Mark Laity

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Spokesman for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, based in Kabul, Afghanistan

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Hundreds of escaped prisoners and other Taliban militants are said to be dug in a few miles from Afghanistan’s second largest city.

The Taliban in Afghanistan: Back with a Vengeance

Hundreds of escaped prisoners and other Taliban militants are said to be dug in a few miles from Afghanistan’s second largest city.

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The  North Atlantic Treaty Organization  alliance was formed 59 years ago after the end of World War II.  Its mission is often described as avoiding World War III by keeping the…

The NATO Summit in Bucharest

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization alliance was formed 59 years ago after the end of World War II.  Its mission is often described as avoiding World War III by keeping the…

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Poland will send another 1,000 soldiers to  Afghanistan, where NATO commanders  have asked for more troops to face the Taliban's brutal resurgence.  But, while the need on the ground…

Can NATO Hold Off the Taliban in Afghanistan?

Poland will send another 1,000 soldiers to Afghanistan, where NATO commanders have asked for more troops to face the Taliban's brutal resurgence.  But, while the need on the ground…

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