Fort Carson soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says - KOAA.com | Continuous News | Colorado Springs and Pueblo - KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

The Defense Department has identified two soldiers killed in Afghanistan as members of the 10th Special Forces Group at Fort Carson, Colorado. The military said Friday that 30-year-old Capt. Andrew D. Byers of Rolesville, North Carolina, and 34-year ...

Battles of Kunduz: US/Afghan “Friendly Fire” - Dissident Voice

The first “Battle of Kunduz” took place from April to October 2015 for control of the city, where Taliban forces were playing cat and mouse for months and finally overran the city, forcing government forces to flee. The capture marked the first time ...

Two US soldiers killed, two injured in Afghanistan - Press TV

Medics carry a stretcher with a seriously wounded US soldier in Afghanistan. (File photo by AFP). Two US soldiers have been killed and two others injured in operations against the Taliban militant group around the northern city of Kunduz in Afghanistan ...

Trump and Clinton have been largely silent on America's longest ongoing war - PBS NewsHour

A U.S. Marine from the First Battalion Eighth Marines Alpha Company looks out as an evening storm gathers above an outpost near Kunjak in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province. Photo by Finbarr O'Reilly/Reuters. WASHINGTON — Donald Trump and ...

NATO and government forces are increasingly responsible for Afghan civilian deaths - Washington Post

This year is well on its way to be the deadliest for Afghan civilians since the United Nations mission there began documenting those numbers seven years ago. An incident Thursday is a particularly tragic example of how more and more of those deaths are ...

Dozens of Afghan civilians, two US service members killed in clashes in north - Reuters

KUNDUZ, Afghanistan Dozens of Afghan civilians were killed on Thursday in air strikes called in when U.S. and local troops came under heavy fire during an operation in the north of the country in which two American service members also died. Afghan ...

Two US service members killed in Afghanistan - SOFREP (press release) (subscription)

Two US service members have been killed and an additional four were wounded while assisting Afghan security forces in Kunduz, Afghanistan. The names of the service members have not been released yet, pending the notification of their families.

2 US troops killed fighting Taliban in Afghanistan; civilians hit by airstrike - Washington Post

KABUL — At least 26 Afghan civilians were killed and many others injured in airstrikes early Thursday while NATO and Afghan forces were battling Taliban fighters in northern Kunduz province, Afghan officials and witnesses said. Two American service ...

Deadly Air Strike Prompts Angry Protests In Afghanistan - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Afghan officials say at least 30 civilians, including women and children, have been killed and dozens more wounded in an air strike in the country's north. Grim protests erupted in Kunduz after the November 3 bombing on the outskirts of the city, with ...

240 dead in shipwrecks - Castanet.net

Survivors say as many as 240 people have died in two shipwrecks off Libya, the U.N. refugee agency reported Thursday, bringing this year's toll to more than 4,220 migrants dead or missing in risky Mediterranean Sea crossings, the highest count on record.