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7 US troops killed in latest Afghanistan fighting

Seven US troops have died in weekend attacks in Afghanistan's embattled southern and eastern regions, Nato said on Sunday.

Two servicemen died in bombings on Sunday in southern Afghanistan, while tw

Taliban attack two Nato bases in Afghan

Taliban militants attacked two bases of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in eastern Afghanistan in predawn raids on Saturday.

Militants attacked the bases in Khost province with ind

Al Qaeda terror plot in Canada traced to Pak-Afghan, Iran

An Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist plot in Canada unearthed on Wednesday with the arrest two suspects has been traced back to Pakistan, Iran and Dubai even as police arrested another plotter on Thursday.


'Taliban do not represent the popular will of Afghans'

The Taliban do not represent the popular will of the people in Afghanistan, a top Obama Administration official has said, a day after a former ISI chief told a US news network that the militant group

Afghan defence minister confident on war strategy

The Afghan defence minister on Monday said that efforts to combat the Taliban in his country were moving in the right direction and could bear significant results by the end of 2010, despite the recent spike in US casualties.

Roadside bomb kills six in Afghanistan

A roadside bomb hit a minibus in southern Afghanistan on Sunday, killing six passengers and wounding another nine, an official said.

'India, Pak & Afghanistan can help for regional stability'

India, Pakistan and Afghanistan have an equally critical role in helping to bring stability in the region, the US has said.

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