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Taliban promise renewed offensive as NATO leaves Afghanistan

The Taliban killed 10 policemen in two bombings yesterday in the western province of Herat, and nine members of a family in an IED attack. Security forces killed 10 Taliban fighters during operations in Logar, Ghazni, Zabul, Uruzgan, Kunduz, and Herat.

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif urges time for Taliban talks

Saudis, Chechens, Afghans killed during recent fighting in southern Yemen

Foreigners are said to make up the majority of the 37 al Qaeda fighters killed during Yemeni military operations in the southern province of Shabwa.

The military claimed that more than 20 Taliban fighters were killed during operations in nine provinces, and an additional 10 fighters were killed in a premature detonation in Kandahar. The Taliban killed three people in attacks in Kandahar, Kabul, and Kunduz.

FBI Director Says Syrian Civil War Poses Growing Threat

Taliban can't be held more than 96 hours decides UK judge

As US draws down, Afghan opium production thrives

Abu Hamza trial: American follower tells terror trial about US jihad training camp

Afghan, ISAF forces repel Haqqani Network assault on base

How to build a memorial for a 'never-ending war'?

Mystery surrounds move of Afghan 'torturer in chief' to US amid allegations of agency abuse

Taliban claim they shot down US warplane in eastern Afghanistan

A Taliban video shows fighters opening fire on what appears to be a C-130. ISAF has neither confirmed nor denied the claim that one of its aircraft has crashed or been shot down.

Lull Prompts Question: What Are Taliban Up To?

The Taliban killed five soldiers and five Afghan Local Police officers in attacks in Paktia, Laghman, and Jawzjan, and two ISAF troops in the east. The Taliban claimed it shot down a US Air Force AC-130 gunship.

Mullah Adbul Qayoum Zakir, a former detainee at Guantanamo Bay, has resigned as the Taliban's military leader due to "ill health." Security forces killed five Taliban fighters, including Pakistanis, in Paktika province. Abdullah Abdullah claimed he won the first round on the presidential elections.

Head of Taliban's military commission resigns due to 'ill health'

Although Mullah Adbul Qayoum Zakir, a former detainee at Guantanamo Bay, has resigned as the military leader, he is still "a member of the Leadership Council of Islamic Emirate and is busy working in other important Jihadi works."

Afghan Taliban broker ceasefire between rival TTP factions

An Afghan policeman gunned down three Americans at a hospital in Kabul. Security forces killed eight Taliban fighters, including several Pakistanis, in Ghazni. The Taliban killed a child in a bombing in Zabul.

Afghan policeman guns down 3 Americans at hospital in Kabul

A police officer guarding the CURE hospital in Kabul turned his gun on Americans, killing three and wounding another.