Afghanistan War News Updates -- August 13, 2011

Diposkan oleh Muhammad Tsani Abdul Hakim on Saturday, August 13, 2011

ONLY ONE WELL - U.S. Army 1st Lt. Stuart Barnes and 1st Lt. Shane Smith speak with Kala Hagi Azgar village elders about potential problems in the village and the possible help they could provide in Sharana, Afghanistan, Aug. 10, 2011. Village elders said they were concerned about having only one working well for their entire village. Barnes is assigned to 366th Headquarters Company and Smith is assigned to the Paktika Provincial Reconstruction Team. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chad Strohmeyer



NATO: 9 Troops Die In 2 Days In Afghanistan -- MSNBC



Roadside bombs kill 2 service members Friday in south.



KABUL, Afghanistan — Insurgent attacks have killed nine NATO service members in the past two days in Afghanistan, where the U.S.-led coalition is mourning the deaths of 30 American troops and eight Afghans in a helicopter crash last week, military officials said Friday.



The Aug. 6 crash was the single deadliest loss for U.S. forces in the nearly decade-long war.



The crash victims' remains were flown to a mortuary at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. The Pentagon said Friday that the military's medical examiner's office had positively identified all 30 U.S. troops and two of the eight Afghans, as well as the U.S. military dog that died in the crash. Identification work continues on the other six Afghans, the Pentagon said.



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More News On Afghanistan



NATO: Afghan fighting kills 8 troops in 2 days -- CBS/AP

Afghan police recover bodies of 8 security troops -- AP

Afghan, Coalition Force Kills Insurgents -- US Department of Defense

U.S. triples frequency of Afghan commando raids -- Detroit Free Press

Afghanistan Raids by U.S. Commandos Almost Triple Since 2009, NATO Says -- Bloomberg

German Commandos Upset at Release of Afghan Suspect -- New York Times

Taliban factory used to make Nato uniforms is busted -- Mirror



Pentagon: All American Victims of Afghan Crash Identified -- Voice of America

U.S. identifies remains of troops in Afghan crash -- Reuters

Portraits of Navy SEALs killed in helicopter crash -- AP

The stories of those who lost their lives in Chinook crash -- CNN

Navy SEALs Afghanistan: General Says Crash Happened During Pursuit, Not Rescue -- IBTimes



Afghan prison transfer delayed -- Washington Post

£70m of British aid 'paid to the Taliban': Cash wasted on bribes and protection money, say campaigners -- Daily Mail

Danger and mistrust a part of life for Taliban who come in from the cold -- Sydney Morning Herald

Afghan Advisory Program Marks One Year -- US Department of Defense

Hamid Karzai says he will not seek third term -- The Telegraph

Afghanistan's future murkier as Karzai disavows third term -- Christian Science Monitor

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