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Pakistan - Operation in North Waziristan: PML-N fails govt move to get parliament's approval




Last weekend's suicide attack at an NDS headquarters in Kandahar that killed four Afghan intelligence operatives and two ISAF personnel was a green-on-blue attack. ISAF apologized for killing three civilians in an airstrike in Helmand on Oct. 14. The NDS killed a civilian during a raid in Kabul. ISAF captured a Taliban leader in Nangarhar who facilitated green-on-blue attacks. The NDS captured two Tajik IMU operatives.




Afghan Army's High Turnover Clouds US Exit Plan




A militia killed six Taliban fighters in Ghazni. Afghan officials said three civilians were killed in an airstrike in Helmand. Three health workers and their driver were kidnapped in Herat.




Germany Faces Logistical and Political Trouble in Afghanistan Drawdown




NATO Says New Framework Assures Afghan Stability After 2014




A quiet waiver for Pakistan from the Obama administration




Turkish jihadists eulogize slain German al Qaeda leader

Islamic World, a Turkish jihadist magazine, said that Bekkay Harrach fought against Israeli soldiers in the West Bank, traveled to Iraq, where he was wounded, and was detained by Syrian security forces. Harrach also lived with Atiyah Abd al Rahman in Pakistan.


Pakistani schoolgirl shot by Taliban sent to UK for treatment




Thousands of British troops to quit Afghanistan in 2013




Afghan MOI Concerned About Nangarhar's Unofficial Armed Groups




Afghan anti-Taliban leader prefers to go it alone against militants




A Taliban suicide bomber killed four Afghan intelligence officers and two ISAF personnel in Kandahar. The Taliban killed an ISAF soldier in an IED attack in the south. Police in Kandahar are arresting mullahs who are preaching anti-government messages.




A US platoon awaits the end of Afghan war




The death of Osama bin Laden: how the US finally got its man




Taliban suicide bomber kills 4 NDS, 2 ISAF personnel in southern Afghanistan

Today's suicide attack is the second in southern Afghanistan in six days that targeted the National Directorate of Security.


UK - Defence chiefs draw up plans for faster withdrawal from Afghanistan




ISAF captures IMU 'financial facilitator' in Kunduz




The Taliban killed four Afghan soldiers in Kunar and a policeman and five civilians in Faryab. ISAF killed 10 Taliban fighters and four civilians in an airstrike in Ghazni.




Pakistan - Imran Khan Calls Fighting In Afghanistan 'Jihad'


 
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