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OTTAWA - Canadian troops will begin a phased withdrawal from Afghanistan next month, leaving fewer than 100 soldiers on the
The death of Haji Sayed Fazluddin Agha as the victim of a suicide bombing last week could have more impact on U.S. efforts to keep a lid on Kandahar than just about anything else since the surge.
I was standing in the marble, columned portico of the Kandahar governor's palace when three rough-looking characters made their way across the neatly manicured lawn. These guys had the look, if there is any such thing as a Taliban look...
OTTAWA - The Maple Leaf flag was hauled down for the last time in Kandahar on Thursday. The quiet ceremony at Kandahar Airfield
OTTAWA - Canada's withdrawal of troops and equipment from Kandahar is being complicated by the closure of the Pakistan border
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan - Memorials to Canada's war dead are coming home. Soldiers at Kandahar Airfield are taking apart the
For years, Canadians have been puzzled by government statements about our real role in the Afghanistan war. So it's no wonder
It sometimes feels as if our distant war in Afghanistan never really happened, so rarely is it analyzed or discussed any
TORONTO - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's office was so seized with controlling public opinion of Canada's shooting war in
OTTAWA - The Canadian air wing in Kandahar, considered one of those incalculable intangibles of war and a unit whose presence