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City police beef up security in wake of Karachi attack




Taliban kill Afghan Local Police in attacks in west and north




Iran's Efforts to Stir Afghan Violence Provoke Concern




Turkish jihadist group has agreement to train with Afghan Taliban

Abu-Bara-Turki.jpgAbu Bara'a Turki , the emir of the Cemaat-ul-Islam, said his group "is affiliated with the Afghan Taliban" and "is authorized by the Taliban to provide training to the mujahideen."


Afghanistan Moves Ahead With Plan for Taliban Office in Qatar




At the Taliban's Mercy: German Military Fears for Afghanistan's Future




Suicide bomber kills 12, including 3 ISAF troops, in Afghan northwest

The attack took place in the same province where the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's top leader in Afghanistan was killed just over a week ago.


Deal to Continue Afghanistan Night Raids Is Near




'Green On Blue' Attacks Affects Morale: ISAF




ISAF targets IMU's top bomb maker in Afghanistan




US offers $10 million bounty for capture of Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed

Saeed now has one of the highest bounties offered for a global terrorist leader. The US is also offering $2 million for Saeed's brother-in-law, who is Lashkar-e-Taiba's deputy emir.


Arab, Uzbek fighters killed in latest drone strike: report




Jobs for Ex-Militants Feed Distrust of Afghan State




Afghan forces, families are prime target for Taliban, says commander

HMD20102012_560.jpgQari Dawat, a Taliban leader in Kunar who has evaded security forces for years, has set his sights on the Afghan security forces as the US continues to pull back troops.


Afghanistan - Mujaddedi resigns all government posts




Afghanistan names three-star general to take over Bagram prison from US




US Makes Progress in Afghanistan, Panetta Says




Afghanistan presses for answers on long-term US military bases




Pakistani Taliban deputy leader Waliur Rehman threatens Britain

Waliur-Rehman-Mehsud-UK.png"Our revenge against the British government will be very severe," Waliur Rahman said in a video that assailed the treatment of Islamist prisoners in the country.


Businesses May Flee Afghanistan After Troop Withdrawal