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Pierre Borghi: How I gave the Taliban the slip




Herat governor resigns under pressure




Report: Afghanistan, leading producer and cultivator of opium in the world




Persistent Taliban Attacks Leave Peace Process Feeble




The Taliban killed five members of the Afghan Local Police in Faryab and two policemen in Nangarhar. Fifty schoolgirls were poisoned in Paktia. Seventeen Taliban fighters reconciled with the government in Herat.




The Taliban killed six policemen and 11 civilians in IED attacks in Kandahar and Uruzgan. A Taliban suicide assault team penetrated security at the presidential palace and CIA station in Kabul before being killed.




Protections For Women Under Threat In Afghanistan




Taliban launch suicide assault on Presidential palace, CIA HQ in Kabul

The suicide assault team penetrated the perimeter at one of the most secured areas in Kabul and clashed with Afghan and US forces for nearly two hours before being defeated.


The Taliban denied reports that it lowered its flag and removed the name "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan" from its "political office" in Qatar. Five policemen defected to the Taliban in Zabul.




Taliban insist on using 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan,' flying flag at Qatar 'political office'




The Taliban killed seven policemen in Uruzgan, seven soldiers in Parwan, and two ISAF soldiers in the south. The Taliban denied that 46 of its fighters were killed in Parwan. The Taliban said it was given permission by the Qatari government to raise its flag at the "Political office of The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan."




Afghans rush to learn risky art of defusing bombs




Taliban vows to continue fight despite peace negotiations




Taliban Representatives in Qatar Were Sent By Pakistan: Saleh




Afghan Taliban balk at removing flag, official name from 'political office' in Qatar




Taliban's shadow governor for Nuristan again reported killed in airstrike

Dost-Mohammed-AJ.jpgThe governors of Kunar and Nuristan provinces in Afghanistan claimed that Sheikh Dost Mohammed was killed in a US drone strike. Dost Mohammed's death is unconfirmed, and Afghan officials have claimed he was killed one other time already this year.


Fifteen Taliban fighters and six Afghan soldiers were killed in clashes throughout the country. The Taliban killed an Australian soldier in Uruzgan. "Gunmen" killed four tribal leaders in Faryab.




Interview: Taliban Spokesman Says Qatar Office Marks Beginning Of Political Track




US Talks with Taliban in Doha Mark Capitulation in Afghanistan




How Qatar came to host the Taliban


 
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