Popalzai reported from Kabul. Military official told NBC News. Deploying to the same location with family, friends or spouses is fairly common nowadays. Eyewitnesses cited by tolo reported that multiple people had been wounded. An, australian woman was kidnapped November 5 by unknown gunmen in Kabul, Afghan police said. We will not be deterred in our mission to protect our homeland and help Afghanistan secure its own future.". Deploying to separate locations and flying on the same missions as your brother, well thats not common at all, but it happened.
Service members and one Polish soldier were injured in the blast at Bagram Airfield, Defense Secretary Ash Carter confirmed in a statement. Trump has vowed to "expand authority for American armed forces to target the terrorist and criminal networks that sow violence and chaos throughout Afghanistan" in a new push against the Taliban. Over 800 Georgian troops are currently serving as nato forces in Afghanistan. The Taliban responded to the leaflet by saying it showed America's "hatred" for Islam, and that it proves the war in the country is a "war between Islam and unbelief reuters reported. Locals move on and off the base in some contractor roles, she said. A suicide car bomb targeted the German Consulate in Afghanistan's northern Balkh province on Thursday, according to local police and officials. "Force protection is always a top priority for us in Afghanistan, and we will investigate this tragedy to determine any steps we can take to improve it he said. Foreign troops, especially US forces, apologize about such issues, but their cultural advisors must be very cautious and they should know that such incidents may provoke people on the local side, and also it may be utilized by terrorist groups like the Taliban and other. The Taliban claimed responsibility in a tweet praising the "strong attack" on Bagram Airfield. "We offer you our deepest condolences. No German diplomats were hurt. Craig Seals / Wikipedia.