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Taliban suicide bombers strike in Kabul, Khost

The suicide attacks took place as US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was visiting the capital to discuss the handover of security to Afghan forces.

US Cancels Transfer of Bagram Prison to Afghans

Prominent Afghan political leader escapes another assassination attempt

Best man Afghan Taliban may replace top negotiator

'Hardliners tighten grip on Nangarhar University'

Three Afghan soldiers attacked a US military base in Kapisa province, and killed a civilian contractor. The three Afghan soldiers were killed. US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel made his first trip to Afghanistan.

Long Way Ahead in Fight for Afghan Women

Security forces killed 14 Taliban fighters during operations throughout the country. The Taliban killed three policemen in an IED attack in Farah. CENTCOM commander General Mattis said the US would equip the Afghan military with drones.

Mattis recommends post-2014 force of 20,000 in Afghanistan

Foreigners Behind Afghanistan's Instability: Karzai

Pakistani al Qaeda 'company' commander praises Mumbai attacker

Asmatullah Muawiya said that the executions of Ajmal Kasab and Afzal Guru will fuel a new round of attacks on India, and that Kashmir will become a focal point for jihadists after the US abandons Afghanistan.

A Taliban suicide assault team killed six policemen in an assault on a district center in Paktika. The Taliban killed 16 soldiers in Badakhshan. Taliban prisoners seized control of a British-funded prison in Helmand.

NATO chief backs proposal to keep more Afghan troops in place through 2018, despite expense

Dam and other Afghan projects being scaled back as U.S. picks up pace of withdrawalt

ISAF: No More Data On Taliban Attacks

Afghan Peace Process and Minorities' Concerns

Senior NATO and Afghan officials condemned the statement by the head Pakistani cleric that suicide attacks in Afghanistan are justifiable. Five Taliban fighters were killed in an uprising in Faryab. The Taliban killed a US soldier in the south on March 3.

Watchdog Says Afghan Government Must Act To Protect Media Gains

NATO expects decision on post-2014 Afghan force by mid-year

Zabul Peace Chief Resigns Over Governor Inaction