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Afghans not treated as foreigners in Khyber Pahktunkhwa

Taliban cut cellphone service in Helmand

Bin Laden sets alarm bells ringing

Libyan opposition leader wasn't held at Guantanamo

Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and HIG commanders and fighters in Helmand, Kandahar, Khost, and Baghlan. The Taliban killed an Afghan Local Police commander and a child in an attack at a mosque in Uruzgan. Twenty-two Taliban fighters in Baghlan reconciled with the government.

Pakistan - Spring thaw means the return of terror operations

Defense task force on Afghanistan development unravels

ISAF again targets the IMU in Samangan

Thousands of Afghan Taliban laying down arms: US

Cold water from the Taliban

Security forces killed and captured several Taliban, Haqqani Network, and IMU leaders and fighters in Helmand, Ghazni, Kandahar, Ghazni, Khost, and Samangan. ISAF helicopter gunships accidentally killed two civilians while attacking Haqqani Network leaders in Khost. The Taliban forced cell phone providers to shut down their towers in Helmand.

Afghan reconstruction

Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and Haqqani Network leaders and fighters in Helmand, Khost, Logar, and Baghlan. ISAF said an airstrike in Khost killed two Haqqani Network facilitators; Afghan officials said four civilians were killed. The Taliban killed a policeman in Uruzgan.


Reconciliation to be based on Afghan Constitution

Russia endorses NATO success in Afghanistan

Afghan president urges Taliban not to burn schools but to join peace talks

Pakistan's president vows, again, to fight extremism

ISAF captures IMU leader who ran terror camps in Afghan north

The unnamed IMU commander ran "multiple IMU training camps and was involved with the facilitation and movement of fighters in and out of Samangan training camps, including fighters' movement to Pakistan."

Central Asia stands to gain as NATO shifts supply lines away from Pakistan