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United States Ambassador to Canada David Jacobson smiles during an interview June 17, 2013 at his official residence in Ottawa.
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In the chapel of the Serenity funeral home, Xavier Rejano peered into the coffin at his murdered father and made a promise no child his age should have to keep.
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Kabul, June 17 : Eleven militants have been killed in three separate operations in Afghanistan, the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force said Sunday.
A Melbourne exhibition of Afghan treasures is a remarkable affirmation of a troubled land's ancient culture and a tribute to the people who saved them, writes Sue Green It's a tale with the lot: war and destruction, brave heroes, buried treasure.
In this Thursday, June 13, 2013 photo, An Afghan National Army soldier aims his weapon, in Sangin district of Kandahar province southern Afghanistan.
BY THE time British troops start coming home for good some time towards the end of next year, the 12-year campaign in Afghanistan will have cost UK taxpayers at least 40 billion - probably more.
Thousands of people have fled fast-moving wildfires in Colorado as state officials also evacuated more than 900 inmates from a prison threatened by a blaze.
2."And the Mountains Echoed," by Khaled Hosseini A father's decision to give his 3-year-old daughter to a wealthy family in Kabul begins a 60-year Afghan history lesson.
A shoe of a civilian is seen at the site of a suicide car bomb attack in Kabul June 11, 2013.
Retired Colonel Steve Appleton talks about a robe given to him by an Afghan tribal leader, one piece of memorabilia collected from his years with the Canadian military, at his SW home Thursday June 13, 2013.
The long war in Afghanistan has left Britain wary of more major military engagements abroad, much as Vietnam sapped America's will to fight, says British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond.
What happens to the unpaid intern who sues his former employer? The Atlantic Wire talked with the plaintiffs, Eric Glatt and Alex Footman, who just had a judge validate their claim that Fox Searchlight should have paid them as production interns on Black Swan .
Throughout their long military careers, the men earned a number of decorations. Their regimental tie carries the famous crest featuring crossed Gurkha Kukri knives.