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Brigadier James Woodham and the Provincial Governor of Lashkar Gah holding a press conference to signify the handover of Main Operating Base Lashkar Gah from British military control to Afghan security forces.
There is no shortage of people opining about the now-concluded military mission that morphed into a costly, bloody humanitarian exercise.
Afghanistan's former defense minister became the second presidential hopeful to withdraw from the race on Sunday, leaving a field of nine candidates three weeks before the vote to replace Hamid Karzai.
Investigators are hoping to learn the cause of the deadly explosion that leveled two New York City apartment buildings now that most of the rubble has been cleared away.
Corporal Kyle Scott, demonstrates the gesture Afghanistan children made to the Canadian troops.
A BBC investigation has found that the Ashraf-ul Madares madrassa in Kunduz province preaches that listening to radio, watching television and taking photos are un-Islamic activities and that women should not work outside their homes.
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.
Former secretary of state, national security adviser and Nobel Peace Prize winner Henry Kissinger is, by all measures, a foreign-policy heavyweight.
KABUL, Afghanistan - In his final address to Afghanistan 's parliament Saturday, President Hamid Karzai told the United States its soldiers can leave at the end of the year because his military, which already protects 93 percent of the country, was ready to take over entirely.
An American citizen died of a methamphetamine overdose at a U.S. Border Patrol station near San Diego shortly after a paramedic thought he might be faking a seizure, an autopsy concluded.
KABUL: 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 neighbouring Pakistan, an official said yesterday, despite pleas to be present when they are freed.
Security official arrive to secure the area at the site of a bomb blast on the outskirts of Peshawar March 14, 2014.
Canadians could go from digging trenches to helping dig gold and copper mines in Afghanistan if the Harper government has its way.
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A round of goodbye messages are following the last Canadian troops out the door in Afghanistan and some of them are rather nasty.
As attention on Britain's involvement in Afghanistan turns to the draw-down of combat troops, some Britons are in the country to stay.