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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.

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Suicide bomber kills chief of Kunar's peace council

The Taliban have carried out three major suicide attacks in the past week in northern and western Afghanistan.

Gunmen attacked an Afghan Local Police outpost in Farah, killing eight and capturing two more. In Badakhshan, a suicide bombing at a checkpoint killed an ALP commander and one other person; the blast outside a girls' school also wounded 16 civilians. Intelligence operatives foiled an attempt to assassinate the governor of Parwan.

Taliban kill Afghan Local Police in attacks in west and north

In opium, Afghans find hedge against uncertain future

Afghan Commandos Graduate, Ready to Lead Night Raids

Iran's Efforts to Stir Afghan Violence Provoke Concern

Turkish jihadist group has agreement to train with Afghan Taliban

Abu-Bara-Turki.jpgAbu Bara'a Turki , the emir of the Cemaat-ul-Islam, said his group "is affiliated with the Afghan Taliban" and "is authorized by the Taliban to provide training to the mujahideen."

Global Jihad Sustained Through Africa

A suicide bomber killed 12 people, including three ISAF soldiers, in Faryab. Security forces killed 16 insurgents in Kapisa and have assumed command of security in Takhar.

Strong Evidence Kandahar Killings Soldier Acted Alone: Afghan Army Chief

Afghanistan Moves Ahead With Plan for Taliban Office in Qatar

At the Taliban's Mercy: German Military Fears for Afghanistan's Future

Suicide bomber kills 12, including 3 ISAF troops, in Afghan northwest

The attack took place in the same province where the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's top leader in Afghanistan was killed just over a week ago.

Deal to Continue Afghanistan Night Raids Is Near

Three policemen in Helmand poisoned four colleagues and two civilians, then the Taliban executed them. The Taliban killed two ISAF troops in the south and east. NATO's Secretary General denied the organization is accelerating the drawdown.

Anti-Americanism in Pakistan snarls US war efforts