When the U.S. pulls out of Afghanistan, a lot of critical military equipment will leave the war-torn country. The Post’s Kabul Bureau Chief Kevin Sieff discusses how the Afghan army can’t effectively evacuate its troops, causing unnecessary deaths and internal strife.
Tunisian police clash with al Qaeda supporters over banned rally. Syria’s Assad Says Peace Talks Likely to Fail. Afghanistan bomb kills 15, including 6 Americans
A car bombing in Afghanistan kills at least 10 people; a deadly tornado rages through Texas; the GOP jumps on the “Arrested Development” parody bandwagon and more.
As the U.S. military helicopters leave Afghanistan, the Afghan Army is struggling to save wounded soldiers from remote battlefields and outposts.
James Porter, NRA President, Claims Obama’s Gun Push Is Motivated By ‘Revenge’
Karzai Said He Was Assured of Cash Deliveries by C.I.A.
Five U.S. troops killed by IED attack in Afghanistan
A U.S. civilian cargo plane crashed at a base near Kabul, Afghanistan. All seven people on board died in the accident.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai confirmed his officials received money from the U.S. intelligence agency.
William Bradley: Considering George W Bush: I Have a Confession to Make (I Kinda Like Bush)
Taliban marks start of ‘monumental’ spring offensive with deadly attack
Azeem Ibrahim: Malaysia’s Ruling Party Gets Desperate
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for kidnapping up to 11 foreigners after their helicopter was forced into an emergency landing Sunday.
Obama calls for end to North Korea’s ‘belligerent approach’
Pentagon: NKorea could launch nuclear missile
US preparing for possible further North Korea actions