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AIHRC Uneasy Over Rise of Armed Groups in Ghor




Afghanistan: US hands over controversial Bagram jail




Pakistani Public Opinion Ever More Critical of US | Pew Global Attitudes Project




Afghan Taliban threaten to kidnap, kill Prince Harry




Taliban using Facebook to lure Aussie soldier




Taliban call Haqqani Network a 'conjured entity'

In a statement released on Voice of Jihad, the Taliban claimed the Haqqani Network was created by the US as part of "its satanic plot" to divide the group.


Fahim Calls on Mujahedeen to 'Mobilise' to Defend Afghanistan




Pakistan Intelligence Should Be Blacklisted Alongside Haqqani: Analyst




Kabul-Kandahar highway is a symbol of what's gone wrong in Afghanistan




Afghans Wary as Efforts Pick Up to Tap Mineral Riches




Taliban denounce Haqqani blacklisting by US




Pakistan - Securing bases: PAF asked to submit financial estimates for enhanced security




Taliban sets posts, seek usher from growers in Nangarhar




Haqqani leader turned network into 'killing machine,' intelligence officials say




US State Department evades issue of Pakistan's links to Haqqani Network




US adds Haqqani Network to list of terror groups

After pressure from Congress, the State Department finally added the group, which has links to the Taliban, al Qaeda, and the Pakistani military and intelligence services, to the US list of foreign terror organizations.


'Al Muhajir Jihadi Studio' releases video of attack on base in Paktika




White House Backs Blacklisting Militant Organization




Afghanistan - New Intelligence Teams to Probe Insider Attacks




Analysis: The Taliban's 'momentum' has not been broken

President Obama claims that the Taliban's "momentum" has been broken in Afghanistan. Other officials have made similar claims. The Long War Journal has examined several sources that measure the insurgency's capacity for violence and finds that the Taliban's momentum has not been broken. The overall level of violence in Afghanistan today remains worse than prior to the surge.