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Militants attack Nato base in Kandahar

Insurgents firing rockets, mortars and automatic weapons launched a ground assault on Saturday against Nato’s biggest base in southern Afghanistan, wounding several coalition troops and civilian employees in the third such attack on a major military installation this week, officials said.

Taliban deny attending Maldives talks

The Taliban say they are not attending peace talks with the Afghan government in the Maldives.

Suicide bomb hits Nato troops in Kabul, 18 die


A suicide car bomb attack targeted Nato troops in the Afghan capital on Tuesday, killing up to 18 people near Parliament in one of the deadliest strikes on Kabul in more than a year, officials said.

Afghan jet crashes with 43 on board

An Afghan passenger plane carrying 43 people, including foreigners, crashed in the mountains of northern Afghanistan in bad weather on Monday, government officials said.

Police, allies kill 18 rebels in Afghan

Kabul, May 11: The Afghan police, troops and intelligence agents backed by Nato forces killed 18 militants in a joint operation in Afghanistan’s restive southern province of Helmand, the interior mini

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