The Senate voted Tuesday to end discussion on the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act, moving the bill one step closer to a final vote.
The top US commander in Afghanistan told Congress he has provided options to
President Obama for the US presence in Afghanistan after 2015, and said
he believes a change to the current drawdown plan is necessary.
In the wake of a US airstrike in Afghanistan on
Saturday that devastated a Doctors Without Borders hospital, killing 22
people, the commander of US forces in Afghanistan told Congress he has
ordered “the entire force to undergo in-depth training in order to
review all of our operational authorities and rules of engagement.”
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