Interview Press TV February 13, 2017 Under the pretext of chasing al-Qaeda operatives implicated in the 9/11 attacks on US soil, American forces invaded Afghanistan in 2001. The continued military operation has caused heavy casualties, but US officials claim they are fighting al-Qaeda, the Taliban and most recently Daesh terrorists in the Asian nation. Press
Press TV / January 30, 2016 Washington has been a “willing participant” in regional decisions that led to a resurgence of the Taliban in Afghanistan and the continued US military presence is impeding peace in the country, says an international lawyer and political analyst. “Whatever other nations may think of the Taliban ethos, the only way forward
Afghan singer Ramsha Shifa talks to VOA Dari service about her life in Afghanistan before coming to the West, her desire to help Afghan women, her musical career, her future plans, and even her personal life. She confirms that she is not married. The interview was conducted in Dari (Farsi).
Michael Hughes: Critics of the war in Afghanistan consider the terrorist attack that killed six Americans near Bagram airbase as yet another indication that it is time for the U.S. to withdraw military personnel from the country post-haste, while proponents of a long-term U.S. military presence perceive it as a reason why the United States cannot
Tim Sebastian: “Do you trust Pakistan?” Ghani: “I don’t trust anyone.” [In matters of national interest]