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'Obama says the US is indispensable, meaning all other countries are dispensable?'
If indispensable means invasive than there is no country that has invaded more states in the world, that has violated human rights and international law more than has the US, foreign policy expert Richard Becker told RT.

29.05.2014 08:46

WikiLeaks claims Google director helped the NSA spy on Afghanistan
Transparency group WikiLeaks blasted fellow secret-spillers The Intercept last week for censoring the name of a country targeted by United States surveillance. WikiLeaks alleges the nation to be Afghanistan, but the story might not stop right there.

28.05.2014 14:20

CIA chief in Afghanistan 'accidentally' exposed by White House press staff
The Obama Administration’s press service unwittingly put the real name of the CIA’s top spy in Afghanistan on the ‘pool report’ distributed among journalists accompanying the American president on a surprise trip to Kabul’s Bagram Airfield base.

26.05.2014 07:47

Karzai refuses to meet Obama at Bagram Airfield
The Afghan president refused to visit the Bagram military base when US President Barack Obama made a surprise visit there to meet troops on May 25. Similarly, the American president turned down a proposal for talks at Karzai’s palace in downtown Kabul.

26.05.2014 05:35

'Country X': WikiLeaks reveals NSA recording 'nearly all' phone calls in Afghanistan
The NSA records almost all domestic and international phone calls in Afghanistan, similar to what it does in the Bahamas, WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange said.

23.05.2014 07:06

‘Survival of new Afghan leadership still depends on answering America’s needs’
Whichever presidential candidate wins the Afghan election runoffs is likely to hold closely to America's script, especially in terms of the US-Afghan security pact, former US foreign service employee Peter van Buren told RT.

21.05.2014 09:52

​Intl anti-narcotic office needed to combat Afghan heroin – Russia
Various programs aimed at resolving the problem of massive production of heroin in Afghanistan should be merged into an internationally-supervised office, suggests Russia's chief drug officer.

15.05.2014 09:02

Civilian death toll spike as Taliban, Afghan forces go head to head
“America’s longest war” has entered a new phase, with civilians increasingly getting caught in the crosshairs as Afghan National Security Forces and insurgents battle it out for supremacy, the latest International Crisis Group (ICG) report reveals.

13.05.2014 09:36

‘New Afghan govt will work both with Taliban and what the US left in place’
Even though both sides are terribly corrupt, there is probably going to be more general respect from the Afghan population for the Taliban, who have been fighting for Afghanistan for several decades, retired US Air Force officer Karen Kwiatkowski told RT.

13.05.2014 09:22

Number of UK Afghan war veterans seeking mental help doubles in a year
There has been a “significant increase” in the number of UK Afghanistan veterans seeking treatment for mental disorders, a charity has said. The number is likely to rise as the British military prepares to withdraw from the country this year.

12.05.2014 10:10

Never-ending war: Thousands of Afghans displaced ahead of US withdrawal
“The war isn’t over,” residents of one of Kabul’s refugee camps told RT’s Lucy Kafanov. Tens of thousands of Afghans have been displaced by conflict in the country and their situation is not likely to change with the withdrawal of US troops this year.

11.05.2014 12:49

Images of UK soldier posing with dead Taliban insurgent emerge online
Photographs of at least one UK serviceman with RAF Regiment insignia posing with a dead Taliban have emerged online. The photos were taken after an attack by insurgents on Camp Bastion, the main British base in Afghanistan, in 2012.

09.05.2014 23:59

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