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  1. US warns of 'another tough year' for security forces in Afghanistan

    Janes.com -Military 04.25 / 12:03 www.janes.com
    As the United States reviews its Afghanistan policy, US secretary of defence Jim Mattis has said that he is "under no illusions" about the challenges faced by the security forces in the Central Asian country. "2017 will be another tough year for the Afghan security forces and…
  2. Daesh most dangerous phenomenon facing Afghanistan: Envoy

    Zeenews.india.com - World 04.25 / 11:41 zeenews.india.com
    The Daesh (or Islamic State) is the most dangerous phenomenon Afghanistan is facing today, said the country's envoy to…
  3. Putin sending weapons to the Taliban suggests top U.S. general in Afghanistan

    Haaretz.com - Middle Easte 04.25 / 11:00 haaretz.com
    A senior U.S. military official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told reporters that intelligence showed that Russia was providing monetary and weapons support to the…
  4. Taliban kills 8 policemen in northern Afghanistan

    Cbc.ca - World 04.25 / 10:39 www.cbc.ca
    An Afghan official says the Taliban overran three security checkpoints and killed eight policemen in northern Takhar…
  5. Afghanistan ambassador in India pitches for trilateral strategic dialogue

    Idrw.org - Military 04.25 / 09:38 idrw.org
    SOURCE: THE HINDU India, Afghanistan and the U.S. will revive the trilateral strategic dialogue to take on regional challenges especially terrorism, Dr. Shaida Abdali, Afghanistan Ambassador in India said.He said that the idea of trilateral strategic dialogue was long discussed but was never operationalized. “Reactivation of that strategic dialogue especially in the context of the […] The post Afghanistan ambassador in India pitches for trilateral strategic dialogue appeared first on …
  6. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  7. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Bunburymail.com.au - Politics 04.25 / 07:55 bunburymail.com.au
    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  8. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  9. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  10. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Dailyliberal.com.au - Australia 04.25 / 07:38 dailyliberal.com.au
    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  11. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  12. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Hillsnews.com.au - Politics 04.25 / 07:37 hillsnews.com.au
    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  13. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  14. Australian troops in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term: PM

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  15. US blasts ‘unconscionable’ Taliban attack in Afghanistan

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - Business 04.25 / 07:35 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    More than 100 Afghan soldiers were killed in Friday's attack on the army base The post US blasts ‘unconscionable’ Taliban attack in Afghanistan appeared first on The Express…
  16. Australian troops will be in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term, says Malcolm Turnbull

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  17. Australian troops will be in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term, says Malcolm Turnbull

    Smh.com.au - Cricket 04.25 / 07:18 www.smh.com.au
    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  18. Australian troops will be in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term, says Malcolm Turnbull

    Theage.com.au - Health 04.25 / 07:10 www.theage.com.au
    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  19. Russia may be aiding Taliban, US general in Afghanistan says

    Akipress.com - World 04.25 / 05:38 akipress.com
    Russia may be aiding Taliban, US general in Afghanistan says 11:21, 25 April 2017, 44 AKIPRESS.COM - Russia is believed to be the source of an influx of weapons to the Taliban in Afghanistan, General John Nicholson, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said in a press conference on Monday. Secretary of Defense James Mattis, who appeared with Nicholson at Resolute Support headquarters, said the U.S. would have to "confront Russia" over "denying the sovereignty of other…
  20. Australian PM visits troops in Iraq, Afghanistan

    Tribuneindia.com - World 04.25 / 05:11 tribuneindia.com
    Canberra, April 25 Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull travelled to Iraq and Afghanistan to visit his troops in the region and to asses his country's military contribution, an official release on Tuesday said. "The Prime Minister has marked Anzac (the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day with a visit to the troops in Afghanistan and Iraq," the Prime Minister's office wrote on its Twitter account along with photographs of this trip, Efe news reported. During his two-day…