That two more US troops were killed by an Afghan soldier today is a reminder that the Afghanistan 'surge,' which ended last year, accomplished few of its objectives.
The NGO Zardozi helps women in Afghanistan start their own businesses by using a skill that most of them already know: sewing.
The NATO-led coalition said a data entry error led to a claim last week that Taliban attacks had fallen 7 percent last year. In fact, there's little change. So what did we get for the surge?
Afghan President Hamid Karzai would like to make it very clear that he doesn't like the US, his principal protector and patron.