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North Korea Missile Launch Failure: New Threats?

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Martha Raddatz on this embarrassing failure for the North Korean government.

Afghanistan Shooting Suspect to Be Charged

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Staff Sgt. Robert Bales will be officially charged with 17 counts of murder.

Military Accident Caught on Tape

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Martha Raddatz on the video of an apache helicopter crashing in Afghanistan.

The Backstory: Martha Raddatz on General John Allen

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U.S. Commander in Afghanistan General John Allen will testify before Congress this week about the progress of the war. ABC News Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz traveled with Allen in Afghanistan recently. What did she hear from the General? How are Afghans responding to the recent controversies involving American soldiers? Find out in our new feature: The Backstory.

March 16, 2012

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The killing of 16 civilians in Afghanistan, allegedly by a U.S. soldier, has further strained the relationship between the two countries. Plus, Rick Santorum won big in the South, yet Mitt Romney scored more delegates. And President Obama’s re-election campaign is in full swing. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz, ABC News; Alexis Simendinger, RealClearPolitics; Karen Tumulty, The Washington Post.

 

Taliban, Afghan President Warn U.S. Troops

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Soldiers cautioned after Leon Panetta's runway scare in Afghanistan.

Leon Panetta in Afghanistan: Attack Failed

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An attacker drove toward the runway as the defense secretary's plane landed.

Soldier's Alleged Rampage in Afghanistan Leads to Violence

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Taliban militants opened fire on Afghan official visiting the massacre site.

U.S. Soldier's Alleged Deadly Rampage: Taliban Vow Revenge

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The Taliban has vowed revenge against "sick-minded American savages" after a U.S. soldier was accused of going on a deadly shooting rampage Sunday. The group said it would "take revenge from the invaders and the savage murderers for every single martyr," according to a statement posted on its website, the Times of London reported.

Gen. John Allen Stands by U.S. Apology for Koran Burning

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Gen. John Allen, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, said today he does not regret the apologies he and President Obama issued for the Koran burning incident, arguing that the move -- rare for a U.S. commander in chief -- was the right thing to do and that it had saved American lives.
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