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Security forces killed the Taliban's deputy shadow governor for Nuristan. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south. Two foreign aid workers and three Afghans were kidnapped in Badakhshan. More than 120 schoolgirls were poisoned in Takhar.

Pakistani doctor jailed for helping CIA find bin Laden

NATO air strike: Turkey backs Pakistan's demand for US apology

Taliban tightens grip on Afghan schools

The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier. The NDS captured 13 "rebels" and disrupted a Taliban plot to attack a USAID office in Jalalabad. US Ambassador Ryan Crocker is resigning earlier that expected.

Taliban, Afghan neighbors could hamper NATO's exit

US Embassy in Kabul says US ambassador to leave

NATO endorses strategy to end Afghan war but risks remain

Afghans back Chicago deal, warn West to keep promises

NATO's secretary general said its countries are not running for the exit. New Zealand will withdraw its forces from Afghanistan one year early. NATO will close down ISAF's combat command and transfer operations to the Afghan military. General Allen said that about half of the "green-on-blue" attacks have been carried out by Taliban infiltrators.

Pakistan seeks US help to get over Salala, but per parliament's guidelines

NATO Will Not Restrict Nations with Afghan Bilateral Pacts

Afghan Poppy Failure Likely to Impact War Efforts

'Green on Blue' Attacks Not an Indicator of Taliban Infiltration: Allen

NATO accepts Obama timetable to end war in Afghanistan by 2014

A Taliban suicide bomber killed two US soldiers and two civilians in Uruzgan. Security forces killed 10 Taliban fighters in the east. The Taliban called for NATO to leave Afghanistan.

Supply Lines Cast Shadow at NATO Meeting on Afghan War

NATO supply restoration: DPC to march from Karachi to Islamabad

UK may keep troops in Afghanistan post-2014 to fight terrorism

Administration shows frustration at Pakistan over ground routes