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Taliban suicide bomber assassinates senior politician in Afghan north

The head of the provincial council in Baghlan province and 13 others were killed by a Taliban suicide bomber who was dressed as a policeman.


Ministry of Defence To Mobilise Paktika Forces: Officials




Afghanistan to Sign Security Agreement Once the War Ends




Prominent anti-Taliban police chief killed in western Afghanistan




Police Officers Are Targets in Wave of Afghan Violence




Efforts to Strengthen Afghan Law on Women May Backfire




The Taliban killed nine people and wounded dozens more in a secured upscale neighborhood in Kandahar, and killed two more Afghans in bombings in Khost and Paktika. The Taliban assassinated a district police chief in Farah.




Angry Afghan MPs halt debate on women's rights




Security forces killed nine Taliban fighters in an airstrike in Paktika province and seven more in Ghazni. Russia is considering deploying troops to the Afghan-Tajik border, citing a "general destabilization of the situation" in northern Afghanistan.




ISAF targets al Qaeda facilitator in eastern Afghanistan

The International Security Assistance Force has balked at mentioning al Qaeda in press releases since the end of January.


A Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin suicide bomber killed 6 Americans and nine Afghans in an attack in Kabul. Special operations forces targeted an al Qaeda-linked Taliban commander in Kunar province.




Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin suicide bomber in Kabul kills 6 Americans, 9 Afghans

The Taliban's spring offensive promised a renewed focus on suicide attacks targeting ISAF forces. Today's suicide bombing in a residential area also injured 39 Afghan civilians.


Afghanistan imposes $1b illegitimate taxes on US-funded projects




Afghanistan - Zahir Qadir Must Provide Capital Legitimizing Documents: Analysts




US Special Operations Step Up in Afghanistan




The Taliban killed four US soldiers in Kandahar and three Georgian soldiers and three civilians in Helmand in IED attacks over the past 24 hours. The Taliban forced 40 schools in Zabul to shut down. More than 150 schoolgirls and five teachers were poisoned in Herat.




Taliban Keep Up Campaign to Win Public Support




Tensions Rise Between Kabul and Berlin Ahead of Withdrawal




Afghanistan - TAPI pipeline to spur regional uplift: US




Taliban Shuts 40 Schools In Southern Zabul Province: Officials


 
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