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The Taliban killed eight Afghan soldiers and an ISAF soldier, and a civilian accused of spying. Security forces killed 20 Taliban fighters in Faryab. Security guards robbed the Central Bank branch in Nuristan.

Freed rebels won't promote peace drive: Afghan National Coalition

Quetta Shura Reviews Afghan Peace Talks

Taliban release Nuristan attack video

The Taliban website has uploaded a 35-minute-long video depicting a series of attacks against Afghan security forces in the Kamdesh district in Nuristan province.

Security forces killed five Taliban fighters in Badakhshan and detained a Taliban commander in Kandahar. The Afghan High Peace Council wants immunity, and sanctions lifted for senior Taliban leaders.

Taliban group accidentally reveals their email list

Afghan Peace Council Seeks Immunity, Lift on Sanctions for Taliban

Pakistani Taliban Turn to Kidnapping to Finance Operations

Pakistan May Release More Taliban Prisoners

Pakistan 'frees' dangerous Taliban commander as part of Afghan reconciliation process

Anwar ul Haq Mujahid is the commander of the Tora Bora Military Front, a Taliban subgroup based in Nangarhar province that has been behind numerous attacks on Afghan and Coalition forces as well as civilians. His father was close to Osama bin Laden.

The Taliban killed 17 civilians in an IED attack in Farah, four policemen in an ambush in Badakhshan, and two ISAF soldiers in the east. The US added the Taliban shadow governor of Helmand to its narcotics kingpin list.

US adds Taliban shadow governor of Helmand to narcotics kingpin list

Mullah-Barich.jpgMullah Naim Barich, the Taliban's leader for the southern Afghan province, was added "for the significant role he plays in international narcotics trafficking," Treasury stated.

US troops may remains in Afghanistan beyond 2014

'Safe passage' granted: Pakistan frees key Taliban commander, 13 others

Pakistan to consider releasing former Taliban No.2

Security forces killed eight Taliban fighters in Uruzgan and a Taliban commander in Ghazni. The Taliban is thought to have assassinated the former Hajj and Islamic Affairs director for Nimroz. Germany will withdraw more than 1,000 of its 4,800 soldiers out of the country in 2013.

Afghanistan - US relents on bases in 1st round of security talks.s

Pakistan to restore NATO's Afghan oil supply line after 12-month hiatus

Pakistan - Crossing the border: NATO oil supply expected to resume by month's end

Afghan Taliban commander gunned down in Quetta