After 13 years of war, Nato formally ended its combat operations in Afghanistan on Sunday, leaving the Afghan army and police in charge of security... “Our Afghan partners can and will take the fight from here,” said General John F Campbell, the commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) at a ceremony in the capital... Between 17,000 and 18,000 international troops will remain in Afghanistan after 2014, of which 12,000... will form part of the new Nato mission, named Resolute Support. An additional 5,500 US soldiers will perform different roles, including counterterrorism and logistical assistance.Did I say War camps? I meant Resolute Support camps.
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Sunday, December 28, 2014
War Is Over If You Spin It