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On Run, Bin Laden Had 4 Children and 5 Houses, a Wife Says




More than 30 Taliban, seven Afghan security guards, and two Afghan soldiers were killed after the Taliban ambushed a NATO convoy in Farah. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south.




Taliban ambush NATO supply column in western Afghanistan

More than 30 Taliban, seven Afghan security guards, and two Afghan soldiers were killed after the Taliban ambushed a NATO convoy in Farah.


Security changes for US troops in Afghanistan




Taliban trying to mount pressure on US: Afghan MPs




NATO Troops On Alert For Attacks By Afghan Counterparts




Pakistan parliament debate on US sputters to halt




Afghanistan 'Sandhurst in the sand' academy announced by Philip Hammond




More than a dozen Taliban fighters and three Afghan security personnel were killed during clashes throughout Afghanistan. Twelve Taliban fighters in Herat and 10 more in Faryab reconciled with the government. US forces have assigned soldiers to watch over their Afghan counterparts.




Pakistan - Supreme Court directs NAB to hold fair probe into NATO containers scandal




US Looks To Extend Use Of Kyrgyz Base




Official Rejects Iran's 'Interference' In Afghan Affairs




'Af-Pak is Al-Qaeda's top launch point for attacks': Pentagon




Af-Pak tribal badlands nursery of world terror




Afghanistan - Economic Development Requires Better Security: Foreign Minister




Hundreds of Afghan women jailed for 'moral crimes'




NATO: Afghans to take lead in majority of country




9/11 plotter spotted in Mir Ali




UN refugee agency reports big rise in asylum claims




Security forces killed the top IMU commander in Afghanistan and several Taliban fighters and commanders. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south and are ejecting Afghans from their homes in Nuristan. HIG suspended peace talks with the government.


 
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