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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.

Taliban Target MoE Officials to Stall Progress in Educational Sector

US in a Hurry to Ink BSA: Afghan Officials

Attack on Indian mission in Afghanistan raises specter of regional struggle

Jihadists launch suicide assault at Indian consulate in Jalalabad

Afghan officials claimed that 76 Taliban fighters, 22 policemen, and seven civilians were killed during two days of fighting in Nangarhar province; the Taliban claimed 84 policemen were killed. The Taliban killed a senior Afghan Army officer in Logar, three soldiers in Badghis, a policeman and two civilians in Faryab, and seven civilians in Kandahar.

Afghanistan-ISAF reach agreement to waive customs fines, penalties

Despite West's Efforts, Afghan Youths Cling to Traditional Ways

3 al Qaeda military 'training experts' killed in US drone strike in Pakistan

The three al Qaeda trainers reported killed in the July 28 strike in North Waziristan hailed from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Yemen.

Tunisia's Chaambi: Afghanistan-isation?

Afghanistan, U.S. near agreement on post-2014 force

Taliban step up operations in the north, ISAF buries head in sand

Aid Groups Warn of Afghan Security Vacuum

US Funds Afghan College Where Islamist Activists Dominate Campus

US auditor finds taxpayer money flowing to Taliban, Al Qaeda - but Army refuses to act

In Afghanistan, troop drawdown hems in US diplomats who oversee development

Taliban release video honoring 'Ghazi' who attacked ISAF soldiers, escaped custody

The Taliban video praises rogue Afghan National Army soldier Lambar Khan, who participated in a deadly July 9 "green-on-blue" attack at Kandahar Airfield, as well as a second rogue ANA soldier, Lieutenant Ihasanullah, who helped free Khan from custody a few days later. Both men are seen pledging allegiance to the Taliban.

The Taliban killed an Afghan Local Police commander, two officers, and six civilians in a bombing in Zabul. More than 80 British military advisers assisted the Afghan military in an operation to keep the Taliban from retaking control of the Sangin district in Helmand.