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Afghan prisoners' number sees 13-fold increase in 10 years

Australia's military role in Afghanistan pending US decision

Taliban still handling prosecutions in parts of Afghanistan

Afghan Analysts Differ on US Withdrawal Plan

Another IMU leader captured in Afghanistan as Obama announces US force cut

Afghan National Security Forces take over security operations

Afghan National Security Forces combat units are taking over the lead in security operations from the US and ISAF. However, substantial work remains in building the combat support units.

Army veteran Clinton Romesha receives Medal of Honor for Afghan fight

Timbuktu: al-Qaeda's terrorist training academy in the Mali desert

The Qatar initiative: JUI-F chief features in Doha talks

General Dunford has assumed command of ISAF. ISAF has begun to withdraw equipment from Afghanistan via Pakistan. Security forces killed 11 Taliban fighters in Helmand.

The Taliban killed six civilians in an IED attack in Helmand and a policeman in a bombing in Herat. Police killed five Taliban fighters in operations throughout the country. ISAF captured an IMU leader in Burkah.

US Sets Stage for Exodus from Afghanistan

Some Taliban prisoners released by Pakistan are back in battle, officials fear

Local Powerbrokers Behind Illegal Mining: Afghan Govt

Why Pakistan should not talk to the TTP

2 IMU leaders captured in northern Afghanistan

Additionally, ISAF captured a senior Taliban commander who worked with the Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin and who facilitated suicide attacks.

Special operations forces killed a Taliban leader in Kunduz, and captured an Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan commander and nine insurgents in Takhar, Logar, and Kandahar. ISAF disputed a UN report that said hundreds of Afghan children were killed during raids last year.

The Taliban killed a police chief and three bodyguards in Balkh and claimed that eight soldiers defected in Ghazni. An ISAF helicopter crashed in Kapisa; the Taliban claimed they shot it down.

Ahmadzai Claims Spy Agencies Oppose Afghan Local Police

For US Leader in Afghan War, Much Time Making Peace