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Afghan War Casualty Report: August 9-15

The following report compiles all significant security incidents confirmed by New York Times reporters throughout Afghanistan…

U.S. Seeks to Reassure Afghan Military Amid Uncertainty Over a Peace Deal

KABUL, Afghanistan — The top American commander in Afghanistan sought to reassure Afghan forces on Thursday…

Defiant Former Blackwater Contractor Again Sentenced to Life

WASHINGTON — Shortly before a federal judge sentenced him to life in prison on Wednesday for…

Car Bomb Kills 3 U.N. Staff Members Outside a Benghazi Mall

BENGHAZI, Libya — At least three United Nations staff members were killed in Libya after a…

U.N. Sounds Alarm Over Killings in Idlib as Syria Cease-Fire Collapses

GENEVA — A week after Syria’s government agreed to a cease-fire with rebel groups affecting the…

Afghan War Casualty Report: August 2-8

The following report compiles all significant security incidents confirmed by New York Times reporters throughout Afghanistan…

‘It’s Like a Nightmare’: For Bombing Survivors, Anguish That Won’t Stop

GHAZNI, Afghanistan — Every night, Hamdullah Hemat gulps down a 500-milligram prescription sleeping pill. He is…

Afghan War Casualty Report: July 25-Aug. 1

The following report compiles all significant security incidents confirmed by New York Times reporters throughout Afghanistan…

34 Afghan Civilians Killed as Bus Hits Roadside Bomb

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — A civilian bus in western Afghanistan hit a roadside bomb early Wednesday, leaving…

Afghan and U.S. Forces Blamed for Killing More Civilians This Year Than Taliban Have

KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghan security forces and their American-led international allies have killed more civilians so…

Attack Outside Funeral in Nigeria Leaves at Least 65 Dead

An attack on villagers leaving a funeral in Nigeria over the weekend left at least 65…

Afghan War Casualty War: July 19-25

The following report compiles all significant security incidents confirmed by New York Times reporters throughout Afghanistan…

Suicide Bombing at University Kills 10 as Violence Surges in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan — As law students waited outside Kabul University to take fourth-year exams shortly after…

Afghan War Casualty Report: July 12-18

The following report compiles all significant security incidents confirmed by New York Times reporters throughout Afghanistan…

Yemen Has Been Prince Mohammed’s War. Now It’s His Quagmire.

From the beginning of Saudi Arabia’s intervention in Yemen, it was Prince Mohammed’s war. Prince Mohammed…