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Purchase of Tropical Uniforms for Afghanistan Draws Mattis’s Rebuke

Purchase of Tropical Uniforms for Afghanistan Draws Mattis’s Rebuke

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis earlier this month. Mr. Mattis’s memo was released the day before a House Armed Services Committee hearing scheduled for Tuesday.
Purchase of Tropical Uniforms for Afghanistan Draws Mattis’s Rebuke

Purchase of Tropical Uniforms for Afghanistan Draws Mattis’s Rebuke

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis earlier this month. Mr. Mattis’s memo was released the day before a House Armed Services Committee hearing scheduled for Tuesday.
Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

Above road construction near an iron ore mine near Bamiyan, Afghanistan, in 2012. The country’s lack of infrastructure has hindered efforts to exploit its natural resources.
Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

Above road construction near an iron ore mine near Bamiyan, Afghanistan, in 2012. The country’s lack of infrastructure has hindered efforts to exploit its natural resources.
Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

Above road construction near an iron ore mine near Bamiyan, Afghanistan, in 2012. The country’s lack of infrastructure has hindered efforts to exploit its natural resources.
Taliban Slaughter Soldiers in Pattern of Attacks in Kandahar

Taliban Slaughter Soldiers in Pattern of Attacks in Kandahar

Afghan soldiers on Wednesday at a military base in the Khakrez District of Kandahar Province, where dozens of soldiers were killed or wounded in overnight clashes with the Taliban.
The Saturday Profile: Iraqi Surgeon Returns Home to Help the Wounded Get Back in the Fight

The Saturday Profile: Iraqi Surgeon Returns Home to Help the Wounded Get Back in the Fight

Dr. Munjed al-Muderis, an orthopedic surgeon, with his team during surgery last month at Norwest Private Hospital in Bella Vista, a suburb of Sydney, Australia.
Sharif’s Resignation Comes as U.S. Debates How to Pressure Pakistan on Terrorism

Sharif’s Resignation Comes as U.S. Debates How to Pressure Pakistan on Terrorism

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan in Islamabad in 2013.
Taliban Bomber Kills 2 Americans in Southern Afghanistan

Taliban Bomber Kills 2 Americans in Southern Afghanistan

American troops assessed the damage to their armored convoy after a Taliban suicide attack in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Wednesday.
Tehran’s Turn | Part 2: Iran Gains Ground in Afghanistan as U.S. Presence Wanes

Tehran’s Turn | Part 2: Iran Gains Ground in Afghanistan as U.S. Presence Wanes

An Afghan police officer at his unit’s outpost overlooking the districts north of Farah, the capital of the province that goes by the same name. In October, the Taliban overran posts like this one in

Joint Taliban-ISIS Attack Kills Dozens, Afghan Officials Say

Officials said as many as 50 people died when the Taliban and a commander claiming ties to the Islamic State overran an area in the north. A Taliban spokesman denied any cooperation with ISIS.
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.

U.S. Airstrikes in Afghanistan Are Said to Kill 16 Civilians

Officials blamed U.S. warplanes targeting Islamic State militants for the deaths in Afghanistan; it was the second such incident in less than a month.
Years After Acid Attack, an Afghan Story of Survival Takes a Dark Turn

Years After Acid Attack, an Afghan Story of Survival Takes a Dark Turn

Mumtaz, right, with her cousin at a safe house in Kunduz, Afghanistan, in 2015, four years after a militia leader doused Mumtaz and her family with acid.
American Service Member Killed and Others Wounded in Afghanistan Raid

American Service Member Killed and Others Wounded in Afghanistan Raid

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is helping lead the Trump administration’s strategy review for the war in Afghanistan.
In Afghanistan, a Destructive ‘Game of Thrones’

In Afghanistan, a Destructive ‘Game of Thrones’

Afghanistan’s vice president and a former warlord, Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, had been forced into exile this year after authorities charged him with the kidnapping, torture and rape of a political
Aryana Saeed, Afghan Pop Star, Won’t Let Mullahs Stop the Show

Aryana Saeed, Afghan Pop Star, Won’t Let Mullahs Stop the Show

Aryana Saeed, an Afghan singer, performing in Kabul on Saturday after her concert at Ghazi Stadium on Friday was canceled.
Trump Settles on Afghan Strategy Expected to Raise Troop Levels

Trump Settles on Afghan Strategy Expected to Raise Troop Levels

President Trump with Defense Secretary James Mattis at Naval Station Norfolk in Norfolk, Va., last month. Mr. Mattis said Sunday that the president had decided on a plan for Afghanistan after a
Afghan Forces Are Praised, Despite Still Relying Heavily on U.S. Help

Afghan Forces Are Praised, Despite Still Relying Heavily on U.S. Help

Afghan commandos on Sunday at Camp Morehead, a training base southeast of Kabul, at a ceremony celebrating their efforts.
As Trump Rolls Out War Plan, Taliban Are Gaining

As Trump Rolls Out War Plan, Taliban Are Gaining

Government forces this month in Jowzjan Province in northern Afghanistan. A district in the province, Khamab, was overrun by the Taliban on Monday.