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From AK47s to drones, Afghans war rugs reflect bloody decades
Date:  Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Title:  From AK47s to drones, Afghans war rugs reflect bloody decades
Description:  More than three decades of war have damaged Afghanistan's once-thriving carpet industry, but weavers are tapping into the bloody past to boost their fortunes with war rugs depicting guns, tanks and warplanes. Duration: 00:36.
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National guard deployment
Date:  Friday, February 27, 2015
Title:  National guard deployment
Description:  PALATKA'S NATIONAL GUARD, IS GETTING READY TO HEAD TO AFGHANISTAN. AND THE COMMUNITY IS MAKING SURE THEY GET A GOOD SENDOFF.
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Death toll from Afghan avalanches tops 200
Date:  Thursday, February 26, 2015
Title:  Death toll from Afghan avalanches tops 200
Description:  More than 200 people have been killed in a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall in Afghanistan. Duration: 00:42
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Winter Storm Avalanches Kill at Least 108 in Afghanistan
Date:  Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Title:  Winter Storm Avalanches Kill at Least 108 in Afghanistan
Description:  Emergency official said Wednesday, avalanches caused by a heavy winter snow killed at least 108 people in northeastern Afghanistan, as rescuers clawed through debris with their hands to save those buried beneath. Mohammad Aslam Syas, the deputy director of the Afghanistan Natural Disaster Management Authority, the avalanches buried homes across four northeast provinces, killing those beneath. Syas...
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Afghanistan Snow Storms Kill More Than 80, but Ease Drought Fear
Date:  Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Title:  Afghanistan Snow Storms Kill More Than 80, but Ease Drought Fear
Description:  More than 80 people have been killed in Afghanistan in avalanches following heavy snow, officials said on Wednesday, with the bad weather set to last for two more days after an unusually dry winter led to fears of drought. Abdul Rahman Kabiri, acting governor of the mountainous province of Panjshir, north of Kabul, where more than 30 people were killed in avalanches said, We haven't seen this much...
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3rd Combat Aviation Brigade Soldiers Deploy to Kuwait
Date:  Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Title:  3rd Combat Aviation Brigade Soldiers Deploy to Kuwait
Description:  About 200 Soldiers from the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade deployed to Kuwait from Hunter Army Airfield on Feb. 13. The majority of those troops are coming from 2nd Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, with a mixture of different Soldiers from the other battalions in the brigade. Capt. Michael Hurst, Company B, 603rd Aviation Support Battalion, or ASB, said the Falcon Brigade Soldiers will be augmenting...
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Obama to Decide Soon on Troop Levels in Afghanistan
Date:  Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Title:  Obama to Decide Soon on Troop Levels in Afghanistan
Description:  Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday that President Barack Obama will decide soon on adjusting the level of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Kerry said, I think the president is on the right track, and I think the evaluation that is going on now with respect to the adjustment of the troop (level) is appropriate. And the president will make his decision shortly. The United States is considering...
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U.S. Embassy Reports Threats to Americans in Afghanistan
Date:  Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Title:  U.S. Embassy Reports Threats to Americans in Afghanistan
Description:  The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan issued an emergency message on Tuesday warning of threats to Americans living in the capital Kabul. A message posted on the embassy's website said, As of late February 2015, militants planned to conduct multiple imminent attacks against an unspecified target or targets in Kabul City, Afghanistan. It said the threats were against U.S. citizens in Afghanistan, but the...
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National Guard deployment
Date:  Monday, February 23, 2015
Title:  National Guard deployment
Description:  Nearly 40 members of the Palatka National Guard are preparing to deploy to Afghanistan
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Family of U.S. Aid Worker: Bergdahl Deal Emboldened Her Captors
Date:  Monday, February 23, 2015
Title:  Family of U.S. Aid Worker: Bergdahl Deal Emboldened Her Captors
Description:  The family of Kayla Mueller, the U.S. aid worker who died while a captive of Islamic State militants in Syria, said a prisoner swap deal cut by Washington to get back a U.S. Army Sergeant held by the Taliban hurt efforts to free her. Carl Mueller, Kayla's father, told NBC in an interview broadcast on Monday that the family had hoped to raise money for a $6.2 million ransom demanded by his daughter...
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Will America Ever Leave Afghanistan?
Date:  Monday, February 23, 2015
Title:  Will America Ever Leave Afghanistan?
Description:  Since the war in Afghanistan formally ended at the close of 2014, hardly a week goes by without another report of the Obama administration considering revising its troop withdrawal timeline or that the current mission in Afghanistan is far from its putative non-combat advisory role. Indeed, just this weekend, during a surprise trip to the country, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said the admini...
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Tough Choice for U.S. in Afghanistans Kandahar Province
Date:  Sunday, February 22, 2015
Title:  Tough Choice for U.S. in Afghanistans Kandahar Province
Description:  A once bustling military hub at the heart of America's war in southern Afghanistan, Kandahar Air Field seemed destined to quietly shut down this year as part of a U.S. withdrawal that had already thinned its numbers. Defense Secretary Ash Carter visited the sprawling complex on Sunday, but kept reporters guessing whether he thought it should remain operational longer - keeping a U.S. toe-hold in a...
