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Troop immunity likely to be focus of US, Afghanistan deal




Presence of Taliban sanctuaries in Afghanistan beyond explanation: Rehman




Security forces killed 12 Taliban fighters in Uruzgan; the Taliban denied the report. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in the east.




Afghan MOD Dismisses Pakistan's Insistence on Afghan-grown Insurgency




Pakistan's Fazlullah re-emerges as a security threat




TTP admits to having safe haven in Afghanistan




Gen Allen-Gen Kayani meeting: Washington offers joint offensive against TTP




Afghan officials said that 71 Taliban fighters and five policemen were killed during fighting throughout the country. A separate report claimed that 10 policemen were killed in Helmand, Herat, and Kunduz.




HIA, Taliban, peace council meet in Japan




Afghanistan Threatens Action Over Shelling in Kunar




Taliban approve of Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood's presidential victory




Russian heartland fears NATO transit




US for increased Pak-Afghan cooperation against cross-border terrorism -




Afghans flee shelling from Pakistan: officials, witnesses




US drone strike kills 5 'militants' in North Waziristan

The strike took place in the Shawal Valley, a known haven for al Qaeda and the Taliban.


ISAF airstrike kills 'insurgent leader' linked to al Qaeda, Taliban

Musa supported both al Qaeda and the Taliban in the Waygal district in Nuristan. The airstrike also killed "numerous other insurgents."


Afghanistan Insurgents Step Up Attacks, Coalition Says




US Sent Afghanistan Surge Troops 'To Wrong Province', Book Claims




Another 'good Taliban' commander ends polio vaccinations

Mullah Nazir said the vaccination program is being used by the US to gather intelligence and conduct drone strikes in the tribal areas. He follows Hafiz Gul Bahadar, who shut down the program in North Waziristan two weeks ago.


Six policemen and five Taliban fighters were killed during clashes in Uruzgan. ISAF killed five Taliban commanders in an airstrike in Nuristan. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the west. The Taliban again poisoned more than 100 schoolgirls in Sar-i-Pul.


 
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