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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — President Hamid Karzai said Thursday the nation's military and police are ready and willing to take full responsibility for security in the country if the U.S.-led international coalition decides to speed up the handover to Afghan government forces.
One senior Afghan official calls his nation's 2014 presidential election his top security concern.
California Congressman Dana Rohrabacher says Karzai is a poor leader.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta promised an investigation to Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai
Hamid Karzai called a video that depicts Marines urinating on Taliban corpses "completely inhumane"
Secretary of State will press for security agreement to govern relations after American troops withdraw
Poppy profits are key to survival for many, including Taliban recruiters, so U.S. treads lightly.
Though it serves as a reminder of the challenges, it won't change Obama's timetable.
The Afghan president reacted to gruesome images published in Rolling Stone.
Gen. Petraeus says he was surprised by Karzai's recent criticism of U.S. military operations.