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Afghan shelter plan stokes controversy




'They come from ISI' - Afghan colonel on insurgent threat

Lieutenant Colonel Nasratullah Nasrat, the commander of Afghan forces in Sabari district in Khost, said that Pakistan's intelligence service fuels the insurgency. He also believes US forces will not withdraw by the 2014 deadline.


Interview: US Special Envoy Marc Grossman On India-Pakistan Relations And Afghanistan's Future




Afghan Air Force Making Good Progress: US Military




The Taliban killed two soldiers in a bombing in Herat and executed a counterterrorism official in Kunar. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Khost, Paktia, Logar, and Kunduz.




3rd 'Turban bomb' attack rocks southern Helmand province

Another suicide bomber attacked a security function wearing an explosive-laden headdress. This is the third time this summer the tactic has been used.


How Kabul British Council raid unfolded




Afghan Counterinsurgency: When Everything Is Personal




Afghanistan - Face-to-face with IED, and its makers




A Taliban suicide assault team killed nine people, including a New Zealand soldier, in an attack on the British Council in Kabul. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Paktia, and Uruzgan.




Kabul: a city of blast walls and razor wire




US troops may stay in Afghanistan until 2024




Taliban suicide assault team strikes in Kabul




US troops weather rockets, recoilless rifles, and grenades in Sabari

28grenade03_90.jpgA US patrol hunts insurgents in the village of Majiles in Sabari district. The aftermath of a grenade attack, which wounded six US troops, highlights the difficulty of partnered operations with Afghan forces.


State Department: Iran the 'most active state sponsor of terrorism'

The US State Department released its annual Country Reports on Terrorism yesterday. The report mentions Iran's support of the Taliban and refusal to bring senior al Qaeda terrorists to justice.


US to Arm Afghan Forces with Unique Equipment




Taliban says attacked British, U.N. offices in Kabul




Pakistan says it can bring Haqqani to peace talks




NATO shifts training focus to Afghan needs




Insurgent Attacks Take Toll on Afghan Civilians


 
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