U.S. President Barack Obama said his government would not rush into foreign wars, but rather take unilateral action when “core national security ...
Obama is scheduled to deliver remarks and lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery
U.S. President Barack Obama travels to Afghanistan for a surprise Memorial Day weekend visit to meet with U.S. troops
The United States secured a ten-year lease Monday for a key military base in Djibouti
The mobile phone market drove growth in India along with better Internet coverage
U.N. chief phones Putin to express ‘grave’ concern over Russia’s escalation in Ukraine
Barack Obama told Afghanistan's Hamad Karzaiin a phone call that he had given the order to the Pentagon, the White House said
New size would put the country at risk if U.S. forces were to carry out two large-scale military actions simultaneously
The 28-year-old soldier was accused of being the leader of the gang rape of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl in Mahmudiyah
As the Taliban celebrated 25 years since the Soviet withdrew from Afghanistan, the group said the U.S. is now too fleeing the country
The “new Iraq” has solidified a culture of impunity that holds nothing sacred
As Afghan President Hamid Karzai makes efforts to hold peace talks with the Taliban, they are busy being destructive
Amid resurgent Taliban violence, U.S.-Afghan relations are strained over a number of issues
Air and naval assets, including two ships in the Black Sea, would be made available if needed during the Sochi Winter Olympics
Pentagon prepares to deliver another arms shipment to help Iraq fight al-Qaeda
Republicans say the violent extremists could have been contained if Obama had pushed harder to keep some U.S. troops on the ground in Iraq
Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the UAE were removed from the countries where U.S. forces receive imminent danger pay
Anbar covers a very large area that is very difficult to control, as the Americans had discovered
The U.S. contingent in Jordan is there to help the Jordanian government as it grapples with strains from the civil war in neighboring Syria
While international media focus on the political and diplomatic relations between Iran and the United States, especially after the phone call between ...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says a partial agreement has been reached with Afghanistan on a security accord but the potentially deal-breaking ...
Taliban militants fighting foreign troops in Afghanistan taunted the U.S. on Wednesday over the recent government shutdown, reported Agence ...
A top Pentagon official said Friday it would be a “tragedy” if Afghan and U.S. negotiators failed to clinch a deal allowing U.S. troops to ...
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