The War in Afghanistan (or the American war in Afghanistan) is the period in which the United States invaded Afghanistan after the September 11 attacks. Supported initially by close allies, they were later joined by NATO beginning in 2003. It followed the Afghan Civil War's 1996–2001 phase. Its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda and to deny it a safe base of operations in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power. Key allies, including the United Kingdom, supported the U.S. from the start to the end of the phase. This phase of the War is the longest war in United States history.
Afghanis-tan(あふがにすタン,Afuganisu-tan, see note on name below) or Afghanistan is a Japanese yonkomamanga, originally published as a webcomic, by Timaking (ちまきing). It is also the name of the heroine of the manga. The manga is nicknamed Afgan(あふがん,Afugan)
Top diplomats of Afghanistan’s neighboring countries on Friday urged the Taliban to conclude national reconciliation and form an inclusive government "that takes into account the interests of all ethno-political forces of the country". ... Afghanistan on an urgent basis.
Russian PresidentVladimir Putin on Friday urged the US and NATO countries to bear the cost of reconstruction of Afghanistan, according to Russian media. ... He also noted that the US and NATO, which he said were mainly responsible for the situation in Afghanistan, should bear the cost of reconstruction of the war-torn country.
The Pentagon had said the August 29 strike targeted an Islamic State suicide bomber who posed an imminent threat to U.S.-led troops at the airport as they completed the last stages of their withdrawal from Afghanistan... military launched a drone strike in eastern Afghanistan that it said killed two Islamic State militants.
Based on the information that a sedan could be used in the next attack, the drones began following a white Toyota Corolla in a working class neighborhood of Afghanistan’s capital city ... military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
airstrike in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan... drone strike in late August in Kabul of Afghanistan killed as many as 10 civilians, including 7 children ... troops from Afghanistan, ending 20 years of U.S ...The United States announced its "War on Terror" and invaded Afghanistan in ...
The fate of Afghanistan dominated the 20thSCO’s Council of Heads of State meeting, held in the capital of Tajikistan... “The main part of the expenses related to Afghanistan’s post-conflict rebuilding should be borne by the US and NATO countries which are directly responsible for the grave consequences of their prolonged presence in the country.”.
29 strike targeted an Islamic State suicide bomber who posed an imminent threat to U.S.-led troops at the airport as they completed the last stages of their withdrawal from Afghanistan...The killing of civilians, in a strike carried out by a drone based outside Afghanistan, has raised questions about the future of U.S.
The U.S. military on Friday admitted that a drone strike it carried out last month in Afghanistan's capital Kabul killed as many as 10 civilians, including seven children, and called the attack a "tragic mistake.". The Aug ... troop withdrawal from Afghanistan ... But Marine CorpsGen.Kenneth McKenzie, head of the U.S ... forces," he said ... ....
The US on Friday admitted that in the August 29 drone strike by them in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, 10 civilians, including children, had died and called it a "tragic mistake." ... Ex-President Ashraf Ghani defends fleeing Afghanistan.
Based on the information that a sedan could be used in the next attack, the drones began following a white Toyota Corolla in a working class neighborhood of Afghanistan’s capital city ... military withdrawal from Afghanistan ... President, before more innocent lives are lost, please formulate a counterterrorism plan for Afghanistan.”.
And all nations will hate you because you are my followers ... Ismael Moyoto, CEO of Christian Brigades, describing the martyring of families in the underground church in Kabul, Afghanistan, moments after the Taliban took control of the capital city ... We must pray God’s protection for those in Afghanistan, especially His people at risk ... .