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Afghan officials: insurgency growing in southwest




NATO Secretary General Rasmussen said security should begin to be transitioned to Afghan forces by the end of 2010. The Taliban killed nine civilians in an IED attack in Kandahar, three civilians in a suicide attack in Zabul, and two ISAF soldiers in an IED attack in the south. Joint forces detained an undisclosed number of Taliban and al Qaeda fighters in Logar and Zabul.




CIA, military rely heavily on Predator drones




NATO warns Afghan success not yet assured




New plan to woo Afghan Taliban could harm villages




Renewed threat to Afghan supply line




Militia is said to be target of Afghan wedding attack




Afghan president 'has lost faith in US ability to defeat Taliban'




Finances improve for developing Afghan forces




Afghanistan -Taleban hang 7-year-old boy to punish family




A suicide bomber killed 40 Afghans at a wedding party in Kandahar. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the south. Security forces detained a Haqqani Network facilitator and an undisclosed number of fighters in Khost.




Afghanistan - Taliban aim at officials in a wave of killings




Nato-led Kandahar operation 'to go slower than planned'




Suicide bomber kills 40 at wedding in Kandahar

The attack took place in the Arghandab district just north of Kandahar City. An additional 74 people are reported to have been wounded.


HIV needles buried with bombs as Taliban uses 'despicable' tactics to fight British troops




Video of US strike that killed top Taliban commander in Kandahar




The Taliban shot down a helicopter in Helmand, killing four US soldiers; killed a British soldier; and executed an Afghan child for "spying" in Helmand. Afghan and Coalition forces killed 19 Taliban and al Qaeda fighters in Paktika and detained an IED commander and several Taliban fighters in Kandahar.




Gates: Progress in Afghan war must come this year




No peace with Taliban without women's rights: activist




Interview with Afghan warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar: Can peace talks succeed?


 
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