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For CIA family, a deadly suicide bombing leads to painful divisions




President Sarkozy said France will withdraw from Afghanistan in 2013, one year early. Police killed five Taliban fighters and detained several more. Eighty insurgents reconciled with the government in Baghlan.




Britain calls for NATO to stick to 2014 Afghan pullout




Progress seen in moves towards Afghan peace talks




Afghans blast French plan for early pullout




Did the US meet with the Taliban?




Emboldened Taliban Try to Sell Softer Image




Pakistan - ANALYSIS: Voices from FATA and the panic




Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters in Helmand, Khost, Wardak, and Kunduz. The Taliban killed a British soldier in Helmand. France will resume its training of Afghan forces. Afghanistan signed a strategic pact with Italy. NATO fuel purchases are depleting supplies used by Afghans.




France, Karzai want faster NATO Afghanistan exit




Al Qaeda releases video of Saudi al Qaeda fighter killed in Waziristan

Before he was killed in Waziristan in 2009, Abdullah bin Muhsin al Shahri, who was known as Abu Rawada, discussed an al Qaeda cell that operated in Gardez, Afghanistan.


Dialogue with the US: Afghan Taliban share 'peace' blueprint with Pakistan




Taliban diplomats arrive in Qatar




Qatar's towering ambition on show in Doha




Taliban willing to compromise, Afghan negotiators say




Thousands of NATO trucks in Pakistan backlog




A suicide bomber who targeted foreign aid workers killed four Afghan civilians in Helmand. Afghan civil society activists disputed President Obama's claim that the Taliban are in retreat and said al Qaeda fighters still remain in the country.




Afghanistan - Taliban's Momentum Higher than US




Afghanistan - Nangarhar security under threat: Ghani




Panetta: al Qaeda is 'still a real threat'


 
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