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Video: Taliban shoot woman 9 times in public execution as men cheer




Pakistan shuns physicist linked to 'God particle'




Afghanistan aid: Donors pledge $16bn at Tokyo meeting




How Qatar is taking on the world




Afghanistan - Health Official Calls on Insurgents to Allow Polio Drive




Infighting kills Taliban shadow district governor in Herat province




ISAF targets IMU suicide bomb maker in Kunduz




In Dwindling Afghan War, Air Power Has Become a Way of Life -




US, Taliban strike deal to resume talks in Qatar shortly




Is LeT Turning Against Pakistan?




'Kite Runner' Author On His Childhood, His Writing, And The Plight Of Afghan Refugees




Pakistan not pushing for end to US drone strikes




Laskar-e-Taiba commander killed in recent airstrike in Kunar

Ammar died in the same airstrike on July 1 that also killed Khatab Shafiq, a Pakistani citizen who served as Lashkar-e-Taiba's leader for Kunar province.


Taliban Ambush Witnessed By ABC News Tests Afghan Army




5 ISAF soldiers wounded in latest green-on-blue attack

The attack took place in Sayyidabad, a hotbed of Taliban and al Qaeda activity. The Afghan soldier escaped and the Taliban claimed he joined them.


Pak army has built posts on Afghan soil: Afghan officials




Afghan police arrest 8 linked to poison attacks against schools in northern Afghanistan

Afghan officials announced the arrest of eight suspects connected to the rash of school poison attacks in Sar-i-Pul province. Well over a dozen suspected poison attacks against girls' schools this year have sickened over 2,000 students in the country.


Pakistan apology deal incidental to real problem of its support for terrorists




Can turning Taliban foot soldiers turn the Afghan war?




Afghan Local Police group deserts to Taliban-led insurgents