Jul 17th, 2010 – New York Times
kabul, afghanistan – five nato soldiers were killed in southern and eastern afghanistan amid reports of new fighting in nuristan, a remote northeastern province of afghanistan, officials said saturday.
four of the soldiers, including two british
Jul 11th, 2010 – VOA News
officials in northern afghanistan say at least 11 police and a district governor have been killed in three separate attacks across the region.
authorities said sunday that at least six police officers died late saturday when taliban militants
Jul 4th, 2010 – Washington Post
kabul — seizing the flags of u.s. and nato forces on sunday morning, gen. david petraeus formally took hold of the afghan war and began the daunting task of turning around an ever more deadly and unpopular conflict.
Jul 4th, 2010 – CNN
kabul, afghanistan (cnn) — gen. david petraeus formally assumed command of nato’s international security assistance force during a ceremony sunday at the command’s headquarters in kabul.
in a speech saturday, petraeus called for unity on all fronts
Jun 30th, 2010 – Los Angeles Times
reporting from kabul, afghanistan –
as the afghan war’s bloodiest month for western forces drew to a close wednesday, the widening scope and relentless tempo of battlefield casualties pointed to a formidable challenge for u.s. army gen. david