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College Is Weakening America’s Military   - 6 Hours ago
The law of unintended consequences is alive and well in a strange place: more Americans are going to college, which is a good thing, but it has reduced the quality of officers joining the military. I
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Kenya police chief admits Obama visit a security 'nightmare'   - 8 Hours ago
Obama spent two days and two nights in Nairobi, the first-ever visit to the east African nation by a sitting US president. File photo Image by: JONATHAN ERNST / REUTERS Kenya's police chief on Tuesday
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Israel spy Pollard 'to be freed'   - 7 Hours ago
Jonathan Pollard, jailed in US for 30 years for spying for Israel, to be freed on parole in November, lawyers say This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly.
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Islamic State recruitment document seeks to provoke 'end of the world'   - 11 Hours ago
An apparent Islamic State recruitment document found in Pakistan’s lawless tribal lands reveals that the extremist group has grand ambitions of building a new terrorist army in Afghanistan and Pakistan
  
    



Historic bid to become Afghanistan’s first female justice falls 9 votes short   - 11 Hours ago
By , KABUL — The day is still etched in the Afghan judge’s mind more than a decade later — when she was in Washington, when she met with Supreme Court justices Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
  
    



Who must be killed to beat ISIS, al Qaeda?   - 11 Hours ago
Story highlights "Key" terror leaders are frequently reported killed by U.S. officials, writes Tim Lister But he says militant groups appear to keep growing, their fighters replenished At the core of
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The Daily 202: Louisiana shooter got gun legally   - 13 Hours ago
“The man who killed two women at a Louisiana movie theater last week was able to buy a firearm legally — despite a judge’s order sending him to a psychiatric hospital in 2008 — because he was never involuntarily
  
    



Taliban seize Afghan district HQ   - 14 Hours ago
Taliban fighters have seized the headquarters of a northern district in Afghanistan, officials say. The militants captured the Kohistanat district in Sar-e-pul province after a night of heavy fighting.
  
    



Discover An Enduring Afghanistan Through Its Landscape   - 17 Hours ago
Afghanistan is a country Simon Norfolk knows well. Since his first visit in 2001, he has returned to the rugged slopes of its snow-capped mountains and gritty valleys at least a dozen times, first in
  
    


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Poised to make history, a judge in Afghanistan hits a familiar wall   - 23 Hours ago
KABUL — The day is still etched in the Afghan judge’s mind more than a decade later — when she was in Washington, when she met with Supreme Court justices Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
  
    



An Afghan judge was nominated to the Supreme Court. Trouble is, she’s a woman.   - 24 Hours ago
KABUL — The day is still etched in the Afghan judge’s mind more than a decade later — when she was in Washington, when she met with Supreme Court justices Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
  
    



Afghan Teens   - 6 Hours ago
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Kate Winslet recreated her famous "I'm flying, Jack!" scene from "Titanic" while   - 9 Hours ago
Kate Winslet recreates 'Titanic' scene with Bear Grylls Jul. 28. /UPI/ -- Copyright 2015 United Press International, Inc. (UPI). Any reproduction, republication, redistribution and/or modification
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The Army Needs Anthropologists   - 6 Hours ago
In 2007, the American Anthropological Association called the Army’s effort to embed social scientists with combat units “an unacceptable application of anthropological expertise,” citing a moral conflict
  
    



Kabul vendors buzzing over alcohol-free beer   - 7 Hours ago
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Bashkir Activist's Three-Year Sentence Upheld   - 7 Hours ago
UFA -- The Supreme Court of the Russian republic of Bashkortostan has upheld the sentence of a local civil rights activist. The court ruled on July 28 that Airat Dilmukhametov's three-year jail sentence
  
    



Taliban capture district headquarters in northern Afghan province   - 7 Hours ago
The attack comes two days after Taliban fighters reportedly captured, disarmed and released more than 100 police officers in Badakhshan province. Comments SAR-E-PUL , Afghanistan, July 28 (UPI) --
  
    



Suspension of airstrikes against FARC likely to precipitate decline in Colombian   - 7 Hours ago
Synomosia Pyrinon tis Fotias (SPF) Key Facts Name: Synomosia Pyrinon tis Fotias (SPF) or Fire Conspiracy Cells. Aliases: Conspiracy of Cells of Fire; CCF; Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei; Nuclei
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Russian Gay Teen Support Group's Founder Fined   - 8 Hours ago
A district court in Russia has fined a journalist who founded an online support group for LGBT teenagers after finding her guilty of violating the country's so-called gay-propaganda law. Yelena Klimova
  
    



Attack in Indian Punjab indicates return of Afghan fighters and increasing risk   - 8 Hours ago
The Islamic State’s recent successes in Palmyra and Ramadi came at the expense of significant territorial losses elsewhere, leading to an overall reduction in the territory controlled by the Islamic State
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Russia to continue fighting against Afghan drug trafficking without NATO — ambassador   - 9 Hours ago
MOSCOW, July 28 /TASS/. Russia will continue fighting against drug trafficking from the Afghan territory without NATO but through interaction with other partners, Russia’s Ambassador to NATO Alexander
  
    



Lorry ‘stowaway’ from Afghanistan found on motorway   - 10 Hours ago
Man is arrested because he did not have a passport or other valid identification A file image from June of a migrant trying to board a lorry travelling to Britain on the main road into Calais ferry port.
  
    



Afghans Cheer Cricket Team's Qualifier Victory   - 10 Hours ago
Cheering fans greeted members of Afghanistan's national cricket team as they returned to Kabul on July 28 after qualifying for the World Twenty20 tournament to be held next year. The Afghan team is a
  
    



Afghan army claims success in Paktia campaign, reiterates claims of ISI support   - 11 Hours ago
There has been heavy fighting between insurgents and the Afghan National Defence and Security Forces (ANDSF) in the southeastern province of Paktia since the beginning of July. According to Afghan
  
    



Pakistan likely to host 2nd round of peace talks between Kabul, Taliban: officials   - 11 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD -- Two Pakistani officials say the second round of peace talks between representatives of the Afghan government and the Taliban is likely to be held in Pakistan on Friday. The two officials
  
    
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