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Taliban Launch Rocket Attack and Kill at Least 20 Afghan Police Officers

Taliban Launch Rocket Attack and Kill at Least 20 Afghan Police Officers

Soldiers at the site of a siege by armed militants at the New Kabul Bank branch in the Gardez area of Paktia, Afghanistan, on Saturday.
American Airstrike Hits Afghan Security Forces

American Airstrike Hits Afghan Security Forces

Afghan security officials on patrol in the Nawa district of Helmand Province, Afghanistan, last week.
American Airstrike Hits Afghan Security Forces

American Airstrike Hits Afghan Security Forces

Afghan security officials on patrol in the Nawa district of Helmand Province, Afghanistan, last week.
Seesaw Conflict With Taliban Takes Toll in Fallen Afghan District

Seesaw Conflict With Taliban Takes Toll in Fallen Afghan District

Afghan government officials assessing the situation in the Taiwara District after it was recaptured from the Taliban. The government is losing a growing number of fighters in contested areas.
News Analysis: U.S. Plan for New Afghan Force Revives Fears of Militia Abuses

News Analysis: U.S. Plan for New Afghan Force Revives Fears of Militia Abuses

Members of the Afghan Local Police from Kandahar in 2013. An American military plan for local auxiliaries to aid the Afghan Army has raised fears of abuses like those that plagued the Afghan Local

8 Afghan Officers Killed by Taliban Using Night-Vision Goggles

The insurgents appear to have ambushed the victims while they were in their beds, and they may have had an accomplice on the inside.
Taliban ‘Red Unit’ With Night Vision Kills Dozens of Afghan Officers

Taliban ‘Red Unit’ With Night Vision Kills Dozens of Afghan Officers

A police checkpoint in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Tuesday. Security was intensified after a series of coordinated attacks against Afghan police officers.

Law and Order in Afghanistan—or Lack Thereof

In the land of America's longest war, police focus on combatting the Taliban over instituting the rule of law.
Deadly Taliban Attacks on NATO Convoy and Police in Afghanistan

Deadly Taliban Attacks on NATO Convoy and Police in Afghanistan

A suicide bomber targeted a NATO convoy in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Sunday, leaving one civilian dead.
Op-Ed Contributor: Can the International Criminal Court Be Saved From Itself?

Op-Ed Contributor: Can the International Criminal Court Be Saved From Itself?

Burundi government ministers celebrate on stage the country’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, in Bujumbura, Burundi, on Oct. 28.

Taliban Fighters Using High-Tech Gear Kill Afghan Forces

A so-called Red Unit equipped with night-vision goggles and laser sights ambushed an Afghan Army post near Kunduz around 2:30 a.m., officials said.
The Taliban Have Gone High-Tech. That Poses a Dilemma for the U.S.

The Taliban Have Gone High-Tech. That Poses a Dilemma for the U.S.

A member of the Afghan Special Forces is seen through a night-vision goggle during a training exercise with American Special Forces at Camp Shorab in Helmand Province in September.
The Taliban Have Gone High-Tech. That Poses a Dilemma for the U.S.

The Taliban Have Gone High-Tech. That Poses a Dilemma for the U.S.

A member of the Afghan Special Forces is seen through a night-vision goggle during a training exercise with American Special Forces at Camp Shorab in Helmand Province in September.
The Taliban Have Gone High-Tech. That Poses a Dilemma for the U.S.

The Taliban Have Gone High-Tech. That Poses a Dilemma for the U.S.

A member of the Afghan Special Forces is seen through a night-vision goggle during a training exercise with American Special Forces at Camp Shorab in Helmand Province in September.
She Married 3 Brothers in Family Torn by War

She Married 3 Brothers in Family Torn by War

Khadija, 18, has married three brothers, losing two of them to the Afghan war. “I do not want this husband to be killed by the Taliban,” she said.
She Married 3 Brothers in Family Torn by Afghan War

She Married 3 Brothers in Family Torn by Afghan War

Khadija, 18, has married three brothers, losing two of them to the Afghan war. “I do not want this husband to be killed by the Taliban,” she said.
30,000 Afghan Police Officers, on Front Line of War, Are Denied Pay

30,000 Afghan Police Officers, on Front Line of War, Are Denied Pay

An Afghan Police graduation ceremony in Kandahar in April.
Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban militants and residents in Kandahar Province mingled last month during a cease-fire.
Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban Leaders Declare a Halt to Bombings in Civilian Areas

Taliban militants and residents in Kandahar Province mingled last month during a cease-fire.