Hoja Bahauddin, early August, 2001 conducted by Piotr Balcerowicz The interview – apparently the last one given by Ahmad Shah Masood, the famous ‘Lion of Panjsheer”, before his assasination on … Continue reading
David Kilcullen: It’s different in three major ways. Firstly, it is much bigger and more militarily capable than al-Qaida ever was. It has tanks, it has helicopters, it’s got very … Continue reading
by Ian Bach June 5, 2015 Quick Reaction Force ww2 A couple months ago News Orgs were reporting G2 involved in Iraq strategy to retake Mosul – outlining the units … Continue reading
The Afghan president delayed his official trip to India by a few hours Monday to hold an emergency meeting with the NATO commander in Afghanistan and top Afghan security officials.
Presidential spokesman Ajmal Obidy said President Ashraf Ghani left for India late Monday afternoon, after he met with NATO’s US General John Campbell. Campbell said the NATO coalition and the Afghan government were working to prevent IS from sending weapons or fighters to Afghanistan.
Kashmir is highly contested territory. Most people know it as a great mountaineering location. My view why is it so fought over? Simple…….. Water…….. This is a place known as … Continue reading
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U.S.-backed Syria rebel group dissolves itself after losses Western-backed rebel group announced on Sunday that it had dissolved itself and joined a…