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The Taliban on US estimates of al Qaeda strength in Afghanistan




Taliban says NATO nations should follow France's decision to pull troops from Afghanistan




Iran, Pakistan out to weaken Afghanistan, MPs told




Financing Afghan Forces Costs Less Than Maintaining Foreign Army: Karzai




General Allen plays down urgency of Pakistan deal




A glimpse of life after Nato in Afghanistan's wild east




ISAF captures Taliban liaison to Peshawar Shura

The Taliban commander is linked to Dost Mohammed, the shadow governor of Nuristan, and has helped "foreign fighters and suicide bombers" conduct attacks in the Afghan north.


Mullah Dadullah Front: a not-so-new Afghan Taliban terror group




Special Report: Helmand deaths prompt security rethink




Lessons Learned in Afghan School Closures




In Afghanistan, New Insurgent Group Emerges




Afghanistan - Insurgent Violence Escalates in South Despite Country-Wide Decrease: Reports




Afghan Helpers Feel Threatened By Withdrawal of German Troops




US Redefines Afghan Success Ahead of NATO Conference




In Chicago: Zardari, Obama, Karzai to discuss Taliban peace talks




Taliban kill 6 Afghan policemen, civilian in suicide assault in Farah




US adds Taliban financier, Haqqani Network operative to terror list

Abdul Baqi Bari has funneled money to both al Qaeda and the Taliban, and has accepted funds from Osama bin Laden. Bakht Gul serves as a top aide to Badruddin Haqqani, and has helped "foreign fighters" enter Afghanistan.


Pakistani Taliban release video of Bannu jailbreak

Hak-Wali-Bannu-jailbreak.jpgMovement of the Taliban in Pakistan emir Hakeemullah Mehsud and South Waziristan leader Waliur Rehman Mehsud are shown organizing the jailbreak.


Pakistan - Bannu jailbreak: Police, civil admin and spy agencies held responsible




Taliban infighting over US talks breaks down into terror campaign