Trump Administration Expected To Release New Afghan Strategy

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Evaluating Afghanistan As More Troops Expected

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U.S. Prepares To Send Thousands More Troops To Afghanistan

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Journalists David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamanna were killed on the road to Marjah, Afghanistan, last year during a reporting trip. Isabel Seliger for NPR hide caption

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Not A Random Attack: New Details Emerge From Investigation Of Slain NPR Journalists

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The death toll from Wednesday's bomb attack in Kabul has risen to more than 150, according to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. He spoke at an international peace conference Tuesday in the Afghan capital. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images/Office of Press Counselor of Afghanistan Presidency hide caption

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Protesters throw stones at security forces during a demonstration in Kabul on Friday. Several demonstrators were killed during clashes with Afghan law enforcement after gathering to protest the security situation in the capital after Wednesday's deadly bombing. Massoud Hossaini/AP hide caption

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After Massive Bombing, Looking At The U.S. Strategy In Afghanistan

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An Afghan Company's CEO On The Country's Future

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Kabul Car Bomb Explosion Kills At Least 80, Wounds Hundreds

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Massive Bomb Blast Reverberates Across Afghan Capital Kabul

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Rush Hour Bombing Kills Scores And Injures Hundreds In Kabul

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Security forces inspect the site of a massive explosion in a busy area not far from the German Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Wednesday. Rahmat Gul/AP hide caption

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Kabul Truck Bomb Kills At Least 80 People, Injures Hundreds More

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A memorial outside Jones' congressional office includes 568 pictures of Marines from Camp Lejeune — which is in Jones' district — who were killed in Iraq or Afghanistan. Susan Davis/NPR hide caption

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'Asking God To Forgive Me': N.C. Lawmaker Seeks Redemption For War Votes

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Afghan warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar speaks in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday. A prominent figure for decades in Afghanistan's war, Hekmatyar, 69, was known as the "Butcher of Kabul" when his forces rocketed the city in the 1990s. He made peace with the government and President Ashraf Ghani welcomed him back to the capital on Thursday. Mohammad Anwar Danishyar/AP hide caption

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The 'Butcher Of Kabul' Is Welcomed Back In Kabul

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Security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan. A deputy spokesman for the Interior Ministry said the target of the blast was a convoy of foreign forces. Massoud Hossaini/AP hide caption

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On August 8, 2016, a suicide bomber killed 74 people and wounded 112 others at a government-run hospital in Quetta, Pakistan. Arshad Butt/AP hide caption

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Report: Health Workers Attacked In 23 Countries Last Year

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In 'Anatomy Of Terror,' Former FBI Agent Outlines How Terror Groups Stay Resilient

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