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Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Ghazni, Khost, and Badghis. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the east. Fifteen Taliban fighters reconciled with the government in Herat.




Unity among North Waziristan groups crumbles




Osama bin Laden's escape: A tale of subterfuge and hard cash




Petraeus would helm an increasingly militarized CIA




New Afghan war leader helped nurture Sunni Awakening in Iraq




Strategic shift in Afghanistan seen under new US envoy




ISAF captures HIG's provincial commander for Khost

Special operation teams have hammered Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin's command in an area of Khost under the control of the Haqqani Network.


Pakistan urged Afghanistan to distance itself from the West, officials say




An Afghan pilot killed eight ISAF soldiers and a contractor in an attack in Kabul. The Taliban killed two policemen in Kunar and two ISAF troops in the south and the east. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and HIG commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Khost, and Paktika.




Yemen remains al Qaeda's ultimate breeding ground




Karzai told to dump US




Pakistan denies reports of efforts to split US, Afghanistan




Afghan pilot kills 8 US troops, contractor in Kabul attack

The pilot is said to have opened fire on the ISAF troops after a dispute at North Kabul International Airport. The Taliban claimed the attack.


Pentagon lists mosques where al-Qaida recruited, reveals WikiLeaks




How many al Qaeda operatives are now left in Afghanistan?




ISAF killed al Qaeda's operations chief for Kunar in an April 14 airstrike. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and Haqqani Network fighters in Helmand, Ghazni, Khost, Nangarhar, Laghman, Baghlan, and Badghis. Seventy-one Taliban fighters who escaped from a jail in Kandahar have been captured.




Taliban prison break may lead to military and political setback




Dossier shows push for more terror attacks after 9/11




Helmand River assessment




Saudi al Qaeda leader killed in Kunar airstrike

Abu-Hafs-al-Najdi.JPGAbu Hafs al Najdi, a Qaeda's operations chief in Kunar, was wanted by the Saudi government. ISAF said "more than 25 al Qaeda leaders and fighters" have been killed in Afghanistan over the past month.
 
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