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U.S. to keep more troops in Afghanistan as violence surges

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The United States will keep up to 1,000 more soldiers than previously planned in Afghanistan into next year, outgoing U.S.

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ISIS has a new ally in Pakistan

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A spokesperson for Jundullah , a splinter group of Pakistan’s Taliban, confirmed on Monday the group’s support to Islamic State

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U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan to end this spring

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President Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai said today that most U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan would end this spring,

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Conflicting reports over beheading of 17 Afghan civilians

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Officials in southern Afghanistan say Taliban insurgents have beheaded 17 Afghan civilians, including two women. The Interior Ministry says the

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40 Taliban insurgents killed, 30 arrested in Afghanistan, report

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About 40 Taliban insurgents were killed and 30 others detained in military operations within the past 24 hour in different

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HSBC exec resigns at money laundering hearing

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HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA)’s head of group compliance, David Bagley, told a Senate hearing he will step down amid charges

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U.S. declares Afghanistan a major non-NATO ally

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Washington declared Afghanistan a major non-NATO ally on Saturday, a largely symbolic status reinforcing its message to Afghans that they

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Deadly standoff ends at Afghan hotel, hostages freed

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Taliban militants attacked a hotel near Kabul on Friday and seized dozens of hostages, sparking a fierce gunbattle with Afghan

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SAS frees hostages in daring Afghan raid

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A flawless operation by Nato special forces led by the SAS freed a British aid worker and her three colleagues

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Obama says defeat of al Qaeda is “within reach”

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US President Barack Obama on Tuesday reminded Americans that he has wound down two unpopular wars since taking office more

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