07 March 2015

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US signals likely delay in troop exit from Afghanistan

US signals likely delay in troop exit from AfghanistanKabul: President Barack Obama´s new Pentagon chief said Saturday the United States was seriously considering slowing the pace of a troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, as the country battles a resilient Taliban insurgency.US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter´s comments in Kabul offered the clearest sign yet that Washington was ready to delay the closure of some bases and retain more troops after appeals by Afghanistan´s new President Ashraf Ghani and advice from

Australia prepares for floods in aftermath of major cyclones

ROCKHAMPTON, Australia: Australia braced on Saturday for heavy rains and floods after weather authorities downgraded two cyclones that lashed its north and northeast, damaging homes and snapping power links, but there were no reports of casualties.Troops were on standby to help with clean-up efforts in the northeastern state of Queensland after heavy rains and winds in excess of 200 kph (125 mph) brought by Cyclone Marcia on Friday.Weather authorities warned of

Afghan president salutes Pakistan peace efforts

Afghan president salutes Pakistan peace effortsKABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Friday saluted neighbouring Pakistan´s cooperation as Kabul seeks to lay the groundwork for peace with Taliban insurgents, the latest sign of improving ties between the two nations.Afghanistan "appreciates Pakistan´s recent efforts in paving the ground for peace and reconciliation", Ghani said in a statement. "We welcome the recent position Pakistan has taken in pronouncing Afghanistan´s enemy as

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