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In Afghanistan, US Packs War Gear for the Movers




Security forces killed "several insurgents" in an airstrike in Paktia. Eight Taliban fighters and two civilians were killed in clashes in Nuristan. Nineteen people were wounded in a bombing inside a mosque in Nangarhar.




Months after Americans leave, an Afghan base in disrepair




Security forces killed five Haqqani Network fighters in Kabul and 24 other Taliban fighters in raids nationwide. A police commander killed 11 civilians in Uruzgan. The Taliban killed five civilians in Logar. Twenty-eight Taliban fighters reconciled with the government in Ghor.




50 US troops must be 'blown to smithereens' for America to take Haqqani Network, Pakistan seriously




The Taliban killed a district police chief in Helmand, a senior police officer in Ghazni, four ISAF soldiers in the south and east, four civilians in Wardak, and a policemen in Uruzgan. Four Taliban fighters were killed in an airstrike in Wardak.




Afghanistan: Local Police Chief Arrested in Badakhshan over Tajikistan Unrest




UPDATE 1-NATO should finish job in Afghanistan, Putin says




French hand over base in Afghanistan




Theocracy planned on Afghan-Tajik border




Afghanistan - More than $1 Million Deposited into Finance Minister's Accounts




'There Are No Buyers'-- Kabul's Housing Boom Goes Bust Amid Uncertainty




Taliban deny media report that they seek split with al Qaeda

A report that the Taliban were prepared to sever ties with al Qaeda was written "without any confirmation by the cultural commission or an official of the Islamic Emirate," the top spokesman said.


Nine Taliban fighters were killed in a tribal uprising against the group in the Muqur district in Ghazni. Security forces killed several Taliban fighters in an airstrike in Muqur in Ghazni, and a Haqqani network commander involved in suicide attacks in Paktia.




Taliban cheers reopening of NATO supply line




Pakistan and US sign troop supply deal




Afghan ISAF interpreters seek Sweden asylum




US and Pakistan sign NATO Afghan convoy deal




Pakistan, US ink MoU on NATO supplies




Afghanistan's Neighbours Seek to Disrupt Development Projects, APPF Chief Says


 
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