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Afghan forces prepare to retake district in Nuristan

Swat Taliban used grievances: World Bank

The Taliban killed a police official in Logar. A suicide bomber wounded seven soldiers and three civilians in Kabul. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Helmand, Jawzjan, Ghazni, and Paktia.

Taliban seen stirring mob to violence in Afghanistan

US-Pakistan intelligence operations frozen since January

UN killings raise Afghan transition fears

The spar in Salaam Bazaar

Raids on ex-Taliban threaten Afghan peace process, diplomats warn

Security forces killed and captured dozens of Taliban and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Helmand, Paktia, Baghlan, Jawzjan, Kapisa. The Taliban killed a district police chief in Sar-i-Pul.

Taliban get Afghanistan aid money

Pakistan - Fighting flares in northwest between security forces and suspected militants

Terror suspects held weeks in secret

Afghan interior minister: Afghan forces not ready for security transition

US: FARC, Taliban are among largest traffickers

Afghanistan: Profiting by posing as the Taliban

The Taliban killed four security officials in a suicide assault in Kandahar and killed an ISAF soldier in the east. Security forces killed and captured scores of Taliban, HIG, and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Helmand, Uruzgan, Parwan, Kandahar, Ghazni, Wardak, Logar, and Faryab. A Taliban fighter in Sar-i-Pul was killed after locals refused to pay a mandatory tax.

Special operations forces raid 'Taliban safe haven' in Afghan north

ISAF identified another "safe haven," this time in the district of Qaisar in Faryab. Special operations teams also killed the Afghan policeman who killed two ISAF troops in Faryab on April 4.

Al-Qaeda 'setting up training centres in Afghanistan'

Taliban suicide assault team strikes Kandahar police, kills 6

The Mullah Dadullah Front, a radical Taliban subgroup closely linked to al Qaeda, is likely behind today's complex attack.

Al Qaeda never left Kunar, and other problems with US intel