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Revisiting foreign policy: US ready to talk - but end to drone strikes unlikely




French left preps NATO allies for fast Afghan exit




Afghan commandos backed by ISAF forces killed 25 Taliban fighters in Kamdesh in Nuristan province. The Taliban denied the claim, and said only eight of its fighters and 30 Afghan troops were killed.




Australia-Afghan Strategic Agreement Drafted for NATO Summit




Pakistan calls for end to US drone attacks




Pakistan Demands an End to CIA Drone Strikes




No Afghan 'security vacuum' after 2014: NATO chief




Wraps come off special operations Afghan war plan




Taliban encourage religious school students to war: Chief of Baghlan Police




A suicide bomber killed three civilians and two policemen in Kunduz. ISAF killed an IMU facilitator in Faryab; four civilians were killed during protests over the raid. Police captured the Taliban's district governor for Burka in Baghlan. President Karzai said he may step down before his term ends in 2014.




Afghan Officials Request US to Remain Beyond 2014




US Ready to Resume Talks with Taliban: US official




Afghanistan - NDS Quashes Rumours it Accused Local Media of Pakistan, Iran Ties




Turkmenistan Will Deliver Gas to Afghanistan for 30 Years




IMU facilitator killed during night raid in Afghan north

Ammar Sahib, an Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan facilitator, was in Afghan custody in 2006 for murdering two members of a Provincial Reconstruction Team and two civilians, but spent only six months in jail before being released.


Pakistan parliament approves proposals on US ties




Afghanistan's Karzai considers change in election timetable




In Poppy War, Taliban Aim to Protect a Cash Crop




Pakistan's ISI supports Taliban, al Qaeda in Nuristan, says Afghan parliament




Vigilante squads: TTP introduces 'moral policing' in Afghanistan


 
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