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NATO, Russia declares helicopter fund for Afghanistan




Assassinated Kandahar police chief was optimistic about security




President Obama said the US withdrawal starting this summer is "not just a token gesture" and expects significant troops to leave the country. The Taliban killed Kandahar's chief of police. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban, IMU, and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Paktika, and Logar.




Afghan defense ministry to prevent insurgents infiltrating Afghan forces




Slow government development threatens Swat military




Turkey in talks on Taliban office in Istanbul




Suicide bomber assassinates Kandahar police chief

Brigadier General Khan Mohammad Mujahid is the latest senior Afghan official murdered by the Taliban in its assassination campaign in the southern province.


Clinton warns against hasty Afghan withdrawal




Pakistan would back Taliban office in Turkey: official




A suicide assault team killed three policemen in Paktia; four Afghans were wounded in suicide attacks in Kabul and Kandahar. Security forces killed and captured al Qaeda, Taliban, and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Zabul, Khost, Logar, Baghlan, Faryab, and Jawzjan.




Ex-Afghan minister: Iran paid Karzai as early as 2003




Afghan Taliban intelligence network embraces the new




Suicide assault team hits Afghan police training facility

The Taliban have carried out six suicide attacks in Afghanistan over the past two days.


101st Memorial




New CIA drone attack draws rebuke from Pakistan




ISAF captures al Qaeda, HIG commanders in east, kills Taliban commissioner in the north




Al-Qaeda sees opportunity in peace




Haqqani Network/IMU facilitator targeted in Afghan east

The commander "assists the networks with the acquisition, movement and employment [of] foreign fighters, including Iranians."


Suicide bombers killed 10 Afghans, including a prominent tribal leader, in Kunar, and wounded 13 more in Kandahar and Kapisa. The Taliban killed five road workers in Nangarhar and a civilian in Logar. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban, Haqqani Network, IMU, and HIG commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Faryab, Khost, Nangarhar, Paktika, Wardak, Logar, and Ghazni.




Interview with NATO Head Rasmussen: 'There is no military solution to the Libya conflict'


 
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