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People flee as security forces, Afghan extremists clash in Dir

Tensions rise along Afghan-Pakistan border

Petraeus Confident as He Leaves Afghanistan

US looks to Pakistan border for Afghan endgame

The Taliban beheaded seven de-miners in Farah and killed a district governor in Badghis, three policemen in Kandahar, and three ISAF soldiers in the south and east. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Khost and Ghazni.

US-Afghan Strategic Talks Enter Second Phase

Violence Mounts in Karachi

Afghan-Pakistan border like 'house without door'

Afghanistan's Eastern Triangle new home to terror groups

Afghan insurgent attacks dip for first time: Petraeus

Porous and Violent, Afghan-Tajik Border Is a Worry for the US

Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leaders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Ghazni, Khost, Nangarhar, and Kunduz. An Afghan intelligence official killed an ISAF soldier and a civilian in Panjshir. A suicide bomber wounded nine people in an attack in Zabul. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the east.

Afghanistan: The Trouble With The Transition

Pakistan - Rehab for the radicalised

Night Raids Curbing Taliban, but Afghans Cite Civilian Toll

Leon Panetta says al Qaeda's defeat "within reach"

Special operations forces capture IMU explosives expert

Senior Shabaab commander rumored to have been killed in recent Predator strike

Ibrahim al Afghani fought in Afghanistan, traveled to Pakistan, is linked to top al Qaeda and Shabaab leaders, and is mentioned in the GITMO documents. The report of Afghani's death is unconfirmed.

The police chief of Doab district in Nuristan was kidnapped in Laghman province. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban leaders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Zabul, and Wardak.

Predator strikes are 'more like police work'?