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The Taliban killed two US soldiers in a rocket attack and three civilians in a mortar attack in Kunar. Security forces killed seven Taliban fighters as they were planting an IED in Wardak.




Afghan Helpers Feel Threatened By Withdrawal of German Troops




Six policemen, a civilian, and four Taliban fighters were killed during a suicide assault in Farah. The Taliban assassinated a senior police commander in Kunduz. The US added a Taliban financier who has funneled money to both al Qaeda and the Taliban, and a Haqqani Network operative who serves as a top aide to Badruddin Haqqani to its list of designated terrorists.




US Redefines Afghan Success Ahead of NATO Conference




In Chicago: Zardari, Obama, Karzai to discuss Taliban peace talks




Taliban kill 6 Afghan policemen, civilian in suicide assault in Farah




US adds Taliban financier, Haqqani Network operative to terror list

Abdul Baqi Bari has funneled money to both al Qaeda and the Taliban, and has accepted funds from Osama bin Laden. Bakht Gul serves as a top aide to Badruddin Haqqani, and has helped "foreign fighters" enter Afghanistan.


Pakistan seeks $5,000 transit fee for each NATO container




Afghanistan - Only security personnel can carry heavy arms: Interior Minister




ISAF killed nine insurgents in an airstrike in Paktia and three more during operations in Kunar. The Taliban killed two policemen and a soldier in Badghis and Badakhshan. Germany pledged $150 million annually after 2014; Australia promised $100 million.




Taliban infighting over US talks breaks down into terror campaign




US May Fund More Than Expected To Afghan Forces After 2014




Afghanistan - Interior Minister Cites Lack of Police Discipline as a Major Challenge




Many will profit if Pakistan reopens NATO supply routes




As Trained Afghans Turn Enemy, a US-Led Imperative Is in Peril




More than 250 students in Khost were hospitalized after being "poisoned." Security forces detained 14 insurgents, including two Pakistanis, in Kandahar.




Tensions Simmer Between Tehran, Kabul




ISAF Will Support Afghan Forces in Combat Beyond 2014: Jacobson




NATO invites Pakistani president to summit after FM suggests unblocking Afghan supply routes




US mulling sending Afghanistan general to head Europe troops


 
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