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Insurgents launch late-night attack on Kabul guesthouse   - 9 Hours ago
KABUL There was no immediate word on casualties. Police did not identify the guesthouse or its occupants. Afghan and Western security sources said the target could be a compound owned by a prominent
  
    



Gunfire hits Kabul's diplomatic area   - 9 Hours ago
Heavy gunfire and a series of explosions have been reported in a diplomatic area of the Afghan capital, Kabul. At least a dozen explosions were heard in one hour in the Wazir Akbar Khan district, that
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Heavy gunfire, multiple blasts strike Kabul   - 10 Hours ago
KABUL Heavy gunfire and a series of explosions were heard in central Kabul late on Tuesday, with police unable to immediately confirm the target of the attack. Teams of Afghan security forces were deployed
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Heavy gunfire, multiple explosions heard late at night in central Kabul   - 10 Hours ago
KABUL (Reporting by Jessica Donati; Editing by Larry King)
  
    



Heavy gunfire, multiple explosions heard late at night in central Kabul   - 11 Hours ago
KABUL Heavy gunfire and a series of explosions were heard in central Kabul late on Tuesday night, with police unable to immediately provide further details on the target of the attack. (Reporting
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Heavy Gunfire, Explosions Heard in Afghan Capital   - 10 Hours ago
Heavy gunfire and explosions have been heard in an upscale neighborhood in Afghanistan's capital. The firefight seemed focused Tuesday night in the Wazir Akbar Khan neighborhood, which is home to several
  
    


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These were the best military photographs of 2014   - 14 Hours ago
Earlier this year, a panel of judges based in Fort Meade, Maryland made their selections for the 2014 Military Photographer awards . The judges handed out awards to military photographers for their
  
    



What Veterans Affairs won’t pay for: Chance for the wounded to have kids   - 16 Hours ago
By Emily Wax-Thibodeaux, Edward Linsmier for The Washington Post Retired Army Staff Sgt. Alex Dillmann and his wife, Holly, have set aside a room in their house for a nursery. Veterans Affairs does
  
    



2 Police Officers Killed at Afghan Courthouse Near Kabul   - 16 Hours ago
Insurgents attacked a courthouse near the Afghan capital Tuesday, killing two police officers as a militant assault raged on in a district in a central province besieged for weeks, authorities said.
  
    


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President Obama honors the fallen: 'A debt we will never stop trying to fully repay'   - 16 Hours ago
President Obama spoke of the sacrifices made by service members and their families, and noted that this is the first Memorial Day without a ground war in 14 years. President Barack Obama (l.) and US Army
  
    



VA ban on IVF coverage adds insult to injury   - 18 Hours ago
By Emily Wax-Thibodeaux, Edward Linsmier for The Washington Post Retired Army Staff Sgt. Alex Dillmann and his wife, Holly, have set aside a room in their house for a nursery. Veterans Affairs does
  
    



Why Pakistan is friends with everyone – and no one   - 18 Hours ago
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (front L) shakes hands with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (front C) as Nepal’s Prime Minister Sushil Koirala (back 2nd L) and Afghanistan’s President Ashraf
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Homeless vets deserve more than a home   - 18 Hours ago
The Obama administration and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) collaborated five years ago on a grand proposal to end homelessness among the military veterans population by 2015. Since that
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Afghan Peace Envoy, Taliban Hold Talks in China: Source   - 19 Hours ago
KABUL, Afghanistan — A senior Afghan peace envoy met with ex-Taliban officials in China last week in an attempt to lay the groundwork for talks between the government and country's former rulers, a source
  
    



'NI military veterans abandoned'   - 5/26/2015
Captain Doug Beattie accuses government of 'abandoning' Northern Ireland military veterans By Vincent Kearney BBC News NI Home Affairs Correspondent 26 May 2015 From the section Northern Ireland
  
    



Deadly Taliban siege continues in Afghanistan   - 5/26/2015
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan -- Taliban gunmen surrounded a police compound in the volatile southern province of Helmand after killing 19 policemen and seven soldiers in an ongoing siege, a senior police officer
  
    



Obama heralds first U.S. Memorial Day without ground war in 14 years   - 5/26/2015
ARLINGTON, Va. President Barack Obama heralded the first U.S. Memorial Day in 14 years without a major ground war in an annual ceremony of remembrance on Monday for fallen American forces. In remarks
  
    



EFE News Briefs for Monday, May 25 (End of the day)   - 5/26/2015
Obama celebrates 1st Memorial Day without U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan U.S. President Barack Obama said that this Memorial Day is the first in 14 years where there are no U.S. troops involved
  
    



Explosions and gunfire heard in Kabul diplomatic district   - 9 Hours ago
The sound of heavy fighting has been heard in the diplomatic quarter of the Afghan capital, Kabul. Insurgents were said to be battling security forces over a guesthouse believed to have links to a prominent
  
    



Heavy gunfire, explosions heard in Afghanistan's capital   - 9 Hours ago
KABUL, Afghanistan: , as police surrounded a guesthouse thought to be under attack by insurgents. The firefight in the Wazir Akbar Khan neighborhood, which is home to several embassies, sounded to be
  
    



Multiple explosions rock central Kabul   - 9 Hours ago
Heavy gunfire and blasts heard in Afghanistan's capital, with guesthouse hosting foreigners believed to be the target. Heavy gunfire and a series of explosions have been heard in the centre of Afghanistan's
  
    



Gunfire, Explosions Strike Central Kabul   - 10 Hours ago
Heavy gunfire and a series of explosions have rocked the center of Afghanistan's capital overnight. Reports said Afghan security forces were deployed overnight to the upscale neighborhood Wazir Akbar
  
    



A Brief History of the ‘Democracy Through Regime Change’ Policy That Never Was (Part   - 10 Hours ago
Foreign policy will be prominent in the 2016 elections. After all, how could it be otherwise when America’s foes behead its citizens, conquer countries, and claim the seas for themselves. Still, it is
  
    



Is There Hope for Afghanistan’s Other Daughters?   - 10 Hours ago
In what has become Afghanistan’s most infamous murder case, justice has been done quickly, if not necessarily scrupulously. Exactly two months after an Afghan woman named Farkhunda was lynched at a
  
    



Heavy gunfire, explosions heard in Afghanistan's capital   - 9 Hours ago
KABUL: Heavy gunfire and explosions echoed through an upscale neighborhood in Afghanistan's capital late Tuesday night, as police surrounded the area. It wasn't immediately clear what was under attack
  
    
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