|US military kills ten civilians in Afghanistan raid|
Tuesday, 12.29.2009, 08:34pm
On Saturday a US military operation killed at least ten Afghan civilians, among them eight children, in the Narang valley of Kunar province in northeastern Afghanistan near its border with Pakistan.
|The massacre at Kunduz and the policy of targeted killings|
Monday, 12.28.2009, 08:38pm
The massacre which took place at the beginning of September in Kunduz, Afghanistan, taking the lives of up to 142 people, continues to dominate the German media
|Veterans Remember Soviet Invasion Of Afghanistan 30 Years On|
Friday, 12.25.2009, 04:20pm
Twenty-seven-year-old Lieutenant Valery Vostrotin had never seen combat before when the elite Soviet paratroop company he commanded was briefed by a KGB general on the afternoon of December 27, 1979.
|Envoy Says Russia Seeks Greater Role In Afghanistan|
Friday, 12.25.2009, 04:17pm
Russia's ambassador to Kabul has said his country will seek to boost its role in Afghanistan and praised the recently unveiled U.S. approach to ease security and other problems there
|The Unindicted - By: Bruce G. Richardson|
Thursday, 12.24.2009, 11:39pm
On October 17, 2006, Republican legislators applauded as President George W. Bush, in an unprecedented move, signed a bill granting him and his subordinates, amnesty for acts of torture.
|A Perennial Charade- By: Bruce G. Richardson|
Thursday, 12.24.2009, 11:35pm
Kabul: On 9 September, a national holiday in Afghanistan, festivities erupted commemorating the life and history of Ahmad Shah Massoud, internationally acclaimed guerrilla commander.