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Security forces killed a Taliban district governor and 20 fighters in Faryab. The Taliban killed a district governor and a bodyguard in Farah, and two ISAF soldiers in the south.




No Change in Stance on Durand Line, US Says




Pakistan Taliban threaten another child activist after Malala shooting




New Afghan Force Expands Role




Test of Afghan Pullout Leaves Residents Fearful




A police chief, four police officers, five soldiers, and a Taliban district chief and three fighters were killed during a clash in Herat. ISAF said it may have accidentally killed three civilians during a raid in Logar. The Taliban killed a US soldier in the east.




Afghanistan - Deadly Clash in Herat Over Stolen School Books




Kabul slams Grossman's remarks on Durand Line




The Taliban killed three policemen in Khost, three civilians in Paktika, and a tribal leader in Helmand. Security forces killed a Taliban district leader and military commander in Wardak.




Afghan MPs Criticise Zardari 'Delay' of Insurgent Raid




Afghan security force's rapid expansion comes at a cost as readiness lags




Seventeen Taliban fighters, a policeman, and a soldier were killed in clashes in Zabul and Farah. The Taliban killed an Australian soldier in Uruzgan.




Analysis: Waziristan finally off US agenda?




War Against Terrorism 'Unwinnable' Unless Pakistan Fights: Afghan Ministry of Interior




Afghan Govt Joins Call for Insurgents to Not Use 'Roadside' Bombs




Taliban Denies Roadside Bombs Cause Most Afghan Deaths




Afghan Insider Attacks on West's Forces Corrode Trust




Two Afghan security personnel killed six of their fellow policemen in an attack in Helmand. A man dressed in an Afghan police uniform killed three more policemen in Khost. Two pro-government tribal elders were gunned down in Helmand. French forces are speeding up their withdrawal.




Al-Qaida in Afghanistan is attempting a comeback




Afghanistan feels pressure in hunt for Swat Taliban chief


 
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