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Afghanistan - MoI Seeks UN's Help to Handle Pakistan




Engineer-turned-militia leader takes on Taliban




Missing context on the tribal 'Awakening' in Panjwai




Suicide bomber kills 10 Afghan students, 2 US soldiers

The suicide bomber targeted a US and Afghan Local Police patrol as it passed by a high school in Paktia province. The US has stepped up raids against the Haqqani Network in Paktia.


Thirteen Taliban fighters and four policemen were killed during clashes at police outposts in Nuristan. Afghan officials claimed that 33 Taliban fighters were killed in Badakhshan. ISAF helicopters gunned down six Haqqani Network fighters in Paktia.




Afghan Forces to Lead All Military Operations in Few Weeks: Govt




Denied visas, Afghans who translated for French army fear for their lives




Taliban denies involvement in suicide assault on Red Cross office




Taliban delegation visits Tehran to meet Iranian officials




The governor of Paktika claimed that 61 Taliban fighters were killed during operations near the Pakistani border. The Taliban killed two ISAF soldiers and an ISAF civilian, and four Afghans in Uruzgan.




IMU, Taliban launched joint suicide assault in Panjshir

IMU-Panjshir-2013-suicide-bombers.jpgThe Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan claimed the attack under the banner of the Taliban's spring offensive and said that it "is continuing its jihadi activities in the Khorasan region."


Afghan NDS disrupts Kabul terror plot




NATO summit on Afghan pullout in 2014




Corrupt Judiciary Making Nangarhar Unsafe: Provincial Governor




The Taliban denied that its fighters attacked a Red Cross office in Jalalabad with suicide four bombers. The Red Cross has suspended work in Afghanistan. Members of an anti-Taliban uprising in Ghazni claimed their group killed 25 enemy fighters. Afghan forces killed seven Taliban fighters in Logar.




Security forces killed three Taliban fighters in Kunduz while attempting to capture a Taliban commander involved in making suicide vests. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the east. A US soldier who murdered 16 Afghan civilians in Kandahar in 2012 will plead guilty to avoid the death penalty.




After vowing transparency, US mum on drone killing




The Taliban claimed credit for a suicide assault on the governor's compound in Panjshir; six memebrs of the assault team and a guard were killed. Three members of a suicide assault team and a guard were killed during an attack on a Red Cross office in Jalalabad.




Taliban launch second suicide assault in Jalalabad




Foreign insurgents sneak into Logar


 
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