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A civilian cargo plane crashed shortly after takeoff at Bagram Field, killing all seven people on board. Joint security forces arrested a Haqqani Network leader in Khost, a Taliban leader and Taliban facilitator in Kandahar, and confirmed the death of an Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leader in Baghlan on April 9.




Solidarity of Pakistani Taliban with Afghan Taliban Raises Concerns




Haqqani Network's Taj Mir Jawad subgroup targeted in raid

Taj Mir Jawad is a co-leader of the Kabul Attack Network, and is a senior commander in the al Qaeda-linked Haqqani Network.


CIA Delivers Cash to Afghan Leader's Office




Four ISAF soldiers were killed when an aircraft crashed in Zabul. A policeman killed two of his colleagues in Paktia. The Taliban announced the start of the Khalid bin Waleed spring offensive. The departing French ambassador had harsh words about the situation in Afghanistan.




Public uprising against Pakistani and Afghan Taliban in Kunar




40 Percent of Insurgency In 10 Afghan Districts: ISAF




Taliban promise suicide assaults, 'insider attacks' in this year's spring offensive

The "Khalid bin Waleed spring operation" will include the use "special military tactics," "collective martyrdom operations," and "insider attacks," against Coalition personnel.


Afghanistan remains source of terror: Nazarbayev




The Taliban killed 45 civilians in an IED attack in Kandahar. A policeman killed six of his colleagues in Takhar. A hail storm damaged 50 ISAF helicopters based at Kandahar Air Field.




Taliban set conditions to release foreingers held in Logar




Afghan Powerful Figures Facilitate Release of Arrested Kidnappers




ISAF commander General Dunford said there is "improved security across the country." Security forces captured eight Pakistani Taliban fighters in Panjwai district in Kandahar.




Civilian casualties have risen by 30 percent over the past three months when compared with last year. Sixteen Taliban fighters and five policemen were killed in Faryab. The Taliban killed five children in a bombing in Kandahar. Turkey will keep some troops in Afghanistan after NATO pulls out at the end of 2014.




Turkistan Islamic Party releases video of children in training

Turkistan-Islamic-Party-kiddie-training-video.jpgIn the video, the children, some of whom appear to be no older than six, are shown firing handguns, AK-47 assault rifles, and a PKM machine-gun.


Taliban 'little commandos' in terror camp training video




NATO-Russia Council expands support to Afghan Air Force




Civilian casualties increased by 30 percent in Afghanistan: UN




An Afghan policeman killed three of colleagues in Faryab, then killed a Taliban commander and himself. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers in the east, four civilians in Kandahar, and a prosecutor, his wife, and three civilians in Faryab.




Afghan Diplomats Do Not Return, Seek Asylum: Experts


 
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