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Afghanistan - Taliban's Momentum Higher than US

Afghanistan - Nangarhar security under threat: Ghani

Panetta: al Qaeda is 'still a real threat'

Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti Played Crucial Role in Somalia Rescue

US adds IMU, IJU operatives to list of global terrorists

Mounir and Yassin Chouka, two Germans who are operatives in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, and Mevlut Kar, an Islamic Jihad Union facilitator, were added to the list of Specially Designated Global terrorists. All three have ties to al Qaeda.

The drone war

Afghan army's night raiders ready to take control

ISAF captures senior Taliban commander in Helmand

Mullah Abdul Bari served as the Taliban's shadow governor for the districts of Nad Ali, Musa Qala, Baghran, and Kajaki in northern Helmand province.

No 'Open Airspace' for Foreign Airliners, Afghan Minister Says

Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters in Uruzgan and Faryab. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south. Forty insurgents reconciled with the government in Baghlan.

All-woman Seabees team builds barracks, makes history

An Uzbek struggle in name only

France said it is not planning on withdrawing its forces this year after six of its troops have been killed by Afghan security personnel. The US denied it planned to partition Afghanistan or modify the political system.

Violence spikes in key Afghan regions

US Has No Plan to Experiment New Political System in Afghanistan

Pakistan Rejects US Self-Defense Claim on Strikes

East Afghan frontline emerges as major hurdle

Too early to say if Taliban behind French attack: NATO

The US and the Afghan government have been negotiating with the Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin. ISAF killed five Taliban fighters in an airstrike in Kapisa. The Taliban killed two children in an IED attack in Kapisa.

EU Pledges 60 Million Euros to Afghanistan