Richard Oppel

New York Times

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Reporter in Kabul, and former Baghdad Bureau chief, for the New York Times

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The chair of America's Joint Chiefs of Staff had to leave Afghanistan later than scheduled today.

Afghan Attack Hits Aircraft of Top US General

The chair of America's Joint Chiefs of Staff had to leave Afghanistan later than scheduled today.

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In June of last year, 28 American troops were killed in Afghanistan, the highest monthly total in eight years of war until now.  In the first three weeks of this month, 31 US soldiers…

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July is not over, but it's already the deadliest month for US troops in Afghanistan since the war began eight years ago.

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July is not over, but it's already the deadliest month for US troops in Afghanistan since the war began eight years ago.

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