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The bodies of seven Afghan soldiers who were captured by the Taliban last week and then executed were found in Zabul. Security forces killed seven Taliban fighters in Kandahar, Wardak, and Paktika. The NDS captured a Taliban suicide attack planner and executioner in Paktika.




Inside Syrian town living under al Qaeda reign of fear




US trashes, sells its unwanted gear in Afghanistan




Afghan Militant Group Faces Unusual Discontent




Afghan Parliament Demands Follow-Up To Infamous Baghlan Killings




Tajik leader extending long rule in volatile region




A Taliban suicide bomber killed a British soldier in Lashkar Gah in Helmand; another suicide bomber killed only himself in Spin Boldak in Kandahar. Five Taliban fighters and a policeman were killed in a clash in Nangarhar. Security forces captured two IMU fighters in Kabul.




Afghan intel captures 2 IMU fighters in Kabul

IMU-Pak-training-camp-SITE.jpgThe Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan fighters trained in Pakistan's Taliban-controlled tribal agency of North Waziristan and were involved in recent fighting in the northeastern Afghan province of Badakhshan.


Insecurity in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province restricts voter registration teams




US troops stay vigilant in combating insider threat




Afghan security officials claimed that police and army units killed 17 Taliban fighters during operations. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier on Nov. 3. President Karzai denounced the US' killing of Pakistani Taliban emir Hakeemullah Mehsud.




As US withdraws from Afghanistan, poppy trade it spent billions fighting still flourishes




American, NATO officials offer mixed reports on readiness of Afghan troops ahead of withdrawal




Afghanistan - Neighbors' Concerns Irrelevant to BSA Signing: MPs




Angry Pakistan to assess US ties after killing of militant disrupts talks




The Afghan Taliban denounced the US' killing of Pakistani Taliban emir Hakeemullah Mehsud in a drone strike in North Waziristan. Security forces killed a suicide bomber in Khost.




Afghan Taliban denounce 'cowardly US drone attack' that killed Hakeemullah Mehsud

"If America believes that by martyring Mujahideen they will somehow create a void and reach their selfish aims then they are greatly mistaken," the Afghan Taliban also said.


Pakistani Taliban name new emir after Hakeemullah killed in drone strike: report

Khan Said, who is also known as Sajna Mehsud, is said to have been appointed to lead the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan.


Afghanistan probes Taliban execution video of Afghan soldiers




US drone strike kills 3 'militants' in North Waziristan

The strike is the first recorded in Pakistan in a month, and took place in an area administered by the al Qaeda-linked Haqqani Network.
 
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