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Afghanistan Worries After Attacks in Pakistan




Afghan and NATO officials said Pakistan fired first, prompting the deadly airstrike in Mohmand. The second wave of transition from NATO to Afghan forces will include six provinces, seven cities, and dozens of districts. Germany called for the Taliban to be included in Afghanistan peace talks.




Afghan soldiers called in deadly NATO airstrike




Afghanistan - Taliban paid £100 a month to stop fighting




10 Pakistani militants killed in Kunar offensive




Afghan Parliament Approves Central Bank Governor, Spy Chief




Pakistan orders closure of key US airbase after ISAF troops conduct cross-border attack

The Pakistani government said the Shamsi Airbase in Baluchistan should be vacated within 15 days, and ordered the closure of NATO's supply lines to Afghanistan after US helicopters killed 28 Pakistani troops in the Mohmand tribal agency.



At least 13 insurgents were killed and 17 suspects detained by Afghan police in the last 24 hours. US Marines turned over responsibility of a base in Helmand to the Afghan National Army. Separately, US and Afghan forces captured a wanted Taliban leader in Garmsir district.




US helicopters kill 28 Pakistani troops on Afghan border

US attack helicopters hit a military check post in Mohmand, Pakistani military officials claimed. In response, Pakistan has shut down NATO's supply route through the Khyber Pass.


'Mullah Omar is pushing TTP to reconcile with govt'




Afghans turn to people smuggling as NATO leaves




A district police chief and a civilian were wounded in an IED attack in northern Sar-i-Pul province. Seventy-two Afghan Local Police graduated from a US-mentored training program in Baghlan province. ISAF is investigating claims Coalition forces killed seven civilians in an airstrike in Zhari district, Kandahar province.




Afghanistan Has 'Long Way to Go' In Enacting Law to Protect Women, UN Says




Afghan opium production to explode as foreign troops withdraw




US commander readying request for more troops to advise Afghans




VIEW: Talking peace with the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan




ISAF recaptures escaped Taliban convict

Afghan and Coalition forces recaptured a dangerous Taliban military commander after he escaped from a prison in Kandahar three years ago.


Kyrgyzstan Sees Instability After Afghan Withdrawal




The Taliban killed 10 security guards during an ambush on a NATO supply convoy in Farah. Security forces captured several Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Khost and Logar.




US Easing Out Of Nation-Building Business


 
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