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Taliban doubt safety of peace talks with Afghan govt




Afghanistan - Two visions of talking to the Taliban




US general refuses to budge on Afghan mission




In Afghanistan, Gates reaffirms commitment against insurgents




Taliban move into Kandahar City




Afghanistan - A heritage in ruins




Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Uruzgan, Kandahar, Zabul, Ghazni, Khost, Wardak, Nangarhar, and Baghlan. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in the south, and killed a police chief and kidnapped a member of the provincial council in Bamyan.




With friends like these, who needs the Taliban?




US Predators kill 5 'militants' in South Waziristan strike

The attack took place in Wana, an area controlled by Taliban and al Qaeda commander Mullah Nazir. Ilyas Kashmiri was among those killed.


German jihadi killed in Afghanistan, claims Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan spokesman

IMU-Afghan-Lightning-SITE.jpegMiqdad, a German citizen who is also known as "Abdullah the Essen," was killed while fighting US forces in Baghlan in April 2011. He wanted "to kill Germans."


Terrorists claim German jihadist dead in Afghanistan




Afghan suicide bomber 'spent six years in London'




US commander voices concern on impending Afghan drawdown




The decline of counter-insurgency doctrine




Taliban assassination in Takhar




India to strengthen Afghan security forces




Obama prepares for Afghan exit




Petraeus vows to keep civilian deaths to minimum




A poppy harvest in Helmand, undeterred




Security forces captured an al Qaeda leader in Balkh and killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Ghazni, Khost, Logar, and Balkh. The Taliban killed a German soldier in Baghlan and an ISAF soldier in the south. Thirteen Taliban fighters reconciled with the government in Kunduz.


 
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