Forget protests: NATO summit's problem is Afghanistan


The same day that President Obama — as well as a gamut of other world leaders — are slated to arrive in Chicago for the NATO summit, protesters marched to Mayor Rahm Emanuel's North Side neighborhood. The rally, which

Two events on Sunday, the sale of a Tyrannosaurus skeleton and a NATO summit in Chicago, promise to raise the global profile Mongolia. Read more

By ALI SAFI AND JON STEPHENSON KABUL, Afghanistan — As NATO leaders prepared for a two-day summit in Chicago to plot their armed forces' exit from Afghanistan in less than two years, a suicide bomber on Saturday detonated his explosive vest at a

WASHINGTON — When NATO nations meet in Chicago on Sunday, one question will top the agenda: What happens in Afghanistan when US combat troops leave? To be sure, some troops from NATO countries, led by the United States, will likely stay behind after

By Howard LaFranchi, Staff writer / May 19, 2012 A British military official with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force adjusts his helmet, as a NATO helicopter lands at the Provincial Reconstruction Team compound in Helmand Province

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