Just days away from midterm elections, WikiLeaks, the whistle-blower website, unveiled the largest classified military leak in history, relating to the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq.
A U.S. special forces massacre was covered up, says lead investigator.
Recent reports reveal that NATO has covered up a special forces massacre in Afghanistan -- and it's not the first time.
Four soldiers and a Calgary Herald journalist, Michelle Lang, died in an explosion Dec. 30 in Kandahar Province. How many more will die in 2010 to prop up President Karzai's narco-state?
Residents of Laghman province say that a NATO airstrike killed up to 15 civilians.
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Chancellor Keesling died in Iraq from "a non-combat related incident," according to the Pentagon. He was just one in what is a record year for suicides in the U.S. military.
Canadian forces shot two teenagers while a Dutch jet killed a family.
In Afghanistan the U.S. and allies are again faced with a people that have an endless capacity for casualties and a history of resisting foreign invasions. They are very unlikely to give up, ever.
On Oct. 7, the U.S. enters its ninth year of occupation of Afghanistan -- equal to the time the United States was involved in World War I, World War II and the Korean War combined.
Relatives of a soldier killed in Kandahar reveal the deceased's doubts about the war.