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AP Exclusive: US sets up new grassroots counter-extremism unit in Pakistan

National Front Accuses Afghan Govt of Supporting Taliban

President Karzai welcomed US Vice President Biden's statement that the Taliban are not the enemy. The Taliban killed a British soldier in Helmand. Security forces captured two Taliban commanders and several fighters in Kandahar and Paktia.

The Taliban killed four civilians in Uruzgan and two ISAF soldiers in the south. Security forces killed three Taliban leaders and detained 11 fighters.

Afghanistan cracks down on private security firms

Son of infamous al Qaeda family killed by Ethiopian forces

Abu al Bara'a Abdul Aziz bin Attash was killed in a clash with Ethiopian forces. Bin Attash was a member of a particularly notorious al Qaeda family that has served the Taliban, al Qaeda, Shabaab, and other allied terrorist organizations.

US changes anti-terrorist strategy

US mulls transfer of Taliban prisoner in perilous peace bid

US forces completely evacuated their bases in northern Panjshir province. An Afghan soldier shot and killed two French troops in Kapisa. Ten Afghan Local Police were killed in a roadside bombing in the Nad-e-Ali district of Helmand. US forces seized 12,000 pounds of homemade explosives in Kandahar.

Pakistan - No more bumpy ride for motorists on Torkham road

Afghanistan - US PRT withdraws from Panjsher

US Pulls Advisers from Afghan Government Media Center

Rabbani murder probe: Kabul may withdraw from joint commission

Airstrikes Report: Pakistan, US far from same page

A district council chief and his son were shot dead in Helmand's Musa Qala district. Coalition forces killed Mullah Abdul Rahim, a top Taliban commander in Helmand's Nowzad district. Afghanistan signed its first major oil extraction contract with China.

Security units being shifted to Afghan control: Gen. Allen

US military briefs General Kayani on Nato attack report

Turns Out Mullah Omar Was Never on the FBI's Top Terrorists List

The US Congress urged Twitter to shut down the official Taliban Twitter accounts. The Afghan government has agreed to the presence of a Taliban office in Qatar. Afghan forces are now responsible for Daikundi and Samangan provinces. Six insurgents were killed and six were arrested during operations in several provinces.

Omar no longer on FBI's most wanted list