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Court Throws out Chiquita Terror Payment Claims   - 4 Hours ago
A divided federal appeals court has thrown out claims against produce giant Chiquita Brands International made by thousands of Colombians killed during years of bloody civil war. A panel of the 11th
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Dad Charged After Fallen Dresser Kills 2 Toddlers   - 5 Hours ago
The attorney for a Pennsylvania man charged with involuntary manslaughter after a dresser fell on his two toddler daughters says their deaths were a "tragic accident," not a crime. Attorney Dale Fouse
  
    




Gunmen Slay Nigerian Traditional Leader   - 4 Hours ago
Witnesses say gunmen dressed as soldiers stormed a village in northeastern Nigeria killing the traditional leader and 11 others. Idrisa Garubula, a resident of the Biu district, said the attack began
  
    



Pakistan officials say al Qaeda trainer, not Taliban militant, arrested   - 12 Hours ago
By Mehreen Zahra-Malik ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan security officials said on Thursday they had arrested a top militant near the Afghan border but not a Pakistani Taliban leader who colleagues had
  
    



Afghans Don't Like Soybeans, Despite $34 Million U.S. Program To Change Their Tastes   - 3 Hours ago
A large program sprouts from a small taste test By all accounts, the idea for the soybeans-in-Afghanistan endeavor came from Dr. Steven Kwon, a food biochemist who first visited the country eleven
  
    



Who knew Afghans don’t like soybeans?   - 4 Hours ago
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction John Sopko at soybean factory in Mazar-e Shari, Afghanistan. (Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction report, via Flickr) Technically,
  
    


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In the Loop: Who knew Afghans don’t like soybeans?   - 4 Hours ago
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction John Sopko at soybean factory in Mazar-e Shari, Afghanistan. (Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction report, via Flickr) Technically,
  
    



Lockheed Martin's Unmanned K-MAX Cargo Helicopter Team Returns From Deployment With   - 4 Hours ago
SOURCE Lockheed Martin OWEGO, N.Y. In 2011, K-MAX became the first unmanned helicopter to deliver cargo in theater for the U.S. Marine Corps. As troops were frequent targets of improvised explosive
  
    



Two Finnish aid workers killed in Afghanistan - ministry   - 11 Hours ago
12:16pm BST HELSINKI (Reuters) - Two Finnish aid workers have been killed in Afghanistan, Finland's foreign ministry said on Thursday. The workers were both women who worked for aid organisation International
  
    


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Soldiers Reunite with Dogs They Served With in Iraq and Afghanistan   - 23 Hours ago
7:51pm They’re the four-legged veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan – military war dogs, doing everything from sniffing out explosive devices on the battlefield to providing companionship to
  
    



In Kabul, vote recount delayed in dispute over what constitutes a fraudulent ballot   - 23 Hours ago
By , KABUL — Election authorities on Wednesday halted the inspection of about 8 million ballots cast in last month’s presidential runoff in Afghanistan, heightening concerns that an already chaotic
  
    



Shooting at hospital near Philadelphia injures 3   - 3 Hours ago
DARBY, Pa. Police in suburban Philadelphia are investigating a shooting at a hospital campus and say they have reports people have been injured and a suspect is in custody. The Yeadon police department
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Pakistan Asks Hamid Karzai to Pardon Jailed Journalist   - 5 Hours ago
Islamabad:  Pakistan has appealed to Afghan president Hamid Karzai to issue a pardon to a journalist facing a four-year jail term in Afghanistan for "contacting terrorists". Faizullah Khan, a reporter
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Pakistan rejects Indian allegations of border infiltration a   - 5 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry on Thursday rejected allegations from the Indian army that it is fighting with a large group of infiltrators on the border who trespassed into their territory
  
    



Sanctions Notice - Afghanistan   - 4 Hours ago
Please be advised of the amendment to the sanctions measures in place regarding Afghanistan has been made by the Legislation Select Committee. This amendments, which has direct effect, is as follows:
  
    



Kazakh Lawyer Jailed For Hitting Judge With Fly Swatter   - 10 Hours ago
A Kazakh court sentenced a local lawyer to three years in jail on July 24 for hitting a judge with a fly swatter. Yevgeny Tankov was found guilty of "assaulting a judge." Tankov's mother, Valentina
  
    



DoD fires 9 active-duty company commanders serving in Afghanistan   - 3 Hours ago
Story Topics Nine company commanders are among 48 captains on active duty in Afghanistan that are slated to be fired under a Pentagon cost-cutting plan, officials said Thursday. The disclosure about
  
    



Eight killed in Afghanistan market blast   - 3 Hours ago
Uzbekistan News.Net Thursday 24th July, 2014 At least eight civilians died and 28 were injured Thursday when a bomb planted on a motorcycle exploded in a market in northern Afghanistan, an official
  
    



Eid shopping   - 3 Hours ago
Muslim women buy shoes at a market ahead of Eid Al Fitr in Karachi on Wednesday.
  
    



Movies The Kill Team Is an Absolutely Essential Documentary   - 5 Hours ago
Many of us take the phrase "war is hell" to mean getting ripped apart by bullets or seeing other soldiers maimed or killed. But there’s another sort of "war is hell" story that centers not on what’s done
  
    



Karzai appealed for release of Pakistani journalist   - 5 Hours ago
Islamabad: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Pervaiz Rasheed has requested the President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai to release Pakistani journalist, Faiz Ullah by using his special
  
    



Afghanistan beat Zim to draw level   - 5 Hours ago
Afghanistan 259 (Shafiqullah 56, Shenwari 40, Tiripano 5-63) beat Zimbabwe 159 (Mutumbami 64, Sharafuddin 3-29) by 100 runs AFTER losing the first two games, Afghanistan had their backs to the wall,
  
    



Taliban Sustained Heavy Casualties In Faryab   - 10 Hours ago
Thursday, July 24, 2014 Maimana (BNA) Seven armed Taliban including a local commander of them were killed in recent clashes in Faryab province last night. In the clashes four militaries were also
  
    



2 Christian aid organization workers killed in Afghanistan   - 10 Hours ago
KABUL, Afghanistan, July 24 (UPI) -- Two foreign workers with International Assistance Mission were killed in western Afghanistan on Thursday. The two women were shot as they rode in a taxi through Herat
  
    



Finnish nationals killed in Afghanistan   - 11 Hours ago
Two Finnish female aid workers with the charity International Assistance Mission (IAM) have been shot dead in the western Afghan city of Herat. The charity they worked for and the Finnish foreign ministry
  
    
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