There are few hard and fast rules in espionage, but this is one of them: Never admit to taking CIA money.
(KABUL, Afghanistan) — A Turkish civilian helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing in a Taliban-controlled area of eastern Afghanistan, and the insurgents took all nine people aboard the aircraft hostage, including eight Turks, officials said Monday.
The transport helicopter landed in strong winds and heavy rain on Sunday in a
Women make up only a small part of the Afghan workforce — perhaps many fear the behavior of the men they have to work with
Mobile banking has made a bigger advance in the country than in the rest of the world, including the U.S. — with potentially huge repercussions
Muslim preachers are a fount of influence in Afghanistan. Has the chance been lost to make them champions of moderation?
As the Algerian hostage drama neared day four confusion remained high, information tight, and speculation about multiple motives behind the terror strike emerge
As one outpost is prepared for a handover, a report raises the risks attendant upon the departure of American forces
In order to protect themselves, Americans must now watch the Afghan soldiers they are training to take over the security of the country
Last week’s U.N. General Assembly session served up reminders that the next White House may have little option but to deal with a number of crises previously deferred
Report in le Monde detailing declassified intelligence reports suggest Toulouse killer Mohammed Merah had far more contacts with presumed radical allies than previously known–but security officials contend it doesn’t undermine …
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A gruesome video depicts the Taliban’s take on adultery in today’s Afghanistan. But it also tells of the failures of an 11-year project of nation-building