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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.




Taliban behead 7 Pakistani soldiers: report

The Malakand Taliban, which are commanded by Mullah Fazlullah, reportedly crossed the border from Afghanistan and killed 17 Pakistani troops.


Pakistan says Afghan peace requires clarity from US, Taliban




Afghanistan - NSC wants borders effectively monitored




Delegation to Investigate Sar-e-Pul, Dostum Oil Dispute




US Protected by International Law in Attacking Insurgents: Afghan Analyst




The Interior Ministry said 20 Taliban fighters have been killed during operations. The Taliban killed two policemen in Nangarhar and an ISAF soldier in the south. Two ISAF soldiers and two Afghan civilians were killed in a road accident in Kandahar.




Recent Taliban attacks show increased targeting of civilians

Taliban fighters executed a fellow commander in Parwan province following accusations he had an "illicit relationship" with a local woman. In Nangarhar province, suspected insurgents detonated a music CD stall in Jalalabad City.


The Taliban killed five members of a policeman's family in Faryab, a district police chief and two policemen in Logar, two civilians in Nangarhar, and an ISAF soldier in the south. Security forces killed 11 Taliban fighters and detained 51 more. Ten insurgents reconciled in Herat. UNAMA is scaling back its operations.




Afghan officials report suspected poison attack in Sar-i-Pul




Reaction: Attack on Qargha Inhumane, Shows Taliban Weakness




Pentagon chief all but rules out apology for Pakistan




A five-man Taliban suicide assault team took control of a lakeside hotel in Kabul for 12 hours; the five Taliban fighters and 18 Afghans were killed during the attack. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in separate attacks in the south.




Talks on US forces' presence in Afghanistan soon: Sedney




Afghan soldiers retake Kabul hotel after Taliban assault

The Taliban took control of an upscale hotel at a lake on the outskirts of Kabul for 12 hours before Afghan commandos killed the members of the suicide assault team.


Gunmen seize control of lakeside hotel in Afghanistan




Not in US interests to cut off relations with Pakistan: Clinton




Karzai warns insurgent attacks on Afghan forces increasing




Pakistan - PM's disqualification delays signing of NATO supply deal


 
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