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UK end 13-year-old combat operations in Afghanistan’s Helmand province

Camp Bastion has been the center of U.K. operations in Afghanistan since 2006.


UK ends 13-year war in Afghanistan

All British troops will leave Camp Bastion within days, handing over the huge base to Afghan troops.


Al-Qaeda regional chief an Indian, met him twice: Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir

Hamid Mir said Asim Umar was an Indian — a possibility that The Indian Express has reported investigators in India were studying.


PM Narendra Modi calls up Hamid Karzai, hails his contribution

Karzai took over the leadership of Afghanistan in December 2001 after the fanatic Taliban regime was removed.


PM Modi calls new Afghanistan President Ghani; says India would stand by you

Ghani accepted the Prime Minister’s invitation to visit India at the earliest opportunity.


Taliban ambush kills 22 Afghan soldiers, police in north

“Twelve army and police vehicles are totally destroyed,” Gov. Abdul Jabar Haqbeen said.

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Suicide attack in Afghanistan kills 3

Taliban spokesman Zabiullha Mhujahid sent a text message taking responsibility for the attack.


2 suicide bomber attacks in Kabul kill 7, wound 21

Kabul criminal investigation police chief says first attacker hit a bus with Afghan National Army officers, killing seven.


Afghanistan, US sign long-awaited security pact

The agreement signaled a fundamental shift in the country’s relations with the world, said Ashraf Ghani.


New Afghan president sworn-in after disputed vote

Ghani Ahmadzai became president of Afghanistan in a peaceful transition after a six-month election season.


Afghanistan awaits presidential inauguration

The inauguration caps a nearly six-month election season that began when ballots were first cast in April.


Afghanistan’s Hamid Karzai takes one last swipe at US in his farewell speech

Outgoing President Hamid Karzai said the United States wanted war in Afghanistan ‘because of its own interests’.


Afghan presidential candidates Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah to sign power deal

In the end, high-stakes negotiations — and not a precise vote tally — appear to have settled the country’s power structure.


Pakistan warplanes kill 20 militants in northwest

An army statement says Tuesday morning’s “precise” air strikes also destroyed two ammunition depots of militants.


Huge explosion kills at least one in Afghan capital, Kabul

Taliban insurgents have been exploiting the uncertainty, launching bombings and attacks on government officials across the country.