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Afghan, Foreign Officials Meet to Review National Security




US Troop Pullout Affects India-Pakistan Rivalry




Security forces killed 17 Taliban fighters in Baghlan, six fighters in Kunduz, and five more in Herat, and detained 49 suspects in Wardak. The Taliban wounded 15 people in a suicide attack in Kandahar.




The Lasting Toll Of An Afghan Suicide Bombing




Australian, ISAF troops hunt down Afghan soldier involved in 2011 green-on-blue attack

Ghazi-Muhammad-Rozi.pngMohammed Roozi, who wounded three Australian soldiers and two Afghan troops in an attack in Uruzgan, was killed in the northern province of Takhar.


Afghanistan - US general expects spike in violence before winter




Cameron Handed 70,000-Name Afghan Interpreters Petition




The Taliban offerred to free a female member of parliament and two other civilians who have recently been kidnapped in Ghazni in exchange for eight Taliban fighters currently in prison. Security forces killed a Taliban commander in Badakhshan province.




Ex-NATO Chief: 15,000 Troops Should Stay In Afghanistan After 2014




Afghanistan - Police officials involved in drug trade: Salangi




Afghanistan - Former IEC Chief Casts Doubt on Election Security




The Taliban kidnapped and then executed eight civilians in the Muqur district in Ghazni, and killed two civilians in Uruzgan, a government official in Kandahar, and a tribal leader in Jawzjan. The Interior Ministry said that 14 Taliban fighters were killed in operations across the country.




Afghan Taliban dismiss "illogical" Indian claim over Kashmir clash




Afghanistan objected for imposing exit tax on Australian military




Insurgent Activity on the Rise in Badghis




Pakistani Al-Qaeda and Haqqani Network Pose Threat to Afghanistan: Security Officials




AP Interview: US General Says Afghan Deal Vital




Islamic Jihad Union fighters attack US base, plant 'anti-helicopter' mine

The IJU continues to operate in eastern Afghanistan. The group said that fighters from Russia, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan as well as Pashtuns participated in attacks on US bases, and that the fighters have deployed a mine designed to down a US Apache.


Sweden to keep women focus in Afghan aid




Taliban forcibly collect usher in Paktika


 
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