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Two Officers Counter Bleak Assessment of Afghan War

Afghan leader to push for access to Taliban in Pakistan

The Taliban said Mullah Obaidullah, their former minister of defense, died in a Pakistani jail in 2010. The Taliban killed a British airman in Helmand. Security forces detained Taliban commanders in Helmand and Kandahar.

Pakistan - Qazi warns against restoring NATO supply

Taliban talks spur Pakistan detente

Taliban are Terrorists and the Murderers of Afghan People: Spanta

US verifies Taliban-Afghan govt talks in Qatar

Soldier's death sparks debate over arming medevacs

Pakistan: Politicians to decide on NATO supply routes

Former Taliban defense minister dies in Pakistani custody

Mullah-Obaidullah-Akhund.jpgMullah Obaidullah Akhund was in charge of the Taliban's military and approved the establishment of al Qaeda training camps, some of which were used to train the Sept. 11 hijackers.

Khairkhwa -- Taliban bargaining chip for peace

The Taliban assassinated a senior judge in Nangarhar. Four people were killed in a helicopter crash. Security forces killed seven Taliban fighters and detained 18 more in Kabul, Helmand, Uruzgan, Ghazni, Khost, Paktia, and Herat. A child suicide bomber who was freed has been rearrested.

US keen on early end to review process

Afghanistan - AIHRC Concerned Over Increasing Violence Against Women

Afghanistan - Gilani wants women's shelters closed

The truth about Taliban 'reintegration'

Afghans fret flight of hard cash a sign of things to come

Bali attacks mastermind made bombs with home tools

Afghan War Risks Are Shifting to Contractors

The Taliban killed five Afghan policemen in an IED attack in Tarin Kot, the capital of Uruzgan, and an ISAF soldier in the south, and kidnapped six policemen in Balkh. Security forces captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Helmand and Paktia.