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Trump, frustrated by Afghan war, suggests firing US commander: officials

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump's doubts about the war in Afghanistan has led to a delay in completing a new US strategy in South Asia, skepticism that included a suggestion that the US military commander in the region be fired, US officials said on Wednesday. During a July 19 meeting in the White House Situation Room, Trump demanded that his top national security aides provide more information on what one official called "the end-state" in a country where the United States has spent 16 years fighting against the…

Army chief seeks Afghan help in bringing Charsadda attack culprits to justice

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Thursday held a telephonic conversation with top Afghan leadership and Commander of Resolute Support Mission and US Forces-Afghanistan, General John F. Campbell and asked for their cooperation in locating and targeting those responsible for Charsadda university attack, said the ISPR.