Taliban

Taliban fighters stand guard at a checkpoint near the gate of Hamid Karzai international Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021.  The Taliban have sealed off Kabul’s airport to most would-be evacuees to prevent large crowds from gathering after this week's deadly suicide attack. The massive U.S.-led airlift was winding down Saturday ahead of a U.S. deadline to withdraw from Afghanistan by Tuesday. (AP Photo/Wali Sabawoon)

Veterans express displeasure at the way things came out for the U.S. in Afghanistan

A poll of veterans shows discouragement about withdrawal from Afghanistan and many veterans have mental health issues

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That $15 wage proposal for federal contractors, will it help or hurt?

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Senate report: U.S. contractor money aids enemy in Afghanistan

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Wikileaks “might already have blood on their hands”

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We told you so

Lawmakers are criticizing U.S. military officials for failing to heed warnings about the role they say a Pentagon transportation contract plays in fueling…

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Taliban use of tainted needles in IEDs questioned

A U.S. military official in Afghanistan called the claims the Taliban is planting HIV tainted needles along with IEDS, \”absolutely\” ridiculous. A former…

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School Girls Poisoned

The Taliban denies any involvement, but for the third time in two months, school girls in Afghanistan have fallen ill. Authorities say they were poisoned with some kind of substance. The most up to date reporting from the region suggests the 14 girls in this incident were gassed. The girls were rushed to a medical facility in the Sar e Pol province in Northern Afghanistan. Authorities say they don\’t have any suspects. Almost 100 girls and teachers have been attacked this way in recent months.

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