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3,500 more US troops headed to Afghanistan
A U.S. official has confirmed that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis authorized about 3,500 additional troops to deploy to Afghanistan as part of the troop buildup associated with President Trump's South Asia Strategy.
World leaders react to North Korean hydrogen bomb test
China opposes and strongly condemns it; other countries calling for sanctions and immediate dialogues and negotiations as necessary.
U.S. now has 11,000 troops in Afghanistan
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Trump and Mattis seemingly at odds over North Korea and transgender military ban
The president and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis offer differing statements on North Korea and the military transgender ban.
Trump calls for unity at American Legion after fiery Phoenix rally
ABC News' political team recaps Trump's comments and the latest on the USS McCain.
Trump's strategy on the war in Afghanistan
With this new strategy, the administration is not revealing how many additional troops could be sent.
Trump commits more troops to Afghanistan
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addresses Trump's Afghanistan strategy in State Department briefing.
Trump unveils his policy for US presence in Afghanistan
The president announced his strategy for the U.S. military in Afghanistan but avoided mentioning a specific troop-level increase, saying, "America's enemies must never know our plans or believe they can wait us out."
Trump announces US troop increase in Afghanistan
The president unveiled his administration's strategy for what has become the longest war in U.S. history.
Trump reveals new Afghanistan strategy
The president did not confirm if more troops would be sent, but said the strategy is not "aimed at nation-building, but killing terrorists."