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Associated Press | Monday February 4, 2013
Afghan police on Sunday arrested six men and seized suicide vests, assault rifles and more than 50 hand grenades during a raid on a residential building in central Kabul, senior officials said.
Associated Press | Thursday August 2, 2012
Afghan forces killed seven insurgents who were planning to attack Kabul in an early morning gunbattle on Thursday just outside of the capital, official said.
Associated Press | Saturday July 7, 2012
Gunmen on motorcycles opened fire at a roadside restaurant in southwestern Pakistan on Friday, killing 18 people, officials said. In the northwest, a U.S. drone strike killed 12 suspected militants near the Afghan border. The people killed in the re...
Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday June 19, 2012
Two leaders of a terror outfit that organised a deadly suicide attack in Kabul in December last year, in which 80 people were killed, have been arrested, an official said on Tuesday. Lutfullah Mashal, spokesman for the National Directorate for Securi...
Indo-Asian News Service | Monday April 16, 2012
At least 48 people, including 36 terrorists, have been killed and 65 injured in what was a well-coordinated terror attack launched by heavily-armed Taliban militants in Kabul and three other cities that ended Monday following an 18-hour military oper...
Associated Press | Sunday September 11, 2011
Nearly 80 American soldiers were wounded and five Afghans civilians were killed in a Taliban truck bombing targeting an American base in eastern Afghanistan, NATO said Sunday, a stark reminder that the war in Afghanistan still rages 10 years after th...
Associated Press | Saturday November 13, 2010
A group of would-be suicide bombers in Afghan army uniforms tried to storm an airport in eastern Afghanistan early Saturday but were repelled before they could enter, officials said.The militants attacked the Afghan army checkpoint outside the Jalalabad airport in Nangarhar province shortly after da...
Rod Nordland and Sangar Rahimi , NYT News Service | Thursday March 18, 2010
The Taliban have begun waging a campaign of intimidation in Marjah that some local Afghan leaders worry has jeopardized the success of a US-led offensive there meant as an early test of a revised military approach in Afghanistan.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday March 10, 2010
India is looking at options to scale down operations of its missions in Afghanistan in the wake of terror attacks against Indians there, government sources have said.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 2, 2010
A team of Indian investigators is in Kabul, joining a probe being conducted by Afghan authorities into last Friday's terror attack.