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Father of slain soldier calls Afghanistan war 'a waste'
James Anderson of Yellowknife, whose son Jordan was killed while serving with the Canadian military in Afghanistan, says Canada is paying a huge price for its involvement in the mission.
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The Chronicle Herald
EDITORIAL: History will judge Canada's Afghan mission
Pte. Derek McCarty of Fredericton takes a break during a patrol near the village of Badvan in the Panjawi district of Kandahar province in Afghanistan in April 2007.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Remembering British MP Tony Benn, a Lifelong Critic of War and Capitalism
Tony Benn , former British Cabinet minister and MP. He was the longest-serving MP in the history of the British Labour Party, having served for more than half a century.
The Indian Express
India's role in Afghanistan very critical: Gen Dunford
India has a critical role to play in Afghanistan as it is the most important partner of the war-torn country in the region, the commander of the US-Nato forces in Kabul has said.
Kabul irked at haphazard release of Afghan Taliban prisoners in Pakistan
Afghanistan's High Peace Council, set up to oversee peace talks with the Taliban, has had no formal meetings with any of the 46 Taliban prisoners released in neighboring Pakistan, an official said on Friday, despite pleas to be present when they are freed.
Digging trenches to digging mines; the new face of Canada's Afghan experience
Canadians could go from digging trenches to helping dig gold and copper mines in Afghanistan if the Harper government has its way.
Taliban issues congratulations to its forces on 'defeat' of Canadians
A round of goodbye messages are following the last Canadian troops out the door in Afghanistan and some of them are rather nasty.
Many troops from around the world have adopted dogs while in Afghanistan
As attention on Britain's involvement in Afghanistan turns to the draw-down of combat troops, some Britons are in the country to stay.
A Break from War
Walking up the jet bridge, nervousness made every step heavy. And not because I had pushed through 200 anxious, though exceedingly generous, travelers to get off the last plane on the long transit from Kabul to the West Coast.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Afghanistan mission has left deep imprint on Langley
Flowers of remembrance and a portrait of Master Cpl. Colin Bason sat outside the armoury of the Royal Westminster Regiment in New westminster, shortly after he was killed in Afghanistan on July 4, 2007.
Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Afghan Youth Debates: Election Complaints Body Shaping Up
The work of the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission is crucial to building public trust in the legitimacy of Afghanistan's coming presidential poll, an IWPR debate has heard.
The Huffington Post
Wahid Ghassemi: "I belong to the land called Afghanistan"
Wahid Ghassemi is a musician and folklore music scholar. He has worked as a singer and composer since 1977 and has conducted extensive research in native folklore music in different regions of the country since 2002.
The Globe and Mail
Graeme Smith: Canada leaves 'a lot of unfinished business' in Afghanistan
A soldier touches the plaque of a fallen comrade at the war memorial after the last Remembrance Day ceremony at Kandahar Air Field Friday, November 11, 2011 in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Insight: Release of Afghan prisoners exposes root of rift with U.S
U.S. military commanders believe Sardar Mohammad is a dangerous Taliban bomb-maker who has attacked foreign and Afghan soldiers.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Raw Video: Canadian army take...
Canadian troops took down the Maple Leaf flag at NATO headquarters in Kabul Wednesday.
Saskatchewan soldiers proud of role in Afghanistan mission
Master Cpl. Daniel Choong , Cpl. Harry Smiley and Cpl . Gavin Early take down the Canadian flag for the last time in Afghanistan on Wednesday March 12, 2014, bringing an end to 12 years of military involvement in a campaign that cost the lives of 158 soldiers.
Regina Leader Post
Canada's Afghan exit leaves behind country with a siege mentality
A map on the wall at the Gandamack Lodge, a well-worn Kabul haunt for western aid workers, officials and journalists, traces in meticulous detail the disastrous, bloody retreat of British troops from the Afghan capital in January 1842.
The Daily Star
Little-known group claims killing of Swedish journalist in Kabul
KABUL: A little-known militant group on Wednesday claimed responsibility for killing a Swedish journalist in the Afghan capital, saying he was a spy for British intelligence.
Canada Ends Military Operations in Afghanistan
Canada ended military operations in Afghanistan on Wednesday, ending a 12-year mission as the international community winds down its role in the country ahead of an end-of-year deadline for foreign combat operations to end.