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By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Sunday promised a full and transparent investigation into whether a U.S. aircraft providing support for American and Afghan commandos was responsible for the explosions that destroyed a hospital in northern Afghanistan, killing 22 people.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
An apparent U.S. airstrike wreaked havoc in the embattled Afghan city of Kunduz early Saturday, killing at least 19 civilians and seriously wounding dozens of others at a hospital run by the medical nonprofit Doctors Without Borders.
The U.S. military says it launched an airstrike Saturday targeting a mid-level al-Qaida operative in Libya.
By PBS NewsHour
American warplanes are staying out of Iraq’s offensive against Tikrit, instead targeting Islamic State militants elsewhere. Judy Woodruff talks to retired Gen. John Allen, special presidential envoy to the coalition fighting the Islamic State, about how the U.S. is supporting…
Red Lines and Hot Rhetoric: Israel Weighs Threat of, Action Against Nuclear Iran…
In other news Friday, Gen. John Allen -- commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan -- apologized for the deaths of civilians in an airstrike. The operation on Wednesday targeted a Taliban leader, but some wedding guests were killed.
Drone strikes on militant targets in Yemen are on the rise, as are targeted killings of insurgents there and elsewhere. But who has the final say on the so-called kill list of terrorists slated to be killed or captured? Ray…
In other news Tuesday, al-Qaida's Sakhr al-Taifi has been killed in a NATO airstrike, according to alliance officials. He had commanded foreign militants in Afghanistan. Also, search teams dug into new piles of rubble in northern Italy after a second…
In other news Monday, Syrian rebels pushed back against government tanks in the town of Rastan as the uprising moved toward open warfare. In Afghanistan, NATO acknowledged an airstrike may have accidentally killed eight boys last week.
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