Monday, April 30, 2012

Afghanistan War News Updates -- April 30, 2012

Gen. John Allen, the U.S. commander in Afghanistan, and Under Secretary of Defense Jim Miller (left) testified …

U.S. Commander John Allen Says Afghanistan Transition Plan Is ‘On Track’ -- Yahoo News/The Envoy

Marine Gen. John Allen, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, told sometimes skeptical lawmakers Tuesday that the United States is "on track" to achieve its goals for stabilizing Afghanistan and preventing it from becoming a haven for terrorism. International forces are still planning to withdraw over the next two years, despite numerous high profile setbacks that have rattled confidence in the mission these past few weeks.

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More News On Afghanistan

ISAF Joint Command morning operational update - April 30, 2012 -- ISAF
NATO Soldier Killed In Afghanistan -- RTT News
NATO reports death of service member in Afghanistan -- Khaama Press
2 ISAF soldiers fall prey to IED strikes -- Frontier Post
Two Afghan bodyguards and two suicide attackers killed in fierce gun battle -- Natinal Post/AFP
Taliban attacks: Militant group claims responsibility for embassy assault in Kabul, prison raid in Pakistan -- The Envoy
Afghan Taliban deny new talks with US -- AFP
Germany struggles with homecoming of Afghanistan veterans -- Washington Post
Fighting season - for animals - peaks in Afghanistan -- AFP
NATO’s lies on Afghanistan continue -- Haroon Siddiqui,Ttoronto Star
An Exit Strategy For Afghanistan – OpEd -- Jim Cason, Eurasia Review

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