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General Petraeus interview: the man who has al-Qaeda in his sights




BOOK REVIEW
The real AfPak deal
Inside al-Qaeda and the Taliban: Beyond Bin Laden and 9/11 by Syed Saleem Shahzad




Security forces killed 50 Haqqani Network fighters during a raid on a training camp in Paktika. Security forces also killed and captured several Taliban and IMU leaders and fighters, and one civilian, in Kandahar, Helmand, Zabul, and Takhar. The Taliban killed five civilians in an IED attack in Faryab.




'Pakistan nurtured terror groups, army projected India as threat'




ISAF, Afghan troops strike Haqqani Network 'encampment' in east

ISAF said that more than 50 Haqqani Network fighters were killed during a daylong battle in Paktika province.


Inside Darpa's Secret Afghan Spy Machine




CIA Trains Covert Units of Afghans to Fight the Taliban




Little progress in Taliban talks as handover begins




Two men who claimed to be British citizens were arrested in Herat for working with the Taliban. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Kandahar, Wardak, Laghman, Baghlan, and Balkh.




Audit Highlights Afghan Aid Woes




In southern Afghanistan, a modest transition




Germany Committed to Remain in Afghanistan Post 2014




Helmand handover 'will fail' unless Pakistan border can be secured




Bin Laden's Tora Bora escape, just months after 9/11




Afghan National Army update: July 2011




ISI knew about Baitullah-Zawahiri meet




Pakistan must act against Qaeda, Taliban in NWA, Balochistan: Petraeus




Afghanistan War 'Fragile' but Doable, General Says




Kandahar chief of police, 3 officers, 2 Taliban fighters killed in gunfight




A suicide bomber killed four Afghans in Herat. The Taliban killed four Afghan policemen in Kandahar. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Khost, Paktika, and Nangarhar.


 
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