Gen. Nicholson says a U.S. special forces soldier was severely wounded today in Sangin, Helmand province.

NATO has shortfall of troops in Afghanistan: US general "Very concerned" about losses being suffered by Afghan forces, Gen Nicholson says, keeping Afghan forces below full authorized strength "I believe we're in a stalemate" @ResoluteSupport Cmdr Gen John Nicholson tells Senate Armed Services Committee re Afghanistan Taliban Gen. N: We have an exceptional partnership with President Ghani, Chief Executive Abdullah, the security forces and people of AfghanistanGen. N: Pres Ghani is making bold reforms and implementing anti-corruption measures to professionalize & improve the AFG security forcesNicholson: The Government of Afghanistan is committed to achieving peace through reconciliationNicholson: The Afghan people have confidence in their security services and they do not want the Taliban to returNicholson: At the Warsaw Summit last July, @NATO reaffirmed its commitment to sustain the ANDSF for four more years through 2020Nicholson: The 17,000-strong AFG Special Forces are the best in the region. They operate independently on roughly 80% of their missionsGeh. Nicholson, Commander of Resolute Support: I would like to start by honoring the sacrifices of the menand women who served in Afghanistan and to those deployed there Nicholson: I want to acknowledge the brave men and women of the ANDSF and the people of AFG fighting for a secure and stable countryMcCain: Numerous terrorist groups operate in Pakistan and attack US soldiers in neighboring AfghanistanJohn McCain: Taliban, Al-Qaeda operatives still active, Taliban want to gain grounds in Afghanistan, Afghans are in the fightThe International Red Cross and Red Crescent has partially suspended work in Afghanistan after six of its staff were shot dead. ICRC Director-General Yves Daccord speaks out after the killing of 6 ICRC staff members in Jawzan, Afghanistan this afternoonRed Cross says six staff killed, two missing in AfghanistanSix Red Cross workers killed by ISIS in northern Afghanistan ICRC Afghanistan confirmed on their twitter page 6 ICRC staff were killed and 2 are missing in Jawzjan province, AfghanistanTwo truck drivers killed in Taliban ambush in JawzjanISIS fighters held from Peshawar hospital, returned to Afghanistan: Pakistan officailsU.S Defense Chief calls Afghan President Ghani after atack in KabulDeath toll in Supreme Court in Kabul explosion rises to 21, including 9 women12 children die in Kabul’s cold weather in a weekMajority of Supreme Court explosion in Kabul casualties are civiliansOfficials have confirmed 20 killed and over 40 wounded in today's blast Afghanistan Supreme CourtGhani condemns Supreme court suicide bombing in KabulPolice at the blast site in Kabul: according to AFP at least 19 people were dead and 41 woundedSuicide bomber kills at least 19 and injures 41 others at Afghanistan's Supreme Court in Kabul20 dead, 38 wounded in Kabul Supreme CourtPolice rush to the scene of today’s suicide bombing at the Supreme Court in Macroryan in Kabul City

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19 February 2017
ICRC Director-General Yves Daccord speaks out after the killing of 6 ICRC staff members in Jawzan, Afghanistan this afternoon
Two truck drivers killed in Taliban ambush in Jawzjan
12 children die in Kabul’s cold weather in a week
Ghani condemns Supreme court suicide bombing in Kabul
Police at the blast site in Kabul: according to AFP at least 19 people were dead and 41 wounded
20 dead, 38 wounded in Kabul Supreme Court
Police rush to the scene of today’s suicide bombing at the Supreme Court in Macroryan in Kabul City