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US troops repel suicide assault on base in eastern Afghanistan

"Some insurgents were able to get inside the perimeter" of Forward Operating Base Salerno, "but they were neutralized," a US military spokesman told LWJ.


Afghan Air Force needs modern equipment: Karimi




US Liaisons Restored To Outpost In Pakistan




Hamid Karzai: America could have done better in Afghanistan




A suicide bomber killed five policemen in Nangarhar. Eight policemen and six Taliban fighters were killed in Badakhshan, eight Taliban fighters were killed in Kandahar and six more were killed in Faryab, two Afghan soldiers were killed in Herat, two policemen were killed in Nangarhar, and two ISAF soldiers were killed in the south. The Taliban executed three tribal leaders in Ghazni.




General restricts war-zone photography




IMU eulogizes military commander, media operative

mansoor-abbos.jpgCommander Abbos Mansoor was named the military emir of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan just days before he was killed in a drone strike, while Abdul Aziz served as a combat cameraman and producer for Jundallah Studio.


Australia takes lead in Afghanistan's Uruzgan




6 Million Afghan Children Facing Major Threats




Afghanistan - Rebel sympathisers exist in Zabul civil depts: police




Pakistani Taliban vows to kill bin Laden doctor




As Bagram Detainees Are Transferred, US Keeps Its Grip




US military trainers trickle back into Pakistan




System Tests Afghan Graduates' Resistance To Radicalism




The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in separate attacks in the south. The Taliban also denied rumors that Jalaluddin Haqqani died of kidney failure.




Taliban Establishing North Afghanistan Bases to Fight Beyond 2014: Dostum




A Maze of Complication in the Afghan Poppy Fields




Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan Falling in 2012, UN Says




ISAF confirmed it killed Sakhr al Taifi, a Saudi who served as al Qaeda's second in command in Afghanistan, in Sunday's airstrike in Kunar. The Taliban killed four policemen and a former Taliban commander who had become a police chief in Baghlan, and five soldiers in separate attacks. Two Taliban fighters were killed when their car exploded in Nangarhar.




US Came to Lead the Region, Not Beat the Taliban: Hizb-e-Islami


 
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