National Security Blog Posts
U.S. soldiers attend to a wounded soldier at the site of a blast in Kabul, Afghanistan. At least 17 people were wounded in a suicide bomb attack on NATO troops as their truck convoy passed down the main road running between Kabul's airport and the U.
by My Pakistan on Jul 1, 2015
Members of parliament are evacuated after an attack on the Afghan parliament building in Kabul, Afghanistan. A Taliban suicide bomber and six gunmen attacked the Afghan parliament as lawmakers met to consider a new defense minister, and another distr...
by World Affairs on Jun 23, 2015
Tens of thousands of people march to parliament during an anti-austerity rally in London, Britain. Some seventy thousand anti-austerity marchers called for an end to government cuts.
by World Affairs on Jun 21, 2015
A girl, who sells water, closes her eyes as the wind blows her scarf at a cemetery in Kabul.
by World Affairs on Jun 16, 2015
Have to say when I came across this story, I found it hard to believe, but after doing just a small bit of research found it to be absolutely true.If you are female and you live in Indonesia and want to join the army, the Indonesian government demand...
by Stevetheblogger blogspot on May 16, 2015
Breaking news just in: In what is seen as a victory for people’s privacy rights in the United States, a US appeals court has deemed the bulk data collection of phone records by the National Security Agency, better known as the NSA as 'i...
by Stevetheblogger blogspot on May 7, 2015
Americans are waking up to news that the NSA headquarters located at Fort Meade, Maryland near Washington DC has been attacked. So far one person is dead and at least 2 have been injured.The gunmen or gunman is reported to have approached one of the...
by Stevetheblogger blogspot on Mar 30, 2015
Video documents testimonies of our gallant soldiers actively engaged in the fight to retake the northeast from the grips of the boko haram insurgents. Video starts with a gallant soldier PVT Jeremiah pledging to die fighting for the c...
by Enyiinaya Emma's Blog on Mar 15, 2015
This is to inform you that Nigerian military authorities on Monday started the trial of 22 soldiers in Lagos, for alleged negligence and complicity in the invasion of the 21 Artillery Brigade, Bama, by Boko Haram insurgents on September 2, 2014.A...
by Enyiinaya Emma's Blog on Mar 9, 2015
The former Delta militant leader made the post on his Facebook page.What's your thought???
by Enyiinaya Emma's Blog on Feb 22, 2015
Former President has unleashed another attacks on President Goodluck Jonathan, acussing him of playing politics of do-or-die like President of Côte d’Ivoire, Laurent Gbagbo and that Jonathan is afraid of being jailed by Buhari if he loses.Obasa...
by Enyiinaya Emma's Blog on Feb 15, 2015
A student works a computer that is projecting former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden as he appears live via video during a student organized world affairs conference at the Upper Canada College private high school in Toronto.
by My Pakistan on Feb 5, 2015
An Afghan woman wearing a burqa waits for transportation with her children on a cold day in Kabul.
by World Affairs on Jan 24, 2015
Kabul, Afghanistan - An internally displaced child washes her feet at a hand pump as she and others wait for their parents to collect food relief aid from the World Food Programme...
by World Affairs on Jan 14, 2015
U.S. General John Campbell (C), commander of NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), folds the flag of the ISAF during the change of mission ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan. The American-led coalition in Afghanistan officially ended i...
by World Affairs on Dec 30, 2014
Afghanistan - The longest war...
by World Affairs on Dec 14, 2014
A United Nations humanitarian coordinator says around 1.2 million children in Afghanistan are acutely malnourished, with half a million of those suffering from poor nutrition under the age of five.The UN Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan...
by World Affairs on Nov 27, 2014
President Barack Obama listens to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel after the president announced Hagel's resignation at the White House in Washington.
by World Affairs on Nov 25, 2014
Confiscated alcohol and drugs are seen burning in Kandahar in southern Afghanistan.
by World Affairs on Nov 15, 2014
The girl from HeratAfghan child Fatima, 8, (L) sits next to her disabled father Ab Zahir at their rented home in Herat.
by World Affairs on Nov 15, 2014