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Taliban Strong Arms U.S. in to provision of robust humanitarian assistance, “directly to the people?

A U.S. interagency delegation traveled to Qatar to meet with senior Taliban representatives from Kabul and discussed issues of vital national interest. The delegation reiterated that the Taliban will be judged on its actions, not only its words, Sec of State spokesman Ned Price said in a release: U.S. Delegation …

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RFE Exclusive: Afghan Pilots Tell Of Daring Escape From The Taliban, And Of Life In Limbo In Tajikistan

Exclusive: Afghan Pilots Tell Of Daring Escape From The Taliban, And Of Life In Limbo In Tajikistan RFE On the banks of a mountain river outside Tajikistan’s capital, in a resort area teeming with hotels and dachas, stands a modern, two-story building flanked by towering trees and lattice fence panels. …

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Former Taliban Commander Charged with Killing American Troops in 2008

Former Taliban Commander Charged with Killing American Troops in 2008 Haji Najibullah, Previously Charged in the 2008 Kidnapping of an American Journalist, Was Also Indicted Today for 2008 Attacks on U.S. Servicemembers in Afghanistan, Including Attacks Resulting in the Deaths of Three American Soldiers and Their Afghan Int A federal …

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A-Team 3212 Niger, 2017, revealing the coverups

When ODA 3212, an elite U.S. Special Forces team is caught in a surprise attack deep in the Saharan Desert, killing four soldiers and leaving the rest stranded with no rescue or reinforcements sent their way, military brass immediately start spinning a fractured tale to hide the full truth from …

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DEA agent killed in shootout on train

Statement from DEA Administrator Anne Milgram UPDATE: DEA Administrator Anne Milgram Releases Statement on Tucson Shooting Washington – Yesterday, two DEA Special Agents and a DEA Task Force Officer from the Tucson Police Department were involved in a shooting incident during a law enforcement operation in Tucson, Arizona. The DEA is …

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Army Staff Sgt. Ty Carter in the Battle of Kamdesh

Medal of Honor Monday: Army Staff Sgt. Ty Carter OCT. 4, 2021 | BY KATIE LANGE, DOD NEWS Pictured is a view of Combat Outpost Keating on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border at Nuristan province, Afghanistan, Jan. 2, 2005. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Brad Larson/Released) With the inside of an armored vehicle …

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PLA aircraft enter Taiwan Air Space repeatedly

16 PLA aircraft (J-16*8, SU-30*4, Y-8 ASW*2 and KJ-500 AEW&C*2) entered #Taiwan’s southwest ADIZ on October 3, 2021Taiwan MOD reported the following activity and response on SundayAir activities in the southwestern ADIZ of R.O.C.Date: October 3,2021(Sunday daytime) Aircraft Type: Eight J-16 Four SU-30 Two Y-8 ASW Two KJ-500 AEW&C Activity …

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Saudi born ISIS Foreign Fighter Conspired with Terrorist Organization, Resulting in Death

ISIS Media Figure and Foreign Fighter Charged with Conspiring to Provide Material Support to a Terrorist Organization, Resulting in Death Defendant was Detained by the Syrian Democratic Forces and Transferred to FBI Custody As alleged in a criminal complaint unsealed today in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District …

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Texas Border is like a war zone: guardsmen are taking gunfire from the Mexican side of the southern border

UODATE 25 Oct. Texas National Guard soldiers are taking gunfire from the Mexican side of the southern border.Biden's open border policies are deadly dangerous.Texas is deploying more Guard troops to the border & we'll continue stepping up to protect our communities. pic.twitter.com/trQWMvIM7M— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) October 25, 2021 UPDATE: 1 …

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Security Issues Among ‘Afghan Refugees Often Less Than in Comparable U.S. Civilian Communities

Security Issues Among ‘Allies Welcome’ Population Often Less Than in Comparable U.S. Civilian Communities SEPT. 30, 2021 | BY C. TODD LOPEZ, DOD NEWS With as many as 53,000 Afghan civilians living across eight U.S. military installations, a certain amount of law enforcement issues are bound to arise — and such incidents …

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