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  • U.N. seeks access to U.S. base holding Afghan prisoners

    KABUL, Afghanistan - The United Nations has called for Afghan human rights investigators to be allowed into Bagram, the main U.S. base in Afghanistan, after reports that poorly trained U.S. soldiers there had repeatedly abused prisoners. Richard...
  • U.S. faces growing Mideast quandary

    WASHINGTON - The deadly truck bombing at the United Nations compound in Baghdad two days ago underscores the continued U.S. inability to pacify Iraq and appears to push President Bush's goal of a transformed Middle East further into the future. Far...
  • A year of turmoil

    Sept. 11, 2001 8:48 a.m. American Airlines Flight 11 crashes into One World Trade Center, the north tower. 9:03 a.m. United Airlines Flight 175 crashes into Two World Trade Center, the south tower. 9:45 a.m. American Airlines Flight 77 crashes into the...
  • Effects of Sept. 11 attacks fade for many Americans, poll finds

    WASHINGTON-Americans are turning inward and putting less faith in government as the aftershocks of last Sept. 11 fade, a new national poll has found. Half the country reports that everyday life is basically the same now as it was before the terror...
  • International soldier dies after reported stabbing in Afghanistan

    International soldier dies after reported stabbing in Afghanistan
    An international soldier in Afghanistan died of wounds suffered in an attack Wednesday, the U.S.-led military coalition said, hours after witnesses said a foreign national was stabbed in the neck in a Kabul marketplace. It was not immediately clear if...
  • Hundreds of Taliban fighters battle Afghan forces near Kabul - officials

    LOGAR Afghanistan (Reuters) - As many as 700 heavily armed Taliban insurgents are battling Afghan security forces in Logar, a key province near the capital Kabul, local officials said on Tuesday, in a test of the Afghan military's strength as foreign...
  • Hundreds of Taliban fighters battle Afghan forces near Kabul: officials

    LOGAR Afghanistan (Reuters) - As many as 700 heavily armed Taliban insurgents are battling Afghan security forces in Logar, a key province near the capital Kabul, local officials said on Tuesday, in a test of the Afghan military's strength as foreign...
  • As Taliban push quickens, Afghan troops ordered: take no prisoners

    KABUL (Reuters) - As U.S. forces withdraw from Afghanistan, the battlefield they leave behind is changing dramatically and becoming more deadly. No longer pinned down by U.S. air cover, Taliban fighters are attacking Afghan military posts in larger...
  • Afghanistan running out of cash as poll deadlock drags on

    KABUL (Reuters) - The Afghan government is running out of funds despite an influx of millions of dollars in aid as a deadlock over who won the election drives a sharp decline in revenues, already suffering from the drawdown of thousands of foreign troops....
  • Human rights group slams U.S. over Afghan civilian deaths

    Human rights group slams U.S. over Afghan civilian deaths
    A new Amnesty International report criticizes the U.S. government for not properly investigating civilian casualties its forces inflicted in Afghanistan. The report, called "Left in the Dark" and released at a Kabul news conference on Monday, calls on...
  • Afghan presidential rivals agree to unity government after recount

    Afghanistan's rival presidential contenders agreed Friday to accept the results of a recount of their disputed June 14 runoff and to form a government of national unity whatever the outcome of the disputed poll. The agreement announced in Kabul by...
  • Hostile ally: Danger grows for US forces in Afghanistan

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Thursday, Aug. 7: The killing of Army Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene in Kabul by an Afghan soldier at a training academy and the refusal of Afghan politicians to agree on a new president...