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Afghan forces' apathy starts to wear on US platoon in Kandahar

Afghan and US forces killed 38 Haqqani Network fighters in Khost and detained a Taliban sub-commander and 11 fighters in Kunduz. The Taliban killed five civilians in an IED attack in Uruzgan and a French soldier in Kapisa. The UN said incidences of violence, including suicide attacks, have risen dramatically.

US, Afghan forces kill 38 Haqqani Network fighters in Khost

The joint forces battled more than 200 Haqqani Network fighters in the Musa Khel district.

Afghan insurgency on alarming rise: UN

Holbrooke: "Osama and Mullah Umar hiding near Pak-Afghan belt"

Some perspective on Afghanistan's mineral resources

Fewer Afghan civilians hurt, even with surge: NATO

Pakistan, Afghanistan begin talks about dealing with insurgents

Pakistan - Taliban recruiting unemployed youth from S Punjab: Khosa

The Taliban killed two US soldiers and one British soldier in separate attacks in the south, and five government-backed militiamen in Kunduz. Coalition and Afghan forces captured a Taliban commander in Zabul and two fighters in Kandahar.

Afghanistan through teenagers' eyes

Pakistan -The Taliban nexus

Afghanistan™s civic war

Afghan debate spotlights Pentagon's mixed messages

Prepare for tough summer in Afghanistan, Canadian commander warns

Afghanistan moves quickly to tap newfound mineral reserves

New Japan PM calls for 'good governance' in Afghanistan

Gates concerned about pessimism on Afghanistan

Afghan and Coalition forces killed 38 Haqqani Network fighters in Paktika, and captured a Taliban sub-commander in Kandahar. A suicide bomber killed only himself in Ghazni. The US military downplayed the importance of the December review of the situation in Afghanistan. The country's mineral wealth may be worth more than $3 trillion.

Pakistan support keeps Taliban alive: Former diplomat