Topic: Christopher Langton
As part of Obama's Afghanistan war surge, some 9,000 marines are moving into small Afghan towns near the border to stop Taliban soldiers and supplies coming from Pakistan. The view from this new front.
12/23/2009 12:18 pm
In Khan Neshin, near the Pakistan border, recruitment of locals for the Afghanistan war effort is an often frustrating process. Obstacles include candidates' drug use, illiteracy, and fear of the Taliban.
12/11/2009 02:54 pm
The Pakistan Taliban may have sought to scare the military from launching an offensive against their base in South Waziristan. But the attacks, which killed 112 people in the past week, could harden the Army's resolve.
10/13/2009 01:00 am
Soon after Kabul announced a truce in northern Badghis Province Monday, clashes erupted between insurgents and police.
07/27/2009 01:00 am
In Helmand Province, poppy cultivation funds insurgent activities. As the operation began, the US military announced a US soldier had been captured in another province.
07/02/2009 01:00 am