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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.




Afghan soldier kills 2 ISAF troops in latest green-on-blue attack

The two ISAF soldiers were killed in western Afghanistan. So far this year, there have been six such attacks, which account for 13 percent of ISAF's deaths.


US Names New Envoy to Afghanistan, Pakistan




Pakistan Building Up Military Check-Posts in Kunar: Governor




Karzai urges Taliban to fight Afghan enemies after Pakistan clash




Benazir assassination case: FIA prosecutor gunned down




The continuing appeal of suicide attacks




Pakistani Taliban praise bin Laden by 'waging jihad for the Caliphate'

Ihsanullah-Ishan-OBL-video.jpg"We dedicate all our activities for the next decade to Sheikh Osama bin Laden," Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan spokesman Ihsanullah Ihsan said in a video praising the slain al Qaeda leader.


Young German Jihadists Fight on Side of Rebels in Syrian War




Taliban 'Slim-Fast diet' allows French hostage to escape




ISAF targets 'insurgent leader' linked to Haqqanis, Pakistani Taliban, and 'Arabs'

The insurgent leader runs a training camp somewhere along the Afghan-Pakistan border and commands more than 100 fighters, including suicide bombers.


Afghan Forces Will Lead All Military Operations in Two Months: MoD




The Taliban assassinated a member of the High Peace Council in Helmand and captured 28 policemen in Faryab. Security forces killed six Taliban fighters in Ghazni. Pakistani and Afghan troops clashed in Nangarhar.




Afghanistan: UK's best armoured vehicle overcome by Taliban for first time




Taliban assassinate member of Afghan High Peace Council

The Taliban have now assassinated three senior members of the peace council since the end of the summer of 2011. The attack was likely executed by the Mullah Dadullah Front.


The Taliban killed three ISAF soldiers and nine Afghan civilians in bombings in the south and north, and freed 10 Afghan soldiers who were captured in Badakhshan. Video of yesterday's plane crash at Bagram has emerged on the Internet.




Police launch nighttime raids in Helmand




ISAF focusing efforts against IMU in Baghlan district


 
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