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Report: Ganjgal hero recommended for Medal of Honor

Taliban tour 'liberated' base in eastern Afghanistan

Taliban-Wardak-base.JPGThe videotape shows a large group of Taliban fighters at what appears to be an abandoned US military base in Wardak province.

White House Weighs Limits of Terror Fight

The Taliban killed four policemen in a bombing in Paktika. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Ghazni, Khost, Paktia, and Faryab.

The flaw in the US 'National Strategy for Counterterrorism'

Kabul Attack Led From Outside Afghanistan: MoI

The British trail to the Afghan jihad

Haqqanis: Growth of a militant network

The Mystery of Who Was Behind the Kabul Attacks

Medal of Honor recipient highlights Marine's valor as well as risks US troops faced under controversial rules of engagement

Eleven policemen, five civilians, and 11 Taliban fighters were killed during yesterday's fighting in Kabul. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Zabul, Khost, and Nangarhar.

Guantanamo recidivism rate climbs higher

During congressional testimony, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that the estimated recidivist rate for ex-Gitmo detainees has risen to 27 percent; 161 ex-Gitmo detainees are now either "confirmed" or "suspected" recidivists.

Nigeria militant group Boko Haram's attacks attract speculation

US Blames Kabul Assault on Pakistan-Based Group

Firefight in Panjwa'i

Afghan gunbattle: Troops kill Kabul insurgents

Special operations forces hunt IMU's top commander in Afghan northeast

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's leader for the Afghan north is connected to networks in Kabul and Ghazni, and facilitates suicide and other attacks.

China expands lead in Afghanistan energy auctions

Weight Problem Could Squander New Afghan Roads

Intelligence chiefs: al-Qaida far from done