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Afghanistan, Pakistan at loggerheads over peace efforts




Pakistan builds new training centres for Taliban




Taliban deny power-sharing concept with Afghan government




US drones kill 17 in first strike in Pakistan in nearly a month

The strike took place in a village where two senior Haqqani Network leaders have been killed by the US over the past several years.


Taliban launch suicide assault outside base in Kabul

The suicide assault team attacked a base in an area of Kabul where logistics and other contracting companies are located, killing seven people, including four Nepalese guards.


Karzai Choices for Afghan Human Rights Panel Raise Questions




Taliban militants bungle coordinated multi-province terrorist attacks

Afghan security forces disrupted terrorist plots in Kabul City and Jalalabad, but a massive explosion near the Parwan provincial governor's compound caused significant damage. An additional suicide attack failed after the bomber prematurely detonated in Kunduz.


As U.S. Pulls Out, Feuds Split Afghanistan's Ruling Family




ISAF ends its daily 'operational update' reports




Taliban shadow district governor killed in Nimroz province




Sending Missiles to Syrian Rebels, Qatar Muscles In




Who is who in Taliban's Qatar negotiators?




Don't Talk With the Taliban




Pierre Borghi: How I gave the Taliban the slip




Persistent Taliban Attacks Leave Peace Process Feeble




16 Nanga Parbat attackers identified




12 killed as Pakistani Taliban target antiterrorism judge in Karachi




Protections For Women Under Threat In Afghanistan




Pakistani security forces intercept large explosives cache




Taliban launch suicide assault on Presidential palace, CIA HQ in Kabul

The suicide assault team penetrated the perimeter at one of the most secured areas in Kabul and clashed with Afghan and US forces for nearly two hours before being defeated.