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Mohmand raid repeat can't be ruled out: Gen. Allen




US leaving drone base won't have big impact on air war




NATO-backed Afghan militia scheme seen expanded




Pakistan decides to shoot down US drones?




President Hamid Karzai dismissed the March 2012 deadline he had set for the closure of private security firms, giving them until September 2013 to operate in the country. The US Special Operations commander who directed the operation that killed Osama bin Laden defended the unpopular night raids used against militants in Afghanistan. Germany, which has over 5,000 troops in Afghanistan, will withdraw 200 soldiers at the start of February 2012.




Karzai Accuses Foreign Agencies of Breaking Law




Afghanistan's Karzai extends private security closure deadline




US Commander Defends Night Raids in Afghanistan




Pakistan blockage of NATO convoys 'may last weeks'




The Taliban killed six policemen and five tribal leaders in attacks throughout the country. Security forces captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Kandahar, Zabul, Khost, Logar, and Nangarhar.




US diplomat: Afghan war not becoming sectarian war




Taliban announce peace talks with Pakistan




US delivers 18 aircraft to Afghan Air Force




Pakistan upgrades air defense




US Shifts Drones from Shamsi Airbase to Afghanistan




Afghan Forces Need Complete Equipment Ahead of Transition: Officials




US Troops Could Stay in Afghanistan Past 2014, Ambassador Says




NATO blockade enters third week




Jihadist releases bio of Yemeni al Qaeda operative killed in Somalia

Abu 'Asim al Tabuki Mansour Nasser al Bihani waged jihad in Bosnia, Dagestan, Chechnya, Afghanistan, Yemen, and Somalia. He trained Omar Hammami, the American military commander in Shabaab. Two of Abu 'Asim's brothers are currently being held at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.


A suicide bomber killed a district police chief and five other Afghans in Kunar province. ISAF killed a Taliban commander in Kunar and several fighters in Helmand. The Taliban killed a British soldier in Helmand.


 
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