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Taliban urges Trump to withdraw from Afghanistan

Taliban urges Trump. The Afghan Taliban has sent an “open letter” to President Donald Trump, calling on the United States to leave Kabul rather than increase the number of troops to end America’s longest war of 17 years in Afghanistan. Through a letter, Taliban militants has urged Trump to interact with Afghans “generously” instead of

Pilots report oxygen problems; Air Force cancels some F-35 flights

Pilots report oxygen problems; Air Force cancels some F-35 flights

Pilots report oxygen problems; Air Force cancels some F-35 flights . All pilots were able to land their aircraft safely by using the aircraft’s backup oxygen system. Pilots will also be briefed on all the incidents that have occurred and the successful actions taken by the pilots to safely recover their aircraft. The 56th Fighter

Laden's wife opened the secret of his last night

Laden’s wife opened the secret of his last night

Laden’s wife opened the secret of his last night London – The second name of the horror on the night of 2011, the then chief of al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden was killed. But for the first time Laden’s wife told that night’s horror. Laden’s fourth wife, Amal, told to Skyrock Clark and Edin Levi for

Sikhs planning join US Army new rule 

More Sikhs now planning to join US Army after new rule 

  Washington: Sikhs in America are now planning to join the US Army in large numbers after it issues a new regulation on religious liberty to accommodate people who sport turbans and beards for religious reasons. In a significant move to enable all religious minorities in America, including the Sikhs, the US Army last week

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US Army to let Sikhs wear turbans, karas, keep beards

New York:  In another milestone for Sikhs, US Army commanders have been ordered to allow those of the faith to wear turbans, karas and keep their beards. Army Secretary Eric Fanning on Wednesday signed the order that said: “The soldier’s brigade-level commander will approve a request for a religious accommodation” by Sikhs. Till now Sikhs

Sikh US army veteran stands out in pink turban at Democratic convention

Philadelphia (USA): An Indian American, Major Kamaljeet Singh Kalsi, stood out in his pink turban among a group of US military veterans at the Democratic National Convention stage to root for Hillary Clinton as the party’s presidential nominee. Kalsi was accompanied by retired General John Allen on stage along with a group of military veterans