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Nato kills two women 'insurgents' in Afghan North

Nato forces on Wednesday said they killed four insurgents, including two armed women, during an overnight raid targeting an Al Qaeda-linked rebel group in Northern Afghanistan.

'Bombs kill 10 Afghans at dog fight'

Arghandab, Afghanistan: Two bomb explosions tore through a crowd of villagers watching a dog fight in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar on Sunday, killing 10 people, officials said.

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28 dead in Afghan suicide blast

Kunduz, Afghanistan: A suicide attacker killed 28 people and wounded 32 others on Monday when he blew himself up in the northern Afghan province of Kunduz, interior ministry spokesman Zemerai Bashary

US asks India, Pak to support Afghan political process

Washington: The United States has urged India and Pakistan to support a political process in Afghanistan, saying reconciliation in Afghanistan will depend on the participation and support of its neigh

US bombs 'wipe Afghan village'

London: A village in Afghanistan's Kandahar province has been completely wiped out of the map after an offensive by the US Army to get rid of the Taliban militants in the area, a media report said her

Nato kills 8 insurgents in Afghan operations

Nato says it has killed at least eight insurgents and captured a Taliban leader in several operations throughout Afghanistan.

Gunmen kill 3 Afghans in attack in country's east

The Gunmen firing on a car killed a local government official and two of his relatives in the country's east on Sunday, officials said.

Nato, Afghan forces say they killed 15 insurgents

Nato says Afghan and coalition forces have killed at least 15 insurgents in eastern Afghanistan in an overnight operation.

Afghan police unit in Khogenyani defected to Taliban

An entire contingent of the police on duty in an Afghan town appeared to have switched sides to the Taliban, surrendering a police station after cutting a deal with the militants, and leaving the Afgh

Afghan parliamentary polls affected by widespread fraud

Evidence is emerging that last weekend’s parliamentary election in Afghanistan was affected by widespread fraud, so much so, that it could affect the results in a third of the country’s provinces.

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