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Afghans Who Helped the US Fear That Time for Visas Has Run Out

The National Directorate of Security accused Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate of plotting last week's armed attack on the Serena hotel in Kabul. Security forces killed 14 Taliban fighters during operations in Nangarhar, Paktika, Zabul, and Farah provinces. A suicide bomber wounded two Afghan Local Police officers in an attack in Farah.

Election monitors flee Afghanistan after hotel attack

Targeted killings on the rise in Afghanistan's eastern province of Nangarhar

Afghan Interior Ministry Links Haqqani Network to Hotel Attack, Calls for International Support

Taliban suicide team kills 9 at Kabul hotel

Taliban claim suicide assault on Jalalabad police HQ

The Taliban suicide assault team stormed a police headquarters and killed the district chief and nine policemen while fighting off Afghan forces for six hours.

At Trial, Son-in-Law Recalls a Cave Meeting With Bin Laden on 9/11

Afghan police payroll under scrutiny from US watchdog

A suicide bomber killed 16 people in an attack in the middle of a crowd in Maimama, the capital of Faryab province. The suicide bomber apparently was going to attack a bank. A senior Taliban commander in Zabul reconciled with the government.

Taliban Splinter Groups Add To Election Fears In Afghanistan

Last Line Of Defense Against The Taliban

Concerns Raised Over Attacks on Afghan Presidential Campaigns

The Ministry of Defense said that four Afghan soldiers aided the Taliban in the Feb. 23 attack in Kunar that killed 21 soldiers. Security forces killed eight Taliban fighters during operations in Faryab, Ghor, Logar, and Zabul. In his last address to Parliament, President Karzai said that US troops should leave Afghanistan.

Ex-Afghan intelligence chief Asadullah Khalid returns to Afghanistan

Review board rules against Guantanamo detainee

Earlier this month, a review board responsible for evaluating the status of Guantanamo detainees determined that a Yemeni held in Cuba since early 2002 should remain in custody. According to a leaked threat assessment, the detainee was slated to be a hijacker on 9/11 before al Qaeda canceled his part of the operation.

Interactions of Bin Laden and Son-in-Law Detailed in an FBI Document

Suicide attack on Indian consulate foiled in Kandahar province

'Absence of US presence post 2014 to boost Al Qaeda': top NATO commander

Existing Afghan deal would cover US post-2014