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Kandahar Killings Have Not Strained US-Afghan Partnership: NATO




US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta in surprise Afghan visit




BBC News - Q&A: Foreign forces in Afghanistan




Taliban threaten to 'cut off the heads' of US soldiers




US drones kill 2 'good Taliban' commanders in pair of strikes in South Waziristan

predator-uav.jpgTwo commanders and six fighters loyal to Mullah Nazir, a favorite of the Pakistani establishment who has pledged his support for al Qaeda, were killed in the first strike. Seven other fighters were killed in the second strike.


Pakistan 'revising' list of banned terror groups




US fears reprisals after Afghan massacre in Kandahar




Suicide bomber kills 15 at funeral in Peshawar

The target of the attack appears to have been the deputy speaker of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's provincial assembly, who has also raised an anti-Taliban militia.


Our big mistake was to assume we had won, says British ambassador to Afghanistan




Strategic pact with US excludes military bases: Karzai




Afghan Anger and Security Changes Imperil Aid Groups




Al Qaeda eulogizes senior commander killed in recent drone strike

Badr-Mansoor.jpgUstad Ahmad Farooq, al Qaeda's spokesman for Pakistan, confirmed that Badr Mansoor was killed in a drone strike on Feb. 2012. Farooq accused the Pakistani military and government of supporting the US's drone campaign.


US and Afghanistan Agree on Detainee Transfer




Taliban Guantanamo detainees agree to Qatar transfer: official




Exclusive: Afghan officials visit Guantanamo in peace bid




US State Dept calls Pakistani Taliban threats to Shad Begum 'out of step'




Pakistani School Takes Hands-Off Approach To Combating Extremism




Taliban demand release of bin Laden's wives, kill 7 Pakistani troops

"We will carry out suicide bombings against security forces and the government across the country," a Taliban spokesman said. The Taliban also threatened two female Pakistani activists who have worked for the well-being of women and children in Pakistan.


US drones kill at least 13 in South Waziristan strike

Today's strike is the first in Pakistan's tribal areas in 14 days, and just the eighth this year.


Pakistan - Taliban in talks to end 'serious differences'