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Afghan Anger and Security Changes Imperil Aid Groups

Al Qaeda eulogizes senior commander killed in recent drone strike

Badr-Mansoor.jpgUstad Ahmad Farooq, al Qaeda's spokesman for Pakistan, confirmed that Badr Mansoor was killed in a drone strike on Feb. 2012. Farooq accused the Pakistani military and government of supporting the US's drone campaign.

US and Afghanistan Agree on Detainee Transfer

Concerns Remain as Switch to Afghan Security Nears

Taliban Guantanamo detainees agree to Qatar transfer: official

Exclusive: Afghan officials visit Guantanamo in peace bid

Pakistan's Iran pipeline plan further strains ties with US

Afghans Are Hindering Smuggling Inquiry, 2 Americans Say

IDF kills head of Popular Resistance Committee in Gaza strike

The US agreed to transfer control of the Parwan Detention Facility to the Afghan government in six months. The Taliban killed a civilian in a bombing at a Sufi shrine in Kandahar. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Helmand, Khost, Paktia, Wardak, and Laghman.

No plan for anti-drug raids in Afghanistan: Russia

Drone strikes are attack on Pakistan's sovereignty: Gilani

Pakistan - Taliban in talks to end 'serious differences'

The US is investigating charges that the Afghan Air Force is involved in drug smuggling. The Taliban killed nine policemen in Uruzgan. Security forces captured two IMU leaders in Badakhshan.

Afghanistan - Mafia groups threaten trade with Pakistan: ACCI

US commanders says there are no plans to turn Afghan war over to CIA control after 2014

Corruption Remains Intractable in Afghanistan Under Karzai Government

Afghan Air Force Probed in Drug Running

US probes allegations Afghan Air Force involved in drug running

ISAF captures 2 IMU leaders in northeastern Afghanistan

The two Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leaders are responsible for suicide attacks in northern Afghanistan.