PESHAWAR, Pakistan - In a rundown market here along the road to Afghanistan, you can buy U.S.
KABUL, Afghanistan - The Afghan government said Sunday it has started dissolving private security firms in the country by taking steps to end the operations of eight companies, including the firm formerly known as Blackwater and three other international contractors.
KABUL, Afghanistan - Contracting with the U.S.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP - Opium poppy cultivation remained stable in Afghanistan in 2010 after two years of declines, while rising prices suggested next year may cause a spike in the illicit crop, the U.N.
WASHINGTON - A group of senators urged President Barack Obama on Thursday to fire the special inspector general responsible for overseeing how billions of American tax dollars are being spent to rebuild Afghanistan.
- US forces advance in Taliban green belt stronghold
- Petraeus issues guidance for Afghan contracting
- US troops brave grenade attacks in key Afghan town
- Mahmood Karzai profited on deal tied to Kabul Bank
- Afghan Central Bank: Kabul Bank has 'stabilized'
- Kabul Bank Trouble Continues
- Afghans continue pulling money from troubled bank
- Gates sees progress in tour of Afghan war zone
- Gates visits US forces in southern Afghanistan
- Kabul Bank braces for run on deposits after doubts
- Afghan central bank insists Kabul Bank is solvent
- Afghan central bank insists Kabul Bank is sound
- Analysis: Will battle for Kandahar win the war?
- Afghan president condemns CIA payment reports
- US officials: CIA pays Afghan government officials
- US Official: CIA pays Afghan government officials
- Australian PM contenders promise no early election
- CBS' Afghanistan trip unrewarded, a ratings downer
- Afghan, NATO troops pursue Haqqani fighters
- Law snuffs out mailing smokes to deployed troops
- Departing US troops pack millions of items in Iraq
- Audit: US cannot account for $8.7B in Iraqi funds
- NATO: 1 missing sailor killed in Afghanistan
- 2 US Navy service members missing in Afghanistan
- 'Bookseller of Kabul' writer to pay subject
- Pakistan's respected army chief to stay on
- Jokes, smiles _ but trouble in US-UK relationship?
- Gov't watchdogs: mortgage program is not working
- Clinton tries to win over skeptical Pakistan
- Clinton reveals new aid projects in Pakistan visit
- Clinton opens Pakistan talks with new aid projects
- Leading senators voice doubts about Afghan war
- 3 US troops die in attack on Kandahar police HQ
- Candidate was entrusted with vital military duties
- Pakistan tries new counterinsurgency strategy