In other news Tuesday, a gunman dressed as an Iraqi soldier killed two U.S. soldiers and wounded nine others in the first American military deaths since combat operations ended there last week. In Pakistan, a suicide car bomb killed at…
In other news Monday, the U.N. nuclear agency voiced new concern at Iran's continued defiance over its nuclear program.
On the first official day of a post-combat mission for the U.S. in Iraq, 50,000 American soldiers remain and no government has formed. The U.S. drawdown has many wondering -- Americans and Iraqis alike -- whether the war improved conditions…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks weigh in on the stakes for President Obama's on ending U.S. troop drawdown in Iraq.
President Obama's campaign for the White House was largely focused on winding down U.S. involvement in Iraq. On Tuesday, he announced the combat role is over for American troops, yet the mission there is far from over. Kwame Holman reports.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai sharply criticized coalition strategy over the weekend, saying it "has been ineffective apart from causing civilian casualties." The criticism came after new reports surfaced of corruption inside his government and spikes in coalition deaths across Afghanistan.
In just three days, U.S. forces suffered 14 casualties in a series of attacks by Taliban insurgents across Afghanistan. Ray Suarez has more.
In other news Friday, an American prisoner who was imprisoned for trespassing in North Korea arrived back in the United States. Also, three American troops were killed by homemade bombs in Afghanistan.
In other news Monday, attacks across Afghanistan killed five NATO soldiers, two of whom were Americans. In attacks on Sunday, four U.S. soldiers were killed.
In other news Friday, three more coalition troops were killed in Afghanistan bringing the monthly death toll for international troops up to 31. In Iraq, an al-Qaida group has claimed responsibility for a Tuesday bombing that killed 61 people.
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