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Central Asia group seeks bigger Afghanistan role

Panetta visits Afghanistan as violence spikes

Two Taliban suicide bombers killed 21 people in Kandahar; another suicide bomber killed two Afghans in Faryab. An ISAF airstrike killed 18 civilians and eight Taliban fighters in Logar. The NDS arrested 15 people involved in poisonings at girls' schools in Takhar. ISAF captured an al Qaeda facilitator in Faryab. Two ISAF soldiers were killed in a helicopter crash.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta urges India to take larger role in Afghanistan

Iran and Azerbaijan, Wary Neighbors, Find Less to Agree On

Pakistan is the Mother of Terrorism, Afghanistan the Victim: Afghan Analyst

ISAF detains al Qaeda facilitator in Afghan north

The al Qaeda facilitator, who was based in Takhar province, "served as a financier and liaison between al Qaeda leaders," according to ISAF.

Taliban kill 21 Afghans in double suicide attack

"The agents of Punjab have once again spilled the blood of innocent civilians," Kandahar's chief of police said, referring to Pakistan's influence over the Taliban.

What happens to all that military gear?

Abu Yahya al-Libi of Al Qaeda Said to Be Killed

Security forces killed 34 Taliban fighters in Nuristan, Kunar, Ghor, and Ghazni. Police in Takhar arrested seven members of "armed opposition groups" involved in poisoning schoolgirls. Sixty schoolgirls were poisoned in Takhar.

US apology needed to open NATO supply routes: Khar

We Prefer to Hold Talks with US: Taliban Leader

Taliban leaders quietly freed without trial after paying off officials

Top al Qaeda strategist may have been killed in Pakistan

New Zealand signs partnership agreement with NATO

Mullah Abdul Salam Zakir, the brother of the Taliban's military emir, and 25 of his fighters were killed during an ISAF and Afghan operation in Kajaki. Security forces killed five Taliban fighters in Paktika and three more in Logar. The Taliban killed two students in an IED attack in Kabul. NATO came to an agreement with Central Asian nations to remove military equipment.

Pakistan condemns US drone strikes

Karzai Family Moves to Protect Its Privilege

Brother of Taliban's military commission reported killed

Mullah Abdul Salam Zakir, the brother of the former Guantanamo Bay detainee who quickly assumed command of the Afghan Taliban's military branch, is said to have been killed during a raid in northern Helmand province. ISAF has not confirmed Salam's death.