Reuters | Saturday April 27, 2013
The Taliban in Afghanistan vowed on Saturday to start a new campaign of mass suicide attacks on foreign military bases and diplomatic areas, as well as damaging "insider attacks", as part of a new spring offensive this year.
The Associated Press | Tuesday November 20, 2012
France on Tuesday ended its combat operations in Afghanistan, pulling hundreds of troops from a base in a volatile region northeast of Kabul and fulfilling promises to end its combat role on a faster track than other NATO allies.
Agence France-Presse | Sunday September 16, 2012
NATO was accused of killing eight women on Sunday, capping a weekend which saw six soldiers shot dead by presumed Afghan colleagues and a Taliban assault cause unprecedented losses on one of the biggest military bases in the country.
Associated Press | Tuesday September 11, 2012
An attack on a US military base killed three Afghan intelligence employees and destroyed a NATO helicopter, Afghan and coalition officials said on Tuesday.
Associated Press | Tuesday August 21, 2012
Militants fired rockets into a US base in Afghanistan and damaged the plane of the chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff while he was on a visit, but the general was not near the aircraft, a spokesman for the US-led military coalition said on Tues...
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday August 7, 2012
A truck bomb exploded at a NATO military base south of the Afghan capital on Tuesday, wounding at least a dozen civilians, Afghan police said.
Agence France-Presse | Wednesday July 25, 2012
Once seen as uneducated thugs, the Taliban are producing dangerous new fighters who use the latest digital technology to plan and publicise attacks against NATO and Afghan forces, analysts say. The militants recently released a video of a June 1 att...
Reuters | Thursday February 23, 2012
The Taliban urged Afghans on Thursday to target foreign military bases, and beat and kill Westerners in retaliation for burnings of copies of the Koran, Islam's holy book, at NATO's main base in the country.
Press Trust of India | Saturday January 21, 2012
Pakistan would allow US military trainers, who were kicked out of the country following the November 26 NATO raid, to return as early as April or May and would also reopen the crucial supply route for the coalition forces based in Afghanistan.