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Joshua Boyle's wife says captivity 'intolerable' for her children

An American woman who endured five years of captivity in Afghanistan said she and her Canadian husband resisted their captors and did the best they could to raise young children in brutal conditions,..
CP24 Also reported by •Seattle Times

US, Afghanistan forces likely to face war crimes investigation, alongside Taliban

The International Criminal Court's prosecutor has requested a full investigation in Afghanistan. US and Afghan military personnel could be indicted, along with Taliban members, for committing crimes..
Deutsche Welle

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News video: Two-Year Goal Set For US In Afghanistan

Two-Year Goal Set For US In Afghanistan 00:46

On Monday, the top U.S. general in Afghanistan said he believes he could help Afghan forces drive back the Taliban enough to control at least 80 percent of the country within two years. This compared..
Source: Rebecca Stefansky -

News video: US hits 'Taliban where it hurts' by striking drug labs

US hits 'Taliban where it hurts' by striking drug labs 00:50

US and Nato forces commander in Afghanistan says that US new south Asian strategy has given him broader authority to target terrorist and their financial sources in Afghanistan.
Source: Agence France-Presse (AFP) -

News video: US Air Force Targets Afghanistan Drug Labs in Airstrikes

US Air Force Targets Afghanistan Drug Labs in Airstrikes 00:27

The US Air Force and Afghan forces struck seven drug processing centers in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, on November 19, as a part of a new strategy NATO said is meant to cut off the Taliban’s..
Source: Storyful Studio -

News video: U.S., Afghan forces strike Taliban opium factories

U.S., Afghan forces strike Taliban opium factories 01:10

U.S. and Afghan forces have launched joint attacks on Taliban opium factories to try to curb the insurgent group's economic lifeline. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Source: Reuters Studio -

News video: Taliban prisoners

Taliban prisoners

11/20/2017
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ICC requests permission to investigate US military personnel

Court’s prosecutor seeks authority to probe allegations of war crimes in Afghanistan
FT.com

Rescued U.S. hostage says captivity in Afghanistan ‘intolerable’ for her children

Pakistani troops rescued Caitlan Coleman Boyle, her husband and their three children five years after the couple was abducted
Globe and Mail Also reported by •Seattle Times

US And Afghan Forces Attack Opium Factories To Hinder Taliban Funds

us and afghan forces attack opium factories to hinder taliban funds
According to Afghan and American officials on Monday, U.S. and Afghan forces conducted joint operations on Taliban opium factories, in an attempt to halt the group’s economic lifeline, Reuters..
WorldNews

ICC seeks to investigate CIA, U.S. military for alleged war crimes

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has asked judges to authorize an investigation in Afghanistan of allegations of war crimes by the U.S. military and CIA, crimes against humanity by..
CBC.ca

International Criminal Court orders Afghanistan probe

international criminal court orders afghanistan probe
Fatou Bensouda, top prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, in the Netherlands, has asked for permission to probe war crimes allegedly committed by the US military and CIA.
MailOnline

ICC seeks investigation into US military, CIA personnel in Afghanistan war crime probe


FT.com

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