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By PBS NewsHour
Afghan journalist Farooq Jan Mangal took these photos in his hometown, Khost, to show what his daily life is like. The project is run by the Denmark-based non-profit organization International Media Support.
By Larisa Epatko
The suicide bomber who killed seven CIA officers in Afghanistan last week is reported to have been a Jordanian double agent who American officials recruited to help provide intelligence on al-Qaida leaders. Gwen Ifill speaks with two experts about who…
The director of the Central Intelligence Agency reported Thursday that seven CIA employees were killed in an attack on a U.S. military base in Afghanistan. Jeffrey Brown reports, and then Ray Suarez speaks with a Washington Post reporter who covers…
A group of French paratroopers was ambushed by a group of 100 Taliban-linked insurgents outside Kabul late Monday, killing 10 soldiers and wounding 21 others as a wave of attacks against foreign forces continues to rock Afghanistan.
The Pentagon confirmed that a U.S. Army special forces soldier was killed during combat near Khost, Afghanistan, becoming the first U.S. military casualty of hostile fire.
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