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ISAF kills al Qaeda 'facilitator' in Afghan east

The al Qaeda facilitator "trained insurgents and worked as a courier." He was killed in the same district in Wardak where 31 US troops, including 17 Navy SEALs, and seven Afghan troops were killed when their helicopter was shot down in August.


Leaving Afghanistan by 2014 is still far from agreed, insists the US ambassador




Secret Pakistan




US General Defends Afghanistan Night Raids




NATO forces may hand over violent provinces to Afghan control




The Taliban killed two British soldiers in an IED attack in Helmand. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Zabul, Khost, Paktia, and Logar.




Afghanistan a 'regional wargame' if no foreign troops




Haqqani Network releases video of training camps

The video shows uniformed Haqqani Network fighters conducting a variety of training exercises in a camp in North Waziristan.


Karzai Details Vision for Long-Term Partnership With US




Karzai says Afghanistan needs future pact with US but says night raids must end




President Karzai said the US must end night raids before a status of forces deal can be negotiated. The US killed 27 Taliban fighters in an airstrike in Nangarhar. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Ghazni, Khost, Nangarhar, Laghman, Logar, and Wardak. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in the south and another in the east, and a militia commander in Kunduz.




ISAF targets 'al Qaeda facilitator' in Nangarhar

The Behsud district in Nangarhar, where the al Qaeda leader was targeted, is a known hub of jihadist activities.


US airstrike kills 27 insurgents in Afghan east




Karzai aims to set limits on American troops




US must stop night raids if it wants to keep bases in Afghanistan past 2014, Hamid Karzai warns




Jund al Khilafah claims attack in Kazakhstan

The terror group said "a solder in our brigade" killed six people, including four security personnel, in Taraz on Nov. 12.


IMF approves new credit program for Afghanistan after Kabul Bank crisis




Afghans to debate future of US presence, Taliban vow attacks




The Taliban killed one policeman in a donkey bomb attack in Faryab. Security forces captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Helmand and Khost. Twenty-nine percent of Afghans sympathize with the Taliban, while 82 percent support reconciliation.




Survey reveals 3rd of Afghans say things are deteriorating


 
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