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Afghan security forces worry over fratricidal brothers-in-arms

US Transfers Control of Special Operations to Afghans

ISAF killed the IMU's top leader in Afghanistan in Faryab and a Taliban leader in Badakhshan. Security forces killed 16 Taliban fighters. A British soldier wounded in February died from complications.

Qatar to Establish Embassy in Kabul

Special operations forces kill newly appointed IMU leader for Afghanistan

Osmani Sahib led the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's operations for only 12 days before being killed during a combined Afghan and Coalition special operations raid in Faryab province. His predecessor, Makhdum Nusrat, was killed on March 26.

Saudi Arabia's Syrian jihad

Status of Afghan women threatens Hillary Clinton's legacy

The US and Afghanistan signed an agreement with respect to night raids; Afghanistan has been given veto authority. Security forces killed and captured dozens of Taliban commanders and fighters during raids. The Taliban killed three civilians in an IED attack in Paktiya.

Afghans, US sign deal on night raids

No drone strikes in Pakistan after 2014, none at least launched from Afghanistan

Communists protest NATO transit hub in Russia

Pakistan - War in the north sparks refugee exodus

Afghanistan - Herat security improved last year: police chief

Taliban Have No Option But Negotiate With Afghan Govt: Patey

'We do jihad,' says Lashkar-e-Taiba emir Hafiz Saeed

Saeed's sermon calling for jihad against the US was delivered the same day Pakistani officials claimed that Saeed was involved with "de-radicalization and rehabilitation of former jihadis" in Pakistan's Punjab province.

ISAF captures IMU suicide attack facilitator, financier in raids in Afghan north

One raid took place in the remote province of Badakhshan, which has seen an uptick in activity by the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. The other took place in Faryab, where the IMU's top leader in Afghanistan was killed more than a week ago.

Hafiz Saeed calls for jihad against America

The Taliban killed the head of Kunar's peace council in a suicide attack, four policemen in separate attacks in Helmand, and an ISAF soldier in the east. The foreign minister said US drone attacks would no longer be launched from Afghanistan after 2014.

Q&A: Ahmed Rashid on Pakistan's Many Challenges

Brother of Ohio soldier: 'We are a nation at war'