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- Pakistan: Polio Outbreak - 2014-2017
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I am pleased to submit this quarter’s report on the status of the U.S. reconstruction effort in Afghanistan. This is my fourth quarterly report and marks the first year anniversary of my appointment by President Obama.
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This is an IC-coordinated paper.
By Lisa Daniel
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, May 3, 2011 – Last year’s surge of U.S. and coalition forces into Afghanistan, with the simultaneous growth of Afghan forces, is leading to tangible progress for peace and prosperity in Afghanistan, according to a biannual Defense Department report released last week.
Office of the Press Secretary
President Obama spoke with President Karzai yesterday via video teleconference. The two leaders spoke for approximately one hour and discussed a number of topics, including the beginning of transition to Afghan security lead, the renewal of the U.S.-Afghanistan Strategic Partnership Declaration, and the beginning of U.S. troop reductions in July.
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ONE HUNDRED TWELFTH CONGRESS
FEBRUARY 22, 2011
Water scarcity is often overlooked, underfunded, and undervalued within foreign policy.
Donation Part of Continuing Support for Flood Relief and Recovery
December 20, 2010
Islamabad - More than 1,500 Lady Health Workers who work in areas in Punjab and Sindh provinces affected by the floods will receive kits of basic equipment to assist them as they offer vital health care services to families in their communities. This donation is part of the United States' continuing support for Pakistan's flood relief and recovery efforts.
The kits were donated by the U.S.
"Our overarching goal remains the same: to disrupt, dismantle, and defeat al-Qa'ida in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and to prevent its capacity to threaten America and our allies in the future."
- President Barack Obama, West Point, December 1, 2009
The core goal of the U.S.
By Jim Garamone
U.S. troops supporting the humanitarian relief effort to flood-stricken Pakistan ended their mission today.
Pakistani officials hosted a ceremony marking the occasion in Islamabad, the country's capital.
At the end of operations, 18 U.S. military helicopters and about 350 U.S. servicemembers were conducting airlift missions.
"This was not the beginning, and it was not the end. This is a continuation of the U.S.-Pakistan relationship," said Lt. Gen.
By Air Force Staff Sgt. Kali Gradishar
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
New York, NY
From a U.S. Central Command News Release
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Sept. 13, 2010 - U.S. military aircraft supporting Pakistan's flood relief efforts achieved a significant milestone Sept. 11, exceeding 5 million pounds of relief supplies delivered since U.S. military relief flight operations in Pakistan began Aug. 5.
To date, U.S.
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Presidential Determination No. 2010-14
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, including section 2(c)(1) of the Migration and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962 (the "Act"), as amended (22 U.S.C.
By Army Master Sgt. Mark Swart
Joint Public Affairs Support Element
GHAZI AVIATION BASE, Pakistan, Sept. 2, 2010 - The U.S. military is boosting its flood-relief capabilities to Pakistan by deploying more aircraft and increasing the number of aid distribution stations in the flood-stricken nation, the Pakistan aid task force commander said here yesterday.
"We are on the verge of making a substantial change in the composition of our aviation task force," said Army Brig. Gen.