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Afghan Government Won't Be Able to Fund Security Forces After 2014: Eikenberry




Security forces killed and captured several Taliban, HIG, and IMU commanders and fighters in Khost, Paktia, Logar, Wardak, Laghman, and Takhar. The Taliban killed a provincial chief of the National Directorate of Security in a suicide attack.




Afghan leader's office says Pakistan remarks misinterpreted




ISAF said more than 200 Haqqani Network and Taliban commanders and fighters were killed and captured during operations in Kabul and eastern Afghanistan over the past week. The Taliban killed an ISAF solider in the south.




61 percent rise in Afghan opium production in 2011




First photos from the SEALS crash site




Reluctant to return to North Waziristan




Taliban threatens to attack Shell Pakistan, Pakistan State Oil




Suicide bomber attempts to assassinate Afghan interior minister

The attack took place in Parwan and is the second in the province in two months. The interior minister was not in the convoy.


A suicide bomber attempted to assassinate the interior minister in Parwan. The Taliban killed 11 civilians in Wardak, four civilians in Herat, and an ISAF solider in the south. President Karzai said Afghanistan would back Pakistan if attacked, even by the US.




Militants Grab Headlines -- Again -- As Clinton Visits Pakistan




The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the east and executed three carjackers in Ghazni. US Marines are advancing on the Kajaki Dam in Helmand.




US warms to idea of Pakistan talks with militants




Some Afghan ministers have embezzled millions: anti-graft chief




Afghanistan: Despite Recent Killings, Kandahar Appears Stable




Pakistan Deploys Troops to stop Cross-Border Attacks from Afghanistan




Fighters from 'Caucasus Mujahideen in Khorasan' issue message to 'brothers' in southern Russia

A group of jihadists based in the Afghan-Pakistan region issued a videotape to their "brothers" in the Islamic Caucasus Emirate and their emir, Doku Umarov.


US-Afghan patrol firefight in Kandahar




US to complete pullout from Iraq by end of year




Anatomy of an Afghan 'turncoat' killer


 
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