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Report: British intelligence agency funded Taliban impostor

International jihadists use Karachi as hub

No honeymoon for NATO's 'enduring partnership' In Afghanistan

ISAF denies helicopters struck inside Pakistan

For the second time this week, ISAF denied reports that its helicopters penetrated Pakistani airspace in North Waziristan.

Afghanistan: DoD report shows increase in violence

MI6 'blamed for Taliban impostor'

Karzai aide blames British for bringing Taliban impostor to talks

Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Uruzgan, Ghazni, Khost, and Logar. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south.

UK-based Taliban spend months fighting Nato forces in Afghanistan

Karzai government challenges election results

Taliban commander linked to Iran and al Qaeda targeted in Farah

Special operations teams have targeted al Qaeda-linked cells in the western Afghan province four times this month.

Pakistani minister ♥ the Taliban

Into Taliban territory: the beginnings of the Tarbuz Guzar militia

Coalition forces killed the Taliban's top military leader in northern Helmand and 10 other fighters in an airstrike on Nov. 20. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban and Haqqani Network commanders and fighters in Helmand, Khost, Paktia, and Logar. The Taliban killed five village elders in Faryab and an ISAF soldier in the south. In Baghlan, 90 Taliban fighters surrendered.

Oops ... wrong man!

Taliban commanders killed or captured by British troops

Sign of Afghanistan war gains proves false

Pentagon: Progress 'uneven' in Afghanistan war

Problems in one province delay Afghan election; re-vote possible, officials say

Senior Taliban military commander killed in Helmand

Mullah Abdul Qayoum, the Taliban's shadow governor for the district of Sangin, was killed in an ISAF airstrike on Nov. 20. Qayoum commanded an estimated 600 to 800 Taliban fighters and served as a key link to the Taliban leadership in Pakistan.