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Afghan reconciliation: Kabul's top negotiator seeks release of Taliban prisoners




Pakistan urges all Afghan insurgents to pursue peace: Ambassador




The Taliban killed six civilians, including a baby, in an IED attack in Khost, and killed two more in an IED attack in Helmand. Afghan soldiers killed a British soldier and wounded another in Helmand, and wounded a Spanish soldier in Badghis. ISAF captured an IMU weapons facilitator in Kunduz.




ISAF captures another IMU weapons facilitator in Kunduz




Afghan soldier kills ISAF trooper in Helmand

An ISAF soldier was also wounded in the insider, or green-on-blue, attack. There have been 42 such attacks this year, resulting in the deaths of 60 ISAF personnel.


Afghan soldiers attack Spanish troops in Badghis




Afghan forces make tenuous gains in Helmand




Soldier's insider attack story is part of training




For Afghan troops, donkeys are the new helicopters




No breakthrough in Taliban talks expected before 2014: Afghanistan




Pakistan terror toll fails to stir offensive




The Taliban killed an ISAF solider in the east. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban fighters and commanders. Sweden will reduce the number of troops in country from 500 to 200 by the end of 2013.




Afghan troops take the lead against Taliban in Helmand




Militants have infiltrated police ranks: Afghan Ministry of Interior




North Waziristan operation is Pakistan's internal matter: Olson




The Taliban killed 12 civilians and eight security personnel in four bombings; three policemen were killed in a suicide attack in Kandahar; five soldiers were killed in an IED attack in Laghman; and 12 civilians were killed in IED attacks in Helmand and Zabul.




UK - Five Marines charged with murdering Taliban prisoner will not be named during their trial




Pakistan restores fuel supply for NATO troops in Afghanistan




Obama must concentrate on militants sanctuaries in Pakistan: Karzai spokesman




Pakistan - Two NATO tankers reach Torkham


 
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