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NATO Could Boost Afghanistan Mission: Stoltenberg

NATO is considering to increase the level of its troops in Afghanistan to help Afghan security forces in the fight against the anti-government insurgent groups, the Allies Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has told a German newspaper Sunday. Currently, there are about 13,000 troops in Afghanistan from the 28-nation alliance under …

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Arrests Mount in Mazar-e-Sharif Deadly Attack

Afghan authorities have arrested 35 people in connection with recent deadly attack on the army base in northern Balkh province.  Last week, close to 200 soldiers were killed and nearly 100 more injured in the Taliban-claimed attack on Shaheen 209th Corps in Mazar-e-Sharif city of the province. According to information …

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Infighting Kills 25 Taliban in Herat

At least 57 Taliban militants have been killed or wounded in an infighting in western Shindand district of Herat province, officials said on Tuesday. The clashes were erupted during the last 24 hours in Khofian, Blandak, Shir Abad and Deh Aman areas of the district which left 25 militants dead …

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Karzai: “Taliban Are No Longer Our Brothers”

The former Afghan president, Hamid Karzai in a surprising commencement said, the insurgent group-Taliban are no longer as brothers to Afghans but rather are terrorists. According to Karzai,” Anyone who kills Afghans for the interest of foreigners are terrorists, wither it be Taliban or Deash.” Ex-President disclosed that soon he …

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