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Taliban Militants Murder Australian on Bus

Taliban Militants Murder Australian on Bus

An Australian man travelling on a bus has been murdered by Taliban militants in Afghanistan. Sayed Habib Musawi, an Afghan-Australian dual citizen, was allegedly pulled off a bus by members of the Middle-Eastern extremist group. His body was later found by the side of the road. According to reports, Musawi was the only passenger to […]

Taliban Allegedly Attacked and Beheaded 12 Civilians

Taliban Allegedly Attacked and Beheaded 12 Civilians

On Friday, Sept. 26, reports had surfaced that Taliban fighters allegedly attacked and beheaded 12 civilians in the Ghazni Province of Afghanistan. About 100 people may have died just in the past week. According to a report by Business Insider, the deputy governor of Ghazni, Mohammad Ali Ahmadi had stated militant fighters “beheaded 12 civilians […]

Taliban May Have Attacked Facilities in Afghanistan

Taliban May Have Attacked Facilities in Afghanistan

The Taliban may have attacked facilities in Afghanistan in separate events which killed about 46 people, including 13 suicide bombers, and injured over 150. The latest incident happened early on Thursday in Ghazni City when a truck filled with explosives was detonated by a suicide bomber. The incident occurred at a regional headquarters facility for the […]

Red Cross Faces International Challenges

Red Cross Faces International Challenges

Red Cross and its efforts to assist humanity often means that the organization faces serious international challenges. Despite their record of helping any nation or group during times of need, the staff of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) staff often find themselves in danger. Just days ago, five Red Cross staff members […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 6, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 6, 2014

The world news daily digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for August 6, 2014 covers a story regarding the relations between Canada and China, a cease-fire in the Gaza Strip enters its second day. Meanwhile a United States general is killed in Afghanistan. Two Canadian Citizens are Investigated in China Over Spying Allegations A Canadian couple has […]

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Left to Fend for Themselves

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Left to Fend for Themselves

The Iraq War officially ended for the U.S. in December of 2011, when President Obama sent the last batch of American troops home. However, despite the president’s campaign promises to send the troops home, they are still very much at war in Afghanistan, and each time the issue comes up it seems their trip home […]

John Kerry Struggles in Afghanistan

John Kerry Struggles in Afghanistan

US Secretary of State John Kerry struggled to end Afghanistan’s election emergency on Saturday during his second day of meetings with the country’s President Hamid Karzai and the two presidential candidates, Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani. The crisis arose after preliminary results of a June 14 runoff election put Ghani ahead of Abdullah by one […]

United States Repeats Mistakes of Iraq in Afghanistan

United States Repeats Mistakes of Iraq in Afghanistan

As Iraq slowly inches towards self-destruction, politicians and historians are contemplating what went wrong. As the military of the United States dominates other countries, it becomes of utmost importance to understand these mistakes. As Afghanistan awaits the results of the election, the presence of U.S. military in the country is questioned. Many fear that the […]

Afghanistan Facing Unusual Immigration From Pakistan

Afghanistan Facing Unusual Immigration From Pakistan

Recent skirmishes between the Pakistani government forces and the Taliban fighters have been driving endangered civilians to seek shelter in the neighboring country. The new immigration that Afghanistan is facing from Pakistan is rather unusual, given the movement trends normally occurred the other way around in the past. The number of fleeing families is not yet huge and the local […]

Bowe Bergdahl Exchange for Five Taliban Detainees Outrages Congress

Bowe Bergdahl Exchange for Five Taliban Detainees Outrages Congress

The release of five detainees tied to the Taliban, in exchange for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, has caused outrage in Congress at the attitude of the Obama Administration. In a 90 second proof of life video shown to the Senate on Wednesday, Bergdahl was seen to be hardly responsive, and many Senators thought he looked […]

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