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Insurgents Intensify Terror Activity in Eastern Nangarhar




The Taliban killed seven Afghan soldiers and the brother of President Karzai's national security advisor in separate attacks. Afghan officials claimed that 15 Taliban fighters were killed in an ISAF airstrike in Logar. A district chief in Nangarhar was dismissed after complaining about the rise of Taliban activity in the province.




Nascent Afghan Air Force struggles to add air assault capability




Afghan officials claimed that 20 Taliban fighters were killed during operations in Ghazni and Paktia. An Afghan soldier who killed a Slovakian soldier last week escaped from prison with the aid of his supervisor. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in the east.




No Taliban Reprieve During Ramadan In Afghanistan




As US Role in Military Support Draws Down, India's Role Picks Up




Ex-Afghan spy chief criticize US for 'zero option' on troops




US Senators Admonish Obama Over Haqqani-ISI Relationship




The Road to Ghazni: Bombs, battles and blockades




Education under attack from terrorists: Karzai




Security forces killed 12 Pakistani Taliban fighters during a raid on a compound in Kandahar's Arghistan district. Ten more Taliban fighters, including two "foreigners," were killed in an airstrike in Logar.




Al Qaeda video highlights fighting in Ghazni




A suicide bomber killed three people in an attack at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Kabul. Three insurgent commanders were among eight people killed during fighting in Kunduz.




Afghan army struggles with lack of reach




The Taliban killed three civilians and two policemen in two separate IED attacks in Helmand province. The Obama administration's top spokesman confirmed that the "zero option," where no US troops would be stationed in Afghanistan after 2014, is still being considered.




Afghan Taliban lauded suicide bombings days before opening 'political office'

Six days before the Taliban opened their de facto embassy in Qatar, the group published a defense and justification of suicide bombings.


White House happy to talk peace terms with Taliban




In Pakistan, army adamant on fighting the other Taliban




A brand-new US military headquarters in Afghanistan. And nobody to use it.




Pakistan Taliban sack spokesperson in sign of growing divisions


 
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