WASHINGTON (PAN): The ongoing negotiations on a bilateral security agreement between the United States and Afghanistan are expected to be completed by May or June, the US and NATO top commander based in Kabul said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (PAN): The security transition in the central Maidan Wardak province has now become a model for transition in other parts of the country, US top commander in Kabul, Gen. Joseph Dunford, told US Senators on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (PAN): A top American general based in Kabul on Tuesday said Afghanistan's stability was threatened by militant safe havens in Pakistan and corruption and weak institutional capability of the Afghan government.
WASHINGTON (PAN): The US on Monday said it was committed to fighting drug trafficking in Afghanistan and reducing their flow outside as a latest UN report warned opium cultivation has been increasing for a third year in a row in the war-torn country.
WASHINGTON (PAN): The Taliban remain resilient and capable to challenge US and international goals in Afghanistan even as insurgency has diminished in some areas, a top US intelligence official said Thursday.
WASHINGTON (PAN): A group of five students, including one girl, from western Herat province did Afghanistan proud as they participated in the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and gave a tough fight to their rivals.