March 13, 2013
Green-On-Blue, Fade To Black: Are Insider Attacks Drawing Down In Afghanistan?
International Business Times | | March 12 2013 2:55 PM | It has been more than a decade since U.S. and allied troops rolled into Afghanistan to battle insurgents linked to al-Qaeda. Violence is still rampant in the South Asian country of 35 million; ethnic divisions, political corruption and a still-active insurgency continue to threaten civilians’ safety. But a planned drawdown will have nearly all foreign forces out of the war-torn country by the end of next year. (READ MORE)