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KABUL, says a media outlet. The troops from the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 128th Infantry returned home on Friday, reported Channel 3000. According
KABUL will be cut down to between 4,000 and 5,000 by November, says President Donald Trump. In an interview on Monday, Trump said he would
KABUL by the fall, an influential American media outlet reported on Saturday. When implemented, the decision would the number of US soldiers on Afghanistan fall
KABUL. Talking to Voice of America, President Ashraf Ghani expressed these views during his interview with TED, a US organization. Ghani said the Taliban were
KABUL ahead of schedule, CNN reports. Discussions on the sensitive issue were partly triggered by concerns that President Donald Trump could withdraw military personnel before
KABUL continues despite turmoil in the war-devastated country, the Department of Defence says. The withdrawal of forces would meet a timeline that that the US
KABUL remains on track, as power-sharing discussion between President Ashraf Ghani and his arch rival Dr. Abdullah continue, says the Pentagon chief. Defense Secretary Mark
KABUL. These returning soldiers were part of the 400 “Red Arrow” soldiers that were sent to Afghanistan in July 2017, the Wisconsin Army National Guard
KABUL this summer, the US military has announced. Currently stationed at Fort Carson, it would replace the 3rd Security Forces Assistance Brigade in Afghanistan, Army
KABUL. Additionally, 1,500 troops and civilians who recently arrived in Afghanistan are being quarantined to protect them from the deadly virus. Gen. Scott Miller, the