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Delhi bomb: Indian group 'may be behind' court attack

A suicide bomber killed seven people in Helmand. The Taliban killed three ISAF soldiers in the east and another in the south, and a Turkish citizen in Herat. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters in Helmand, Ghazni, Khost, Logar, and Faryab.

On the Afghan frontline, US soldiers see longer war ahead

Captain Jihad: Ex-terrorist is now comic book hero

Army snipers hunt bomb planters in Sabari

A US Army sniper team ambushes an insurgent IED cell in the volatile Sabari district of Khost province, Afghanistan.

The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in the south and a Turkish citizen in Herat. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters in Helmand, Kandahar, Khost, Nangarhar, and Kunduz. US troops accidentally killed a Pajhwok reporter while fighting the Taliban in Uruzgan on July 28.

'Modest' results in wooing Taliban: British general

Pakistan - Editorial: Intensifying atrocities and threats

Investigators Assess Threat of Bombing Tied to 9/11

Afghanistan - Premature Withdrawal Would Make Situation Worse: Peace Council

In Video, Militant Group Claims Attacks in Western China

In Afghanistan's Panjshir, disquiet over Taliban reconciliation

Afghan war: What some local officials are willing to do for peace

The Taliban killed six Afghan soldiers in attacks in Kandahar, Badghis, and Logar, and an ISAF soldier in the south. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and IMU fighters in Helmand, Kandahar, Wardak, Khost, and Kunduz.

10 years after the fall of the Taliban

US Treasury lists 3 senior al Qaeda leaders as terrorists

The al Qaeda leaders were identified as Younis al Mauritani, a senior member of the external operations council who was recently arrested in Pakistan; Hassan Ghul, a key facilitator who was freed by the Pakistanis in 2007; and Abu Yahya al Libi, a top ideologue.

Howitzer blast

Appeal denied for HIG facilitator detained at Gitmo

Shawali-Khan.jpgThe DC Circuit Court denied a Guantanamo detainee's appeal yesterday. The detainee, Shawali Khan, was a facilitator for Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin prior to his capture in 2002. According to a leaked file, Khan's cell in Kandahar received weapons and other support from Iran.

EXCLUSIVE: Libyan missiles looted

Afghans defend treatment of detainees as humane