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ISAF airstrike kills Taliban commander behind instability in central Afghanistan




After 22 months in Af-Pak hot seat, Grossman to 'return to private life'




The Taliban killed an ISAF solider yesterday in an IED attack in the south. Two people were killed after Afghan police forces clashed among themselves in Baghlan. ISAF killed a Taliban commander in Kunar.




Pakistan ranked 'most dangerous place for journalists' second year running




Human Rights Watch urges no amnesty for Afghan Taliban




Foreigners fanning sectarianism in Afghanistan: MPs




250 ISAF Bases Handed Over to Afghan Forces




Egypt at a Crossroads after Morsi Grants Himself Sweeping Powers




ISAF analysis shows Afghan violence remains worse than before surge

During a speech last week, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said that ISAF's analysis of the Afghan insurgency shows that the level of violence has decreased in 2011 and 2012. That is true when compared to 2010, a peak year for violence. But the level of violence remains worse than prior to the surge.


David Cameron set to decide on Afghanistan withdrawal timetable




US Looks to Set Size of Afghan Presence




The chequered tale of the Taliban 'boy commander'




Mystery shrouds 'rusted missiles of Afghan era' recovered from Jalozai Camp




Another IMU 'weapons facilitator' captured in northern Afghanistan

Reports of raids against al Qaeda and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan have decreased over the past two months, but "that does not indicate there were no missions executed, just that there was not a release issued," ISAF told LWJ.


Pakistan - Militant attack: Blast destroys shrine of 11th century saint




Notes from Afghanistan




Tragic violence against women on the rise in Afghanistan




Georgia ready to train Afghan forces




Classes Suspended After Student Dies in Kabul University Clash




Insurgents Losing the Afghan War: Katz


 
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