Bush says pakistan nukes are secure (video)

Bush says pakistan nukes are secure (video)

Afghan army’reinforces and targets Taliban‘

Rumsfeld: US must ‚continue to improve‘ force’s capability

Maj Gen to Army: Afghanist바카라사이트an’s soldiers are on their own path

Pentagon says Iraq’s air campaign against IS ‚is over‘

Afghanistan says Taliban fighters killed in new U.S. strikes were in Kabul

U.S.’must continue to improve‘ presence of Afghan forces and Afghan intelligence in Iraq

A senior official tells CNN the war in Iraq will have consequences for Afghans and Pakistan

U.S. President George W. Bush’s National Security Council approves the deployment of U.S. special forces to Afghanistan

Pre바카라sident Bush says Afghanistan, which has been hit by Taliban insurgents with little U.S. help, has to remain part of Iraq

President Bush gives his support for troops in Afghanistan

The U.S. will have a permanent presence in Afghanistan with Afghan troops in Iraq

U.S. President George W. Bush speaks to President Hamid Karzai on February 17, 2015. Bush says U.S. will stay committed to Afghanistan despite recent gains

Kabul: Taliban to blame for death of 4 Afghan policemen

Kabul: Taliban have committed crimes against us and the Afghan state

Kabul: Afghanistan security forces, government and civil society can now work together

Haji Zabihullah, the mayor of Kunduz, explains his decision to withdraw his residents from Kunduz village after a new Taliban regime took over

Kabul: US is not there to take back Kabul from the Taliban

President Bush says U.S. military has reached end of Afghan war with ‚willing assistance‘

Karzai: President Bush says U.S. will stay committed to Afghanistan despite recent gains

Karzai: We are ready to negotiate

President Bush thanks the Afghan people for their support. He also says the U.S. will remain committed

Karzai: The only way to achieve peace in Afghanistan is through dialogue

Karzai: We are prepared to continue to negotiate

Kar바카라zai: We will continue to fight

Karzai: We are ready to meet anyone with the same aspirations who wants peace in the world – including U.S.

US president said Afghans are ready for dialogue

Prime Minister Zalmai, in a telephone interview with the Associated Press, says he is willing t