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The Taliban arrested two senior leaders in Ghazni for engaging the Afghan High Peace Council. The Taliban killed three children in Ghazni, and a policeman and a British soldier in Helmand.




French shooting suspect not jailed in Afghanistan: governor




Besieged gunman boasted he brought France to its knees




Taliban confirm recent drone strike killed 3 of Nazir's deputies




US on track for Afghan deal by NATO summit: Clinton




Al Qaeda gunman in France reportedly escaped Afghan prison

President Sarkozy wants the suspect captured alive. Authorities are scrambling to determine how he escaped notice after returning from Afghanistan.


Five disasters we'll face if US retreats from Afghanistan




Pakistan committee calls for end to US drone strikes




US says Afghan mission is winding back




US report criticizes Turkey for serious limitations on religious freedom




US may make concessions on night raids in Afghanistan




Taliban commander wants Pakistan's nukes, global Islamic caliphate

Omar-Khalid-TTP-video.jpgOmar Khalid also wants to secure the release of al Qaeda prisoners in Pakistan and impose sharia in the country.


US Readies for Spring Clash With Taliban




Afghan progress on track, insists top general




Afghan killings suspect owes $1.5M in fraud case




Obama focused on defeating al-Qaida in Afghanistan: White House




The Taliban killed two policemen in an IED attack in Herat. Afghan officials claimed that ISAF forces killed three women and children in a night raid in Faryab; ISAF said the civilians were used by the IMU as human shields.




US Simulation Forecasts Perils of an Israeli Strike at Iran




US envoy expects setbacks in Afghanistan




Pakistani Islamist warlord Mangal Bagh rumored killed in Khyber

Pakistani police claim Bagh was killed during an operation in the contested tribal agency. Bagh's spokesman denied the report.
 
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