The War in Afghanistan (or the American war in Afghanistan) is the period in which the United States invaded Afghanistan after the September 11 attacks. Supported initially by close allies, they were later joined by NATO beginning in 2003. It followed the Afghan Civil War's 1996–2001 phase. Its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda and to deny it a safe base of operations in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power. Key allies, including the United Kingdom, supported the U.S. from the start to the end of the phase. This phase of the War is the longest war in United States history.
Afghanis-tan(あふがにすタン,Afuganisu-tan, see note on name below) or Afghanistan is a Japanese yonkomamanga, originally published as a webcomic, by Timaking (ちまきing). It is also the name of the heroine of the manga. The manga is nicknamed Afgan(あふがん,Afugan)
Text to Donate to provide relief to AfghanistanVerizon’s wireless customers can help with relief to those affected in Afghanistan through the International Rescue Committee, which offers people in Afghanistan shelter, education, clean water, health support and other aid.
Last night, late night television had the daunting task of taking on the news out of Afghanistan... “Why should our soldiers be fighting radicals in a civil war in Afghanistan? We’ve got our own on Capitol Hill." ... foreign-policy apparatus should not approach Afghanistan the same way I approach trying to install a wireless router,” Meyers said.
The appointments reflect Janus’ continued commitment to driving the growth of its Nokē division to leverage its first-mover advantage in a largely untapped market for smart facilities and wireless management technology ...Self has additionally spent extensive time working for the Department of Defense in Iraq, Afghanistan, Djibouti, Qatar, and Kuwait.
WATT), the developer of WattUp®, a revolutionary wireless charging 2.0 technology, announced that it has received regulatory approval for its WattUp NearField wireless charging technology in Japan. “Having secured regulatory approval for our WattUp wireless charging technology in Japan is a major regulatory milestone for Energous,” said Stephen R.
Almost all fixed-line services were destroyed during the war and most of the country's telecommunications services now depend on wireless or mobile networks. Despite this, telecoms networks cover over 90 per cent of the population in Afghanistan... However, Afghan Telecom will not be the first operator to offer 4G services in Afghanistan.