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Poppy Cultivation Rises in Badakhshan




Panjwai district chief of police: 'Pakistan has been trying to bring Afghanistan under its control'

dcopsm03.jpgDistrict Chief of Police Lieutenant Colonel Sultan Mohammad discusses the roots of the insurgency, the Kandahar massacre, poppy eradication, and Panjwai's improvement in security.


A suicide bomber killed three people in Kapisa. Fifteen Taliban fighters and a police commander were killed in fighting in Laghman. Police killed four Taliban fighters in Ghazni. The Taliban kidnapped 11 deminers in Nangarhar.




Afghan senate urge US to remove Pakistan military from Goshta




'Iranian citizens' reported killed in ISAF airstrike




President Karzai said the US wants to maintain nine military bases in Afghanistan following the end of NATO combat operations in 2014. He said the US is requesting bases in Kabul, Bagram, Mazar-e-Sharif, Jalalabad, Gardez, Kandahar, Helmand, Shindand, and Herat, but Afghanistan must first be granted security guarantees.




US funds worth $50 million stolen from Afghan bank: SIGAR




Afghanistan - Senate Speaker Lashes Out at Foreign Troops Over Border Posts




Police killed eight protesters, who are said to have been infiltrated by "militants," at an anti-Pakistani demonstration. Militants killed three truck drivers during the protest. The Taliban killed five Afghan soldiers and a policeman in Farah, and three civilians in an IED attack in Helmand.




ISAF launches multiple raids against IMU as fighting season heats up

Raids against the al Qaeda-linked Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan continue at an unprecedented pace. There have been five raids against the group in Afghanistan so far this month and 26 this year.


The Taliban killed a police officer and wounded three more in an IED attack in Kunduz. President Karzai said the international community has failed to secure Afghanistan. Unemployment in Afghanistan rose by 500,000 over the past year.




Afghan Air Force Struggles To Take Off




Afghan defense ministry deny secret deal with Pakistan




US Marines successfully employ drone copters in Afghan war




New militant magazine appeals for help against drones




ISAF killed a wanted Saudi terrorist and an Afghan commander in Nuristan last week; both men have been linked to "Arab" elements of the insurgency. The Taliban killed four civilians in an IED attack in Farah.




Afghanistan - Paktika residents seek ALP deployment




Troops Casualties Will Not Affect Campaign in Afghanistan: ISAF




ISAF kills 2 'Arab'-linked commanders in Nuristan

Luhayb-Saudi-most-wanted.jpg One of those killed, Saleh Abd al Aziz Hamad al Luhayb, was wanted by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of the Interior. The International Security Assistance Force will not describe him and others with links to "Arabs" as al Qaeda.


An Afghan soldier killed two ISAF troops in the west. The Taliban killed five ISAF soldiers in Kandahar and another ISAF soldier in the north, and captured seven Afghan Local Policemen in Faryab.


 
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