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Former Defense Secretary Rumsfeld Thought War On Terror Would Be Easily Won

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U.S. Military Auditor Suggests The Afghan War Is Still At A Stalemate

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Following Attacks In Afghanistan, Trump Rejects Idea Of Negotiating With The Taliban

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Afghanistan Suffers Through More Deadly Attacks

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Nearly 100 Killed In Afghanistan Ambulance Blast

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U.S.-Funded Afghan Military Units Accused Of Child Sexual Abuse, Report Says

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How The U.S. Military Ignored Child Sexual Abuse In Afghanistan For Years

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Gunmen Attack Save The Children Office In Afghanistan

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U.S. troops, in tan uniforms, look over maps with Afghan rebel commander Rashid Dostum (center) in October 2001. A dozen U.S. soldiers teamed up with Dostum's force to defeat the Taliban in northern Afghanistan. Courtesy of Bob Pennington hide caption

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'12 Strong': When The Afghan War Looked Like A Quick, Stirring Victory

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A member of the Afghan local police on patrol in Nangarhar province. U.S. and Afghan forces are currently working to remove ISIS fighters from the area. Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Families Criticize Afghan Government For Not Preventing Attacks

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More Than 40 Dead And Dozens Injured After Bombing In Kabul

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Suicide Bomb Attack In Afghan Capital Kills Dozens

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