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Training Concerns Hover Over Delivery of Afghan Equipment




Kharotabad: A Taliban safe haven




Initial US drawdown to pull from restive Afghan east




Haqqani network boosts infiltration, says official




Restored Citadel Is Symbol of Hope in Afghanistan




Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Zabul, Paktika, Logar, and Kunduz. US and Afghan forces launched an operation against the Haqqani Network in Khost and Paktika.




Taliban showing weakness in south Afghanistan




Survey in a War Zone: More than Half of Afghans See NATO as Occupiers




US forces 'massing on Afghanistan-Pakistan border'




Finally, tough love for US ally Pakistan




Afghanistan makes pitch for heavier weapons




Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan claims Panjshir suicide attack

IMU-Panjshir-attack-team copy.jpgThe IMU released photos of four of the suicide bombers that struck a US PRT in Panjshir last weekend.


The Taliban killed seven Afghan troops in an ambush in Farah and two civilians in a suicide attack in Faryab. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Helmand, Kandahar, Zabul, Ghazni, Khost, Paktia, Logar, Kunduz, and Faryab.




Attempting COIN in Mullah Omar's hometown




US troops seal Afghan border with Pakistani North Waziristan




Karzai Seeks NATO Report On Night Raid Deaths




Pakistan leans toward talks with Taliban




Cross-Border Fire Frustrates Troops in Afghanistan




ANA at attention




Afghan police killed three Taliban suicide bombers who attempted to storm the governor's compound in Paktia; a policeman and a civilian were also killed. The Taliban launched a radio station in Ghazni and banned travel at night in Nangarhar. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters in Khost, Wardak, Nangarhar, and Baghlan.


 
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