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Corruption in Police causing insecurity: Afghan MOI

Afghanistan Plans to Create Stock Market: AISA

Afghanistan - Women Activists Slam Govt Silence Over Schoolgirl Murder

The Afghan National Army assumed security responsibility for seven eastern provinces: Nangarhar, Laghman, Kunar, Nuristan, Kapisa, Parwan, and Panjshir. Security forces killed three insurgents after an ambush in Paktia. A schoolgirl involved in a polio vaccination program in Kapisa was shot dead by suspected Taliban assassins.

ANSF Takes Over 7 Eastern Provinces

Afghanistan Tops Most Corrupt Countries Index

Clinton says crucial countries meet Afghan funding pledges

ISAF launches 2 raids targeting al Qaeda-linked commanders

Special operations forces killed an al Qaeda leader in Kunar and captured an Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan facilitator in Kunduz.

US Senate Approves Dunford as Commander for Afghanistan

Afghan Interior Minister Pledges Reforms to Security

Pakistan's Hazara Shiites Under Siege

The Taliban killed five civilians in a bombing in Uruzgan and two ISAF soldiers in an IED attack in the south. Security forces killed eight Taliban fighters in Zabul and Faryab. Ismail Khan will remain the Minister of Energy and Water despite rebuilding his militia in the west.

Afghanistan to have strong air force by 2016: Azimi

Afghanistan - Ismail Khan Retains Position as Energy Minister

ISAF kills IMU/Taliban district commander in Afghan north

Shukrullah "was the senior IMU/Taliban leader in the Almar district of Faryab province" and the "other two individuals killed with him were known Taliban insurgents."

Risk is at heart of debate on troop withdrawal

The quiet pain of insider shootings in Afghanistan

A Taliban suicide assault team killed three Afghan guards and four civilians in an attack on FOB Fenty in Nangarhar; nine Taliban fighters were also killed. The Taliban killed killed three civilians in a suicide attack in Uruzgan yesterday and an ISAF soldier in the south. Police claimed to have killed 27 Taliban fighters.

DIA to send hundreds more spies overseas

NATO aims to repair Russia ties despite Patriot row