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India concern over NATO forces withdrawal from Afghanistan
Saturday, 01.10.2015, 06:42pm

India today said that the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan would not only have security implications for South Asia but also for the US and other countries even as he called for maximum caution in the wake of the development. 

 

Afghanistan hopes for change after bloody year
Thursday, 12.25.2014, 09:46pm
With US-led forces shifting to a supporting role at the end of this month, Afghanistan will have to chart its own course after the country’s bloodiest year since the 2001 invasion, a year which saw record casualties among Afghan civilians and security forces alike.
'Militants in Afghanistan Get Support From Beyond Its Borders'
Friday, 12.19.2014, 01:28pm
India has told the UN Security Council that terrorist groups threatening Afghanistan's peace and stability continue to benefit from support from beyond its borders that enable them to survive despite immense military pressure.
Taliban commander handed to Pakistan as US moves to close Afghan prison
Sunday, 12.07.2014, 06:57pm
The United States has handed to Pakistan three prisoners, including a senior Taliban militant held in Afghanistan, as Washington rushes to empty its Afghan prison before losing the legal right to detain people there at the end of the year.
Two killed in Kabul guesthouse attack
Saturday, 11.29.2014, 06:58pm
Taliban militants attacked a foreign compound in Kabul today, killing two people in the latest strike to hit the Afghan capital during the final weeks of NATO's 13-year war against the insurgents.
US hails Afghan gov't for decision to keep US troops
Saturday, 11.29.2014, 05:00pm
President Barack Obama's Administration Saturday welcomed the approval of the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA), and the NATO Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), by the Afghan parliament earlier in the week.
US to leave more troops than first planned in Afghanistan
Tuesday, 11.25.2014, 01:19pm
KABUL - The United States is preparing to increase the number of troops it keeps in Afghanistan in 2015 to fill a gap left in the NATO mission by other contributing nations, according to three sources with direct knowledge of the situation.
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