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Afghan attacks raise fears over Taliban strength




Leaving Corruptistan: Washington Favors Exit over Fight with Karzai




Afghanistan calls Pak-Afghan strategic pact 'meaningless'




Origins of CIA's Not-So-Secret Drone War in Pakistan




South Waziristan: Taliban set guidelines for contestants




Taliban suicide bomber kills 5 ISAF personnel in southeastern Afghanistan

Three ISAF soldiers and two civilians who worked at the Provincial Reconstruction Team in Qalat were killed in the suicide attack in the provincial capital of Zabul.


Pakistan election: Taliban threats hamper secular campaign




Quetta council in Pakistan blamed for deadly attack in Farah




The anatomy of green-on-blue tensions in Panjwai

An examination of the factors that lead to insider attacks and tensions in the volatile district and across Afghanistan.


Karachi talibanisation: Four dead in blast outside Rangers complex




Taliban suicide assault team strikes courtroom in western Afghanistan

Ten policemen and 34 Afghan civilians are reported to have been killed as the Taliban attempted to free prisoners being transported to a court for trial in Farah City.


Kabul city to witness increased attacks this year: officials




Taliban attack on power grid station in Peshawar kills 8




Taliban in Karachi: the real story




Afghans Failing Security Test In Badakhshan




Karzai Orders Jailed Mullahs to be Investigated




Khyber Agency: LI threatens Bara tribesmen not to shelter Tirah IDPs




Karzai Softens on Taliban Ahead of Doha Office Opening




US commandos hand over troubled area to Afghans




'The Taliban are worried about the uprising happening here': an interview with the Panjwai district governor

The DG of Panjwai district in Afghanistan's Kandahar province outlines the nature of the insurgency and the local uprising against the Taliban, his desire for continued international assistance, and the limited resources provided by the national and provincial Afghan governments.