QUETTA, Pakistan - Gunmen armed with a rocket torched 29 NATO oil tankers in southwestern Pakistan before dawn Saturday, the latest attack on the supply line for international troops in Afghanistan since Pakistani authorities closed a key border crossing amid a dispute with the United States.
WASHINGTON - The State Department's inspector general said Friday that bomb-sniffing dogs in Afghanistan and Iraq aren't being tested properly and may not be able to effectively detect explosives.
HAMBURG, Germany - The Islamic militant whose disclosures under U.S.
WROCLAW, Poland - An al-Qaida-linked plot that triggered this week's U.S.
KABUL, Afghanistan - A massive explosion at a mosque in northern Afghanistan killed and wounded many people during Friday prayers, an Afghan governor said.
- 6 Afghan militiamen killed in NATO chopper strike
- Pakistan probes video of apparent army executions
- Kyrgyz candidate warns of rent hike for US base
- Pakistan doesn't reopen border despite US apology
- Taliban commander, 7 others killed in NATO attack
- Taliban leader, 7 others killed in NATO attack
- US apologizes for attack on Pakistani soldiers
- White House voices support for talks with Taliban
- Turkmen activist allowed into human rights meeting
- 25 NATO fuel tankers attacked in Pakistan
- Medal of Honor to Green Beret killed in Afghan war
- 12 NATO fuel tankers attacked in Pakistan
- Police say NATO supplies torched again in Pakistan
- Police: Gunmen burn 4 NATO oil tankers in Pakistan
- Pentagon says 100 insurgents killed near border
- Turkmen activists barred from human rights meeting
- Small bomb damages NATO oil tanker in NW Pakistan
- Gunmen burn 2 more NATO supply trucks in Pakistan
- Taliban attacks NATO supply trucks in Pakistan
- Key NATO supply route hit again in Pakistan
- Pakistan: Key NATO supply route to reopen soon
- Pakistan: Key NATO supply route could reopen soon
- 3 killed in Pakistan following US missile strikes
- Karzai gives pep speech to Afghan security forces
- Joint Chiefs head says Pakistan rift can be fixed
- Adm. Mullen thinks Pakistan rift can be fixed
- NATO convoys attacked in Pakistan
- Second attack on NATO convoy in Pakistan
- Dozens of NATO oil tankers attacked in Pakistan
- US military deaths in Afghanistan at 1,207
- AP names Quinn Afghanistan-Pakistan news director
- AP Interview: Interpol head warns of Somali threat
- Officials: Pakistan blocks NATO supply trucks
- Officials: NATO chopper kills 3 Pakistan troops
- Pakistan officials: NATO helicopter kills 3 troops