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US targeting Haqqani network in Pakistan

The Taliban killed five ISAF soldiers in the east and the west. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters Kandahar and Khost.

Crowds weep as slain former Afghan president buried

ISI supported attack on US Embassy, ISAF HQ in Kabul

Afghan intelligence said the Taliban's Quetta Shura was behind the assassination of the chief of the High Peace Council. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and IMU commanders and fighters in Helmand, Khost, Wardak, and Kunduz.

Clinton: Killing won't stop Taliban peace efforts

Letter Found in Pocket of Rabbani's Assassin

If Not The Taliban, Then Who Killed Rabbani?

Afghan Agency Pins Assassination on Top Taliban

Afghanistan's Abdullah Abdullah: The Taliban Does Not Believe In Peace Talks

Admiral Mullen: Pakistani ISI sponsoring Haqqani attacks

During a Senate hearing today, Admiral Michael Mullen, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, highlighted the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence Agency's role in sponsoring the Haqqani Network - including attacks on American forces in Afghanistan and the US Embassy in Kabul.

Pakistan 'supported Kabul embassy attack' - Mike Mullen

Special operations forces kill Taliban's commander of Tangi Valley

Qari Tahir was the target of the raid that resulted in the downing of a US Army Chinook in August. Thirty-eight US and Afghan troops, including 17 Navy SEALs, were killed.

Pakistan 'promising peace to the world'

The Taliban killed a police chief and eight officers in Ghazni, and two ISAF soldiers in the south. Afghan troops retook control of the Waygal district in Nuristan; 18 Taliban fighters were killed. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Helmand, Zabul, Paktia, Nangarhar, Balk, and Baghlan.

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