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Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s security is our continued effort and struggle – Afghan president
Ahead of his meeting with Dmitry Medvedev, Afghan President Hamid Karzai spoke with RT about his plans for solving the problems that are plaguing Afghanistan and spilling beyond its borders.

21.01.2011 08:37

Karzai invites Medvedev to visit Afghanistan
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has met his Afghan counterpart Hamid Karzai in Moscow. The two leaders discussed trade cooperation, security, cultural issues and the pressing matter of countering international drug trafficking.

21.01.2011 08:08

Afghanistan welcomes Russian business – Afghan president
Afghanistan considers Russia to be not only a close neighbor, but also an important political and economic partner, and is interested in attracting Russian business, Hamid Karzai said during his first official visit to Moscow.

21.01.2011 04:19

“The international community has to have a sensitive approach toward Afghanistan”
A delegation from Afghanistan, led by President Hamid Karzai, is in Moscow. Ahead of the visit, RT spoke to one of the most influential politicians in Afghanistan, Dr. Anwar ul-Haq Ahady, to discuss the challenges facing his country.

20.01.2011 15:00

Ex-ambassador’s claims UK capitalized on war outdo WikiLeaks – military analyst
The UK's former ambassador to Kabul has slammed the British army commanders in Afghanistan, accusing them of sacrificing an effective war strategy to cost-cutting – a revelation that RT’s military analyst Evgeny Khrushchev says outshines WikiLeaks.

15.01.2011 07:24

US justice dingy for Afghans
Afghan citizens who have been snatched from their home country and locked up on charges of terrorism now find themselves standing trial in US courts. With no official extradition treaty, it could be America that is breaking international law.

14.01.2011 07:58

Afghan militia: loyalty for dollars
The US army is training militia gangs to secure outposts in Afghanistan's most dangerous areas. For a few dollars a month, Washington hopes to keep the fighters on side, and up against the Taliban. But their loyalty may not be so easily bought.

11.01.2011 07:53

Warfare state: Defense firms want to see US combat missions continue
The Pentagon says it is cutting its cloth over the next five years, but that is going to be hard when there is an entire industry relying on wars.

10.01.2011 06:31

New Year, same Afghan problems
The United States has been at war for over 9 years in Afghanistan but has yet to see major gains despite claims from the Obama Administration that there has been significant progress.

December 30, 2010 16:07

Afghan humanitarian aviation: Aid or money, guns, dead bodies, and alcohol?
Airplane pilot Brian Childs always dreamed of flying over some of the world’s most remote and dangerous places, especially to help those in need.

December 29, 2010 16:47

Afghanistan’s export of mass destruction
Afghanistan, the world's largest producer of heroin, does not only make other states suffer from its deadly export – the country itself is flooded with cheap drugs.

25.12.2010 04:47

War on Terror just a war of words – US protesters
At the same time as President Barack Obama was trying to put some good spin on the war in Afghanistan, hundreds of people were marching outside the White House, calling those announced goals ‘lies’, which benefit just a select few.

17.12.2010 05:30