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Troops try to balance dual role

Militants flee Pakistan after cross-border attack

Al-Qaeda tries to carve out a war for itself in Syria

Jordanian jihadist killed in fighting in eastern Afghanistan

Abu Abdul Rahman al Aseer al Urduni was killed during recent fighting in Ghazni province, a known al Qaeda stronghold.

US, Pakistan to ink new deal on NATO supply routes

Mullah Omar could be Afghan president, Hamid Karzai says

Days after woman executed, Karzai asks Taliban to enter politics

Security forces killed 13 Taliban fighters. The Taliban killed a reporter and another man in Helmand. Sixteen Taliban fighters in Herat defected and joined the government.

Bin Laden loyalist transferred from Guantanamo to Sudan

Ibrahim-Ahmed-Mahmoud-al-Qosi.jpgIbrahim al Qosi served Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda for years in a variety of capacities. Leaked and declassified files portray him as an experienced combat veteran who fought in Chechnya and Afghanistan. As a courier, he may have delivered money to the operatives who attempted to kill Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in 1995.

ISAF asked to deploy local police to Nangarhar

Alleged Taliban Execution Shatters Image Of 'Taliban-Free' Province

NATO Hands Over Security Of North Afghan Region To Local Forces

Peace caravan travels to North Waziristan border

Afghan Exit More Costly, More Difficult Than Iraq: Pentagon

Attacks on Afghan Forces on the Rise: Azimi

New Great Game Being Played In Afghanistan, Without The US

Torkham border still bare of NATO supplies

Security forces captured two IMU leaders in Kunduz and killed 28 Taliban fighters. The Taliban killed three policemen in Nimroz and denied President Karzai's claim that the group joined a commission to discuss peace talks.

Special operations forces capture 2 IMU leaders in Afghan north

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leaders are Afghan nationals who were involved in suicide operations in Kunduz.

Battling IEDs has to be about more than money