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KABUL, Afghanistan, Oct. 2 — British NATO troops have reached an agreement with Afghan elders aimed at ending Taliban attacks in a southern district where six British soldiers have been killed since August. (Washington Post — 37 minutes ago)
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At least 14 people including five civilians have been killed in a string of recent attacks and bomb blasts in southern Afghanistan officials say Four Afghan soldiers were killed when their v (ABC News — 2 October, 2006)
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NATO Deal With Elders Aims to End Taliban Push
NATO Deal With Elders Aims to End Taliban Push

KABUL, Afghanistan, Sept. 5 — The government of Pakistan signed a peace accord Tuