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Russia opposes long-term US bases in Afghanistan

Security forces killed more than 30 Taliban fighters in Kunar and detained several Taliban and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Ghazni, Zabul, and Khost. A suicide bomber killed nine Afghans in Khost. The Taliban killed three police in Nangarhar. A man dressed in an Afghan Army uniform killed three German soldiers in Baghlan.

US helos kill more than 30 Taliban fighters in Kunar

The Taliban fighters were killed during a four-hour-long engagement with a US air weapons team.

Taliban suicide bomber kills 9 in eastern Afghanistan

The suicide bomber appears to have been targeting the provincial governor. Women and children were among those killed.

Afghan imams wage political battle against US

Watch over Karamanda

Afghan women fear losing safe houses

US-funded militia in Helmand province to be expanded

Security forces killed and captured several Taliban, Haqqani Network, and HIG commanders and fighters during raids in Kandahar, Helmand, Ghazni, Khost, Wardak, and Parwan. The Taliban killed a policeman and a civilian in Kunduz, and an ISAF soldier in the east.

Kidnap and ransom: negotiating lives for cash

No refuge from fear in Afghanistan, even at prayer

HIG media emir, military commander detained in Afghan raids

A HIG media emir involved with suicide attacks in Kabul and linked to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan was captured in Parwan. And in Khost, the commander of a 50-man HIG cell was captured.

Hamid Karzai's brother under US grand jury investigation

Afghanistan violence to rise in 2011: US military

A history of anti-Americanism in Pakistan

Afghan transit pact stalls on smuggling

ISAF detains Taliban commander operating from Pakistan

ANA-US SOG night raid

Analysis: Gap in Pakistan Predator strikes not unusual

predator-uav.jpgThe current pause in strikes is the third-longest since the US ramped up strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas in 2008.

NATO chief Petraeus to leave post by end of year: report