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26 April 2014 15:03
At least five US-led troops have been killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan’s volatile southern region, sources say.
Five US-led service members were killed after their helicopter crashed due to technical failure near the southern city of Kandahar on Sunday, the US-led forces and a provincial official said.
“Today at 11 am (0630 GMT) an ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) helicopter...
14 January 2013 19:00
The President of Afghanistan stated that his country will be a “more secure” country once the US-led forces leave the state by the end of 2014.
After his meeting with occupying US president, Hamid Karzai expressed optimism that the Afghanistan’s security will improve after the pullout of the US-led forces.
Karzai added that Kabul would not sign any new security agreements with...
24 June 2012 10:59
Incidents in southern Afghanistan have killed four US-led troops who had been enlisted by the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF).
Two of the troopers were killed on Saturday, one in a militant attack and the other in a roadside bomb attack, the US-led military alliance of NATO said without providing more details.
The other two died on Sunday in a traffic...
28 May 2012 17:48
Another US-led soldier with the NATO military alliance has been killed in a bomb attack in war-torn Afghanistan’s troubled south.
“An International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) service member died following an insurgent attack in southern Afghanistan today,” the US-led ISAF said in a press release on Monday.
NATO has not yet released details on the exact location of the incident or...
9 February 2012 18:54
Afghan President Hamid Karzai says all the eight people killed in a US-led aerial attack on the eastern province of Kapisa were children.
“The president strongly condemned the aerial bombing by foreign troops that killed a number of children in Nejrab district on Wednesday,” a statement released by the Afghan presidential office on Thursday read.
"Based on information by (the) provincial...
14 January 2012 22:14
As the United States continues its threats of war against Iran, its Department of Defense has recently dispatched some 15,000 troops to neighboring Kuwait.
Late last year, Marine General James Mattis quietly won the White House's approval for the deployment into the small nation which is separated from Iran by a narrow stretch of the Persian Gulf.
21 December 2011 20:24
The death toll from an attack on US-led troops in eastern Afghanistan has risen to seven, a NATO statement says.
18 May 2011 6:39
Iraqi officials have discovered the bodies of 21 people in a mass grave in the city of Fallujah in the western Iraqi province of Anbar.
The people were reportedly killed in a firefight between Iraqi insurgents and US forces in 2004 in Fallujah, AFP reported on Tuesday.
The mass grave was unearthed in al-Maadhidi cemetery in the centre of the city during...
16 May 2011 18:55
A powerful bomb explosion has killed at least four US-led soldiers and wounded several others in the troubled southern Afghanistan, NATO says.
The US-led military alliance says the soldiers were killed following an improvised explosive device attack in the violent region on Monday.
NATO has not revealed the nationalities of the soldiers nor has it released the exact location of the...
11 April 2011 17:57
Afghan people have reportedly forced Finnish and Swedish soldiers from the US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) out of Afghanistan's northern province of Samangan.
The forces apparently left Samangan on Monday after hundreds of enraged locals protested at the desecration of the Holy Qur'an in the United States, demanding the departure of foreign forces from their province, a Press TV correspondent...
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