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Drugs and Terror Mix in Case




Haqqanis reject US offer for talks




'US held secret talks with Haqqani network'




US kills Haqqani Network's 3rd in command in North Waziristan strike

US officials said that Jan Baz Zadran was killed in Miramshah in North Waziristan, where Predators struck today.


Afghanistan: CH-47 investigation results released




CENTCOM releases findings on Chinook downed in Wardak




Security forces captured several Taliban fighters during raids in Helmand and Kandahar. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in the south and the east. CENTCOM said the Chinook that was crashed in Logar in August, killing 38 US and Afghan troops, was shot down by the Taliban with an RPG.




US Prepares Handoff to Afghans in Border Region




Iran's Qods Force commander involved in plot to kill Saudi ambassador

Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani has directed attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as aided al Qaeda.


A Closer Look at the Haqqani Anniversary Attack on American-Afghan Outposts




Military confirms RPG downed helicopter in Afghanistan, killing 38




Why political activism isn't working in Afghanistan




Afghanistan - MoD Urges Govt to Take Action Against Pakistan Missile Attacks




US open to Afghan peace deal including Haqqani Network




Taliban attacks in Afghanistan down for first time: ISAF




The Taliban killed six policemen and a tribal leader in Kandahar, and released four aid workers in Faryab. The UN projected opium production to rise by 61 percent.




Afghan opium production 'rises by 61%' compared with 2010




Upper Gereshk: The Helmand plan meets tough reality




Security forces killed and captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Ghazni and Paktika. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south. The UN said detainees are tortured in Afghan prisons.




Helmet camera view of dismounted IED strike


 
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