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Sentence for Terrorist Is Too Short, Court Rules




TIC, IED in Helmand




Pakistan frees al Qaeda commander: report

Dr. Amin al Haq, who served as the security coordinator of Osama bin Laden's Black Guard, was released after nearly four years in custody.


Analysis: Afghan assassination means Taliban 'want war, not peace'




Women's engagement




US says Pakistani spies using group for "proxy war"




US sharpens warning to Pakistan




Killing Rabbani




The Death of Rabbani




Taliban suicide bomber assassinates head of Afghan High Peace Council

Rabbani-thumb.jpgThe suicide bomber was led to Burhanuddin Rabbani for peace talks by a reconciled Taliban minister who has been described as "a trusted emissary."


A Taliban suicide bomber assassinated the head of the Afghan High Peace Council at his home in Kabul. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and IMU commanders and fighters in Helmand, Kandahar, Paktia, Wardak, Nangarhar, Balk, and Kunduz.




Afghan Peace Council Chief Killed in Attack on His Home




US spy agencies 'struggle with post-9/11 languages'




Afghan intelligence operations take on significant role

NDS cell.bmpRobust Afghan intelligence operations have helped thwart numerous attacks this summer despite ongoing urban assaults and complex operations launched by the Taliban and the Haqqani Network.


Now, Hillary tells Hina: Act against LeT, Haqqani men




The Taliban killed five policemen in a suicide attack in Jawzjan, a district counterterrorism chief in Kunduz, and an ISAF soldier in the south. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters in Farah and Zabul.




Afghan government minister accused of hampering fight against insurgents




'I have never seen the like'





Lashkar-e-Toiba - safe at home




Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and IMU commanders and fighters in Uruzgan, Khost, Paktia, Logar, Nangarhar, and Baghlan. The Taliban killed three ISAF soldiers in the south.


 
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