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Pentagon Chief: US Considering Slowing Afghan Exit, Says Kabul Proving More Reliable Partner
Date:  Saturday, February 21, 2015
Title:  Pentagon Chief: US Considering Slowing Afghan Exit, Says Kabul Proving More Reliable Partner
Description:  U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Saturday that the United States is considering slowing its military exit from Afghanistan by keeping a larger-than-planned troop presence this year and next because the new Afghan government is proving to be a more reliable partner. Carter, on his first overseas trip since starting the Pentagon job Tuesday, also said the Obama administration is rethinking the...
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U.S. Reconsidering Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal
Date:  Saturday, February 21, 2015
Title:  U.S. Reconsidering Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal
Description:  President Barack Obama may change the United States' plan to withdraw virtually all its troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, his new defense secretary said Saturday during a visit to the central Asian nation -- an indication that the White House is considering extending the U.S. troop presence there beyond that year. U.S.
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Afghans Arrested Chinese Uighurs to Aid Taliban Talks Bid: Officials
Date:  Friday, February 20, 2015
Title:  Afghans Arrested Chinese Uighurs to Aid Taliban Talks Bid: Officials
Description:  Afghan security officials said on Friday that Afghanistan arrested and handed over several Muslim Uighur militants from China's west in an effort to persuade China to use its influence with Pakistan to help start negotiations with the Taliban, The deal sheds light on China's increasing importance in Afghanistan and Pakistan, with its involvement in efforts to end the war with Taliban, who have bee...
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Pakistan Officials Say Afghan Taliban Signal Readiness for Peace Talks
Date:  Thursday, February 19, 2015
Title:  Pakistan Officials Say Afghan Taliban Signal Readiness for Peace Talks
Description:  Senior Pakistani army and diplomatic officials said on Thursday the Afghan Taliban have signaled through the Pakistani military that they are willing to open peace talks, which could begin later in the day. Sources in the Afghan Taliban said their negotiators would hold a first round of talks with U.S. officials in Qatar on Thursday, although no comment was immediately available from U.S. or Qatar...
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U.S. Official Says no U.S. Talks With Taliban in Qatar
Date:  Thursday, February 19, 2015
Title:  U.S. Official Says no U.S. Talks With Taliban in Qatar
Description:  A U.S. official said on Thursday the United States is not holding talks with Afghanistan's Taliban leaders in Qatar. Sources in the Afghan Taliban said their negotiators would hold a first round of talks with U.S. officials on Thursday. The U.S. official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said reports of meetings were not true. Reports of the talks started Wednesday night saying they would take ...
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A soldier wounded in Afghanistan talks about his recovery
Date:  Thursday, February 19, 2015
Title:  A soldier wounded in Afghanistan talks about his recovery
Description:  A soldier wounded in Afghanistan talks about his recovery
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Troops
Date:  Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Title:  Troops
Description:  national guard
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Gold Star Families Memorial Taking Shape in Pittsford
Date:  Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Title:  Gold Star Families Memorial Taking Shape in Pittsford
Description:  The memorial is dedicated to local veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan.
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Bomb Attack in Eastern Afghanistan Kills Female Politician
Date:  Monday, February 16, 2015
Title:  Bomb Attack in Eastern Afghanistan Kills Female Politician
Description:  A popular female politician in east Afghanistan died in hospital on Monday following a bomb attack on her vehicle last week, Afghan officials said, underscoring the growing dangers for women in the government. Angiza Shinwari, in her mid-thirties, was at the start of a second term as a provincial council member in Nangarhar and had been transferred to Kabul for treatment. Her driver was killed in ...
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India PM Sending Top Diplomat to Pakistan in Thawing of Ties
Date:  Friday, February 13, 2015
Title:  India PM Sending Top Diplomat to Pakistan in Thawing of Ties
Description:  Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is sending his top diplomat to Pakistan as part of a regional tour, the first top-ranking visit since Modi broke off talks last year over the disputed region of Kashmir. The sign of a thaw in ties comes weeks after a visit to India by U.S. President Barack Obama. The United States has long privately encouraged dialogue between India and Pakistan hoping that bett...
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U.S. Options for Afghanistan
Date:  Friday, February 13, 2015
Title:  U.S. Options for Afghanistan
Description:  The top United States commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan told Congress he has provided his chain of command with options for the drawdown of troops this year that would give both U.S. and Afghan leaders flexibility as the security situation evolves on the ground. While the United States has close to 10,000 U.S.
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China Offers to Mediate in Stalled Afghan Taliban Peace Talks
Date:  Thursday, February 12, 2015
Title:  China Offers to Mediate in Stalled Afghan Taliban Peace Talks
Description:  China offered on Thursday to mediate in stalled efforts to engage the Afghan Taliban in peace negotiations, reflecting its desire to play a more active role in a region it sees as part of its sphere of influence. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi made the announcement in Islamabad as he arrived in the Pakistani capital on a two-day visit aimed at cementing traditionally warm ties between communist ...
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Senate Approves Ashton Carter to Lead Pentagon
Date:  Thursday, February 12, 2015
Title:  Senate Approves Ashton Carter to Lead Pentagon
Description:  The Senate on Thursday easily approved President Barack Obama's pick to head the Pentagon, confirming the fourth secretary of defense in six years. In a 93 to 5 vote, the Senate approved Ashton Carter to head the Department of Defense to help lead the U.S. response to Islamic extremists, Russian-back militants in Ukraine, and an end to the war in Afghanistan. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell...
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