seen to signal Trump shift to centremany of Trump's national security aides favour sending several thousand more tr
Swissinfo / Posted 5 hours ago
many of Trump's national security aides favour sending several thousand more troops to Afghanistan, where the Taliban insurgents have been regaining ground, Bannon argued for withdrawing the 8,400 U.S. personnel still there. He also... Read more
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Reuters
Bannon's exit not seen to signal Trump shift to centermany of Trump's national security aides favor sending several thousand more tro
Reuters / Posted 5 hours ago
many of Trump's national security aides favor sending several thousand more troops to Afghanistan, where the Taliban insurgents have been regaining ground, Bannon argued for withdrawing the 8,400 U.S. personnel still there. He also... Read more
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dna
Bannon's exit not seen to signal Trump shift to centermany of Trump's national security aides favor sending several thousand more tro
dna / Posted 5 hours ago
many of Trump's national security aides favor sending several thousand more troops to Afghanistan, where the Taliban insurgents have been regaining ground, Bannon argued for withdrawing the 8,400 U.S. personnel still there. He also... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Bannon's exit not seen to signal Trump shift to centremany of Trump's national security aides favour sending several thousand more tr
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 hours ago
many of Trump's national security aides favour sending several thousand more troops to Afghanistan, where the Taliban insurgents have been regaining ground, Bannon argued for withdrawing the 8,400 U.S. personnel still there. He also... Read more
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The Star
Bannon's exit not seen to signal Trump shift to centremany of Trump's national security aides favour sending several thousand more tr
The Star / Posted 6 hours ago
many of Trump's national security aides favour sending several thousand more troops to Afghanistan, where the Taliban insurgents have been regaining ground, Bannon argued for withdrawing the 8,400 U.S. personnel still there. He also... Read more
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Daily Mail
Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
Daily Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. RELATED ARTICLES BREAKING - Trump pulls out of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US CentCom chief visits Pakistan as Trump weighs relationshipwith Pakistan has been under scrutiny in Trump’s lengthy review of a new strate
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 hours ago
with Pakistan has been under scrutiny in Trump’s lengthy review of a new strategy and troop levels in the fight against Taliban and other Islamist militants in Afghanistan. U.S. officials say the Afghan Taliban are supported by elements of... Read more
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New Kerala
Trump hints at 'decision' on Afghanistan strategy - newkerala news #264680and said his administration is getting close to a decision on an updated strate
New Kerala / Posted 10 hours ago
and said his administration is getting close to a decision on an updated strategy for the war in Afghanistan. The Afghan Taliban has sent an "open letter" to President Donald Trump, calling on the United States to leave Kabul rather than increase... Read more
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The Washington Times
Donald Trump OKs memorial commemorating War on TerrorismW. Bush in reaction to the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, including ongoing
The Washington Times / Posted 10 hours ago
W. Bush in reaction to the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, including ongoing operations against targets including the Taliban, Al Qaeda and Islamic State. Federal legislation prohibits erecting war memorials on the National Mall in D.C. until... Read more
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Reuters
U.S. Central Command chief visits Pakistan as Trump weighs relationshipwith Pakistan has been under scrutiny in Trump’s lengthy review of a new strate
Reuters / Posted 11 hours ago
with Pakistan has been under scrutiny in Trump’s lengthy review of a new strategy and troop levels in the fight against Taliban and other Islamist militants in Afghanistan. U.S. officials say the Afghan Taliban are supported by elements of... Read more
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dna
Trump hints at 'decision' on Afghanistan strategyand said his administration is getting close to a decision on an updated strate
dna / Posted 11 hours ago
and said his administration is getting close to a decision on an updated strategy for the war in Afghanistan. The Afghan Taliban has sent an "open letter" to President Donald Trump, calling on the United States to leave Kabul rather than increase... Read more
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The Hill
End the 'big wink' in US-Middle East foreign policyhijackers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, trained by Al Qaeda, Hezbollah and
The Hill / Posted 12 hours ago
hijackers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, trained by Al Qaeda, Hezbollah and Iran, given sanctuary in Afghanistan by the Taliban, flew airplanes into our World Trade Center and Pentagon, and 3,000 people perished. As Iran is the world’s premier... Read more
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FOX News
Trump hints at Afghanistan agreement with US generalsis largely how to step up the fight against terrorism in a way that advances pe
FOX News / Posted 13 hours ago
is largely how to step up the fight against terrorism in a way that advances peace prospects -- in large part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shows no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat, in... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Malala Yousafzai ‘so excited’ to go to University of Oxfordof Oxford. The 20-year-old Pakistani activist who rose to prominence after bei
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 14 hours ago
of Oxford. The 20-year-old Pakistani activist who rose to prominence after being shot in the head and neck by the Taliban while on her way home from school in 2012, has won praise for her campaigning and advocacy surrounding the rights of... Read more
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Aljazeera
The White House power struggle that toppled Bannonthat sees a need for more US troops in Afghanistan to continue its training mis
Aljazeera / Posted 15 hours ago
that sees a need for more US troops in Afghanistan to continue its training mission of the Afghan army and prevent the Taliban from taking any more territory in the country. Trump, on the other hand, has questioned the efficacy of this... Read more
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Daily Press
Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
Daily Press / Posted 15 hours ago
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat in nearby... Read more
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New Kerala
'Trump wants to cut off all military aid to Pakistan' - newkerala news #264404counterterrorism operations. This move is being considered due to Pakistan's c
New Kerala / Posted 16 hours ago
counterterrorism operations. This move is being considered due to Pakistan's constant support to insurgent group Taliban. However, U.S. wants to ensure the survival of the Afghan government by ending the war in the country by negotiating... Read more
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Newser
Trump 'Very Close' to New Strategy in Afghanistanneed to know, bright and early. President is 'considering options' as Taliba
Newser / Posted 16 hours ago
need to know, bright and early. President is 'considering options' as Taliban gains ground Copyright 2017 Newser, LLC. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Taliban kill 5 police in southern AfghanistanKANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan official says the Taliban attacked a pol
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 hours ago
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan official says the Taliban attacked a police checkpoint in the southern Helmand province, killing five Afghan police. Gen. Abdul Ghafar Safi, the provincial police chief, says six other policemen were wounded in... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat in nearby... Read more
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Gulf News
High security as Afghanistan marks independence dayhave increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic qu
Gulf News / Posted 17 hours ago
have increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic quarters (too),” he added, amid fears that the Taliban would mark the anniversary with a large-scale attack.August 19 commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Rawalpindi... Read more
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Gulf News
Gunmen kill local leader of Pakistan’s pro-Taliban partya mosque, police say Peshawar: A police officer says gunmen on a motorcycle ha
Gulf News / Posted 17 hours ago
a mosque, police say Peshawar: A police officer says gunmen on a motorcycle have killed a local leader of Pakistan’s pro-Taliban Jamiat-e-Ulema Islam party in an apparent assassination in the northwest before fleeing.Local police chief Amjad Khan... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Trump, aides talk Afghan war plansthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban have been gaining ground and have shown no interest in peace negotiations. [PRESIDENT TRUMP: Timeline, appointments,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
High security as Afghanistan marks independence dayhave increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic qu
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 hours ago
have increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic quarters (too)," he added, amid fears that the Taliban would mark the anniversary with a large-scale attack. August 19 commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Rawalpindi... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
High security as Afghanistan marks independence dayhave increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic qu
News 24 South Africa / Posted 19 hours ago
have increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic quarters (too)," he added, amid fears that the Taliban would mark the anniversary with a large-scale attack. August 19 commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Rawalpindi... Read more
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FOX News
Gunmen kill local leader of Pakistan's pro-Taliban partyPESHAWAR, Pakistan – A police officer says gunmen on a motorcycle have killed a
FOX News / Posted 19 hours ago
PESHAWAR, Pakistan – A police officer says gunmen on a motorcycle have killed a local leader of Pakistan's pro-Taliban Jamiat-e-Ulema Islam party in an apparent assassination in the northwest before fleeing. Local police chief Amjad Khan says... Read more
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dna
Security on high alert as Afghanistan marks independence dayhave increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic qu
dna / Posted 19 hours ago
have increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic quarters (too)," he added, amid fears that the Taliban would mark the anniversary with a large-scale attack. August 19 commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Rawalpindi... Read more
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Aljazeera
ISIL in Afghanistan: A growing threatof additional supporters. It is targeting mainly the Shias and the Hazara minor
Aljazeera / Posted 20 hours ago
of additional supporters. It is targeting mainly the Shias and the Hazara minority and in parts joining forces with the Taliban thereby changing the dynamics of the war in Afghanistan. By doing so, it is provoking Iran and possibly Russia to get... Read more
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New Kerala
Pak Army assures U.S. of cooperation in restoring peace in Afghanistan - newkerala news #264502Pakistan and India. There is a perception in the US that not enough had been do
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
Pakistan and India. There is a perception in the US that not enough had been done to uproot the Afghan Haqqani Network and Taliban sanctuaries from Pakistani soil because of which the militants were sustaining the insurgency in... Read more
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Gulf News
High security as Afghanistan marks independence dayhave increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic qu
Gulf News / Posted 21 hours ago
have increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic quarters (too)," he added, amid fears that the Taliban would mark the anniversary with a large-scale attack.August 19 commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Rawalpindi... Read more
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New Kerala
FBM delegation, Khan of Kalat meet U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher in London - newkerala news #264446of chasing shadows, Americans should focus their attention on Pakistan which is
New Kerala / Posted 21 hours ago
of chasing shadows, Americans should focus their attention on Pakistan which is training, financing and facilitating the Taliban and other religious extremist groups. The delegation hoped that the administration of President Donald Trump changes... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
High security as Afghanistan marks independence dayhave increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic qu
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 21 hours ago
have increased the number of police checkpoints in and around the diplomatic quarters (too),” he added, amid fears that the Taliban would mark the anniversary with a large-scale attack. August 19 commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Rawalpindi... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Bullies from both sides appeared in Virginiaand, I think, safely. Both bullies showed on both sides in Virginia. The whole
MPNnow.com / Posted 21 hours ago
and, I think, safely. Both bullies showed on both sides in Virginia. The whole thing stinks. The Islamic State and the Taliban also like to destroy monuments and remove history. In my opinion, and the king said, “Let the name of Moses be... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
Northwest Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat in nearby... Read more
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Rappler
Trump mulls new U.S. strategy in Afghanistancontinue on the current course, which relies on a relatively small US-led NATO
Rappler / Posted 23 hours ago
continue on the current course, which relies on a relatively small US-led NATO force to help Afghan partners push back the Taliban, or try a new tack such as adding more forces – or even withdrawing altogether. The White House released a statement... Read more
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Business Standard India
Trump wants to cut military aid to Pak, increase troops in Afghanistancounterterrorism operations. This move is being considered due to Pakistan's c
Business Standard India / Posted 23 hours ago
counterterrorism operations. This move is being considered due to Pakistan's constant support to insurgent group Taliban. However, US wants to ensure the survival of the Afghan government by ending the war in the country by negotiating... Read more
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dna
FBM delegation, Khan of Kalat meet U.S. Congressman Rohrabacher in Londonof chasing shadows, Americans should focus their attention on Pakistan which is
dna / Posted 23 hours ago
of chasing shadows, Americans should focus their attention on Pakistan which is training, financing and facilitating the Taliban and other religious extremist groups. The delegation hoped that the administration of President Donald Trump changes... Read more
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The Manila Times
Trump mulls new US strategy in Afghanistancontinue on the current course, which relies on a relatively small US-led NATO
The Manila Times / Posted yesterday
continue on the current course, which relies on a relatively small US-led NATO force to help Afghan partners push back the Taliban, or try a new tack such as adding more forces — or even withdrawing altogether. The White House released a statement... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Pat Buchanan Asks "In This Second American Civil War - Whose Side Are You On?"Avenue left alone. The election is the place to decide this, but the left will
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Avenue left alone. The election is the place to decide this, but the left will not wait. In Durham, North Carolina, our Taliban smashed the statue of a Confederate soldier. Near the entrance of Duke University Chapel, a statue of Lee has been... Read more
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The Hill
Trump again puts off Afghanistan war decisionNational Security Advisor Lt. Gen. HR McMaster want to send 3,000 to 5,000 addi
The Hill / Posted yesterday
National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. HR McMaster want to send 3,000 to 5,000 additional troops to the country to combat the Taliban, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and al Qaeda. Recently ousted chief strategist Stephen Bannon, however, had... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Maine Gov. LePage: Removing Confederate statues like losing 9/11 memorialprotesters who want to remove Confederate statues are ignorant of history and w
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
protesters who want to remove Confederate statues are ignorant of history and want to erase it. He compares them to "the Taliban in Afghanistan" in their desire to remove monuments. LePage says he didn't find out about the violence until Tuesday... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
President Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted yesterday
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. President Trump met at the presidential retreat... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
MyMotherLode.com / Posted yesterday
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat in nearby... Read more
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TribLIVE
Trump studying options for Afghanistan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat in nearby... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
WBOC Salisbury / Posted yesterday
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat in nearby... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Trump studying options for new approach to Afghan warthe war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may b
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted yesterday
the war. But stepping up the fight in a way that advances peace prospects may be even more difficult, in part because the Taliban has been gaining ground and shown no interest in peace negotiations. Trump met at the presidential retreat in nearby... Read more
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