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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

Karzai Appeals to Taliban for Ceasefire, Changes Tone Negotiations

The Taliban killed 14 women and children in a bombing at a graveyard in Nangarhar. President Karzai said the Taliban should open a political office in Afghanistan.

The Taliban killed four civilians in an IED attack in Kandahar. The NDS captured 52 Pakistanis in Afghanistan over the past four months. The Taliban denied that two senior commanders were killed during recent fighting in Nangarhar.

Reading Between The Red Lines Of US-Afghan Security Talks

Excerpts from Washington Post interview with Egyptian Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi

In Afghanistan, a second Guantanamo

Five Taliban fighters and a policemen were killed in a clash in Farah. The Taliban killed a judge and three civilians in Kunduz and Bamyan. Security forces killed a suicide bomber in Uruzgan, captured seven suicide bombers and fighters in Kabul, and detained five Taliban fighters in Baghlan.

A suicide assault team killed nine children in a failed attack on the Indian consulate in Jalalabad in Nangarhar province. No group has claimed credit for the attack. The Haqqani Network, backed by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, has conducted attacks on Indian interests in the past.