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Who Are The Bad Guys US and Allied Forces Killed More Afghan

Who Are The Bad Guys US and Allied Forces Killed More Afghan



Afghan army cadets take part in a graduation ceremony in Kabul on April 25, 2019

By Matt Agorist

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Afghan commandos near the site of the U.S. bombing in eastern Afghanistan.

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Image. American Marines in the southern Afghan ...

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For years, the U.S. military has been reporting how much territory the Afghan government controls as compared to how much the Taliban controls as a measure ...

US Marine Corps soldiers pay their respects during a memorial service in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, 2009. (AP Photo / Julie Jacobson)

Afghan security forces patrol during an operation against suspected militants in Helmand, Afghanistan, on


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Soldiers in Afghan poppy field

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Afghan security officials on patrol in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on Friday

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Afghan men offer funeral prayers near the bodies of civilians killed in a NATO air strike

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Why Trump's Afghanistan strategy risks the worst of both worlds. Open-ended commitment to send in more troops leaves US and allies ...

What Afghan Soldiers Think About U.S. Troop Withdrawal and Taliban Peace Talks

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Afghan police officers are pictured. | AP Photo

Rumsfeld speaks at the U.S. base in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 2003. AP/

An Afghan special operator stands watch as Afghan Special Security Forces raid Taliban compounds in Baraki

An ambulance arrives at the scene after twin explosions targeted central Kabul (picture-alliance. Afghan civilians were killed in greater ...

Afghanistan: U.S. Special Forces Guilty of War Crimes?

Airstrike in Afghanistan's opium capital kills eight civilians

The secret story of how America lost the drug war with the Taliban

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How a Pink Flower Defeated the World's Sole Superpower: America's Opium War in Afghanistan

Afghan border police take their positions following clashes with Pakistani forces on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan in eastern Nangarhar ...

America, Don't Give Up on Afghanistan

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Resistance leader Imam Shamil, an ethnic Avar and hero to many Chechens, surrenders to

Afghanistan: U.S. Special Forces Guilty of War Crimes?

Military Believes Trump's Afghan War Plan Is Working, but Spy Agencies Are Pessimistic

American Green Berets teach navigation techniques to soldiers from the Sudan People's Liberation Army near a

A US soldier in Herat, Afghanistan (picture-alliance/dpa/EPA/

Robert Bales Speaks Confessions of Americas Most Notorious War Criminal

A U.S. soldier is pictured. | AP Photo

A US-Taliban peace deal may be on the way. But it could easily fall apart.

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The U.S. Lost a Key Ally in Southern Afghanistan. But Abdul Raziq Was No Hero.

U.S. Special Forces around their base near the town of Obo, Central African Republic,

Afghanistan: The Soldiers' Story (And It's Not The One You Hear On The News)

AP Photo/David Guttenfelder. The U.S. war ...

An Australian special forces soldier in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan.

File photo of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan in November 2009


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U.S. Army forces operating in southern Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Apr. 2, 2003 (U.S. Navy photo)

Nato-led forces have killed more civilians in Afghanistan than Taliban so far in 2019 | South China Morning Post

The Devastating Paradox of Pakistan. How Afghanistan's neighbor cultivated American ...

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Afghan security forces gather in mid-January at the site of a powerful truck bomb

Afghan security forces inspect the site of a US airstrike in Kunduz, north of Kabul, Afghanistan on October 2, 2015. (AP Photo)

More British troops are being sent to Afghanistan – to appease Trump

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After America. Will civil war hit Afghanistan when the U.S. ...

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A look at how the US-led coalition lost Afghanistan's Marjah district to the Taliban - Middle East - Stripes

US general: Want to leave a unified Afghanistan

A U.S. airman conducts preflight checks on an MQ-9 Reaper in Afghanistan, 2015. (Robert Cloys/USAF)