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Bin Laden docs: Al Qaeda asserts authority in letter to Pakistani Taliban leader

The letter shows a confident al Qaeda leadership working to maintain order and consistent behavior within the ranks of its affiliates in Pakistan.


Panetta warns US troops to avoid scandals




US drones kill 10 in North Waziristan

The strike took place in the Shawal Valley in North Waziristan. Al Qaeda and the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan have sheltered in the area in the past.


US doesn't expect Pakistan to reopen Afghan war supply routes soon




Security forces killed 13 Taliban fighters in Helmand and Laghman, and detained several commanders and fighters in Khost, Ghazni, and Kunduz. The Taliban killed two British soldiers in Helmand.




Afghanistan - NATO Troop Withdrawal Impacting Foreign Direct Investment: AISA




Taliban suicide bomber kills 20 in Pakistan's northwest

The movement of the Taliban claimed credit for the suicide bombing in Pakistan's contested tribal agency of Bajaur.


Two Taliban fighters and a soldier were killed in fighting in Kunar. Six Taliban fighters died in a premature detonation in a mosque in Paktia. Security forces foiled a suicide attack in Kabul and captured an IMU leader in Kunduz.




Bin Laden advised relocation of some leaders to Afghanistan due to drone strikes in Waziristan

In late 2010, the al Qaeda emir said some of the group's leaders and operatives should relocate from North and South Waziristan to the eastern Afghan provinces of Kunar, Nuristan, Ghazni, and Zabul.


The US Army in a Time of Transition




Odierno Reshaping Training and Deployment




ISAF captures IMU leader in Kunduz

Special operations forces have targeted two different IMU leaders in the Imam Sahib district over the past three days.


Army procurement switch puts boot into Afghan dream




Pentagon signals 'acute' problems in Afghanistan, even as US cuts forces




NATO supply routes closure causing massive equipment backlog: US DoD




A Taliban suicide assault team attacked a civilian compound in Kabul, killing five people just hours after President Obama left the country. The Taliban announced the beginning of its 2012 spring offensive, and killed two ISAF soldiers in the east. Security forces killed 25 Taliban fighters.




Crocker assuages regional concerns




Crocker: Kabul "pretty secure city"




Obama's Afghanistan speech: a small view of the war sparked by 9/11




Electioneering President sees end of war in Afghanistan


 
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