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The old saying "It takes two to tango" is as valid regarding corruption as it is for ballroom dancing. That makes the Special Inspector General... [Read More]
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Associated Press/Allauddin Khan The government of Afghanistan lost almost 15 percent of its territory last year, as Taliban insurgents continued to launch attacks amid declines... [Read More]
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In his first report to the new Trump administration, a U.S. watchdog that monitors billions of dollars in aid to Afghanistan issued a bleak progress... [Read More]
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A U.S. watchdog has issued a bleak report, its first to the Trump administration, saying the Afghan government controls barely half the country, its security... [Read More]
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Ocwen Financial Group long has been a punching bag for regulators, and the West Palm Beach-based loan servicer finds itself taken to task again in... [Read More]
(Fox News) The U.S. government is paying the salaries of "tens of thousands" of non-existent Afghan soldiers, police, teachers and civil servants, a top Pentagon... [Read More]
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US Special Inspector General for Reconstruction of Afghanistan (SIGAR) reports territory under Afghan government diminished significantly in 2016 and that Taliban made large gains... [Read More]
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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction said that US Government is paying salaries to tens of thousands of Afghan soldier that in reality do not... [Read More]
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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction John Sopko unveiled an updated version of SIGAR's "High-Risk List" on Wednesday to highlight areas of which the new... [Read More]
A U.S. report says that Afghanistan needs a stable security environment to prevent it from again becoming a safe haven for al-Qaida and other militants.... [Read More]
The Afghan government has been struggling to expand opportunities for women in the workforce, but that effort has been hampered by conservative customs about the... [Read More]
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