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ISAF kills IMU, al Qaeda-linked Taliban commanders in airstrikes

The Taliban commanders killed in Nangarhar "facilitated the movement of foreign fighters across the border from Pakistan into Afghanistan." The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan commander was involved in the kidnapping of four aid workers in Badakhshan.

Poppy Cultivation Downs 40% in Afghanistan: UN Drug Official

Suicide bomber kills Afghan Local Police commander

The Taliban have executed two suicide attacks in Kapisa province in the past nine days. The French provide security in the province and are withdrawing their forces by the end of this year.

Canadian military equipment trapped in Afghanistan

Pakistan's hardline groups ask gov't to shoot down US drones

Post-Afghan Pullout: US considers handing military hardware to CARs

Taliban praise India for resisting Afghan entanglement

Afghanistan Aware of US-Taliban Talks

Pakistan-Based Insurgent Groups Trying to Insecure Tajikistan: Afghanistan's NDS

Pentagon to soon deploy pint-sized but lethal Switchblade drones

Thirteen Taliban fighters and three policemen were killed during fighting throughout the country. The Taliban killed a civilian in an IED attack in Kandahar.

Russia Worried Over Afghanistan Becoming a Terrorist Haven

Worry Replaces Hope In Race To Restore Ancient Afghan City

Security forces killed a Haqqani Network commander and several fighters in Paktika and a Taliban leader and several fighters in Badakhshan, and captured several fighters in Logar and Khost. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in the south and east.

How They Robbed Kabul Bank

Security forces killed a Taliban commander in Kandahar and captured two commanders in Helmand. The Taliban killed a British soldier in Helmand. The US, India, and Afghanistan will conduct trilateral talks.

Karzai urges Saudi, Pak role in ending war

Denmark Reaffirms Support to Afghan Forces

The Taliban killed a farmer in Faryab accused of being a "spy" and an ISAF soldier in the south. Fourteen schoolgirls were poisoned in Kabul. One day after ISAF said it would not conduct airstrikes on homes, the US Department of Defense said strikes on homes could occur.

High-Security Luxury Hotels Tap into Conflict Zone Market