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'Pak Army does not agree' with ISAF findings on Mohmand incident




US deal with Taliban breaks down




US Seeks Program to Buy Up Missiles Loose in Libya




US CentCom cancels briefing to Pakistan on NATO attack




US offers $10 million reward for Iran-based al Qaeda financier

The US government is offering a $10 million reward for information leading to the capture of Yasin al Suri, a senior al Qaeda facilitator based in Iran. Al Suri was designated by the Treasury Department in July.


New Zealand's elite commandos will pull out of Afghanistan in March. Afghanistan's first rail link opened for service which should enhance the delivery of supplies to Coalition forces in Afghanistan. Gunmen assassinated a municipal councilman in Lashkar Gah.




Pakistani fire, mutual errors led to Mohmand troop deaths: ISAF inquiry

Pakistani troops opened fire on US troops, then failed to cease fire after it was clear that US forces, including aircraft, were involved in the engagement.


New Afghan opposition coalition says can check Karzai




Afghan Army Increases to 180,000 Troops




The Taliban killed five Polish soldiers in an IED attack in Ghazni. Police killed a suicide bomber in Khost. The US Army has charged eight soldiers with the death of another soldier.




ISAF denies Taliban claim that US troops abandoned base in Afghan east

"We haven't turned over [to Afghan forces] or vacated any ISAF bases in Laghman," an ISAF official told The Long War Journal, refuting the Taliban's assertion.


Soldiers just back from Iraq get new orders: Afghanistan




Military Could Be in Afghanistan Past 2014, Allen Says




Vice President Joe Biden said the Taliban is not the enemy of the US. ISAF said that night raids against the Taliban would continue. Ten Taliban fighters reconciled with the government in Zabul.




Peace Council Concerned Over US-Taliban Secret Talks




Jund al Khilafah calls for overthrow of Kazakh president




A battle of tweets with the Taliban




Taliban seek freedom for dangerous Guantanamo detainees

The Obama administration is considering repatriating some Guantanamo detainees to Afghanistan as part of a diplomatic effort to engage the Taliban. Four senior, high-risk, commanders are thought to be at the top of the list.


Afghan Government Must Not Ignore Past Decade's Gains




Afghan Night Raids Will Continue, ISAF Says


 
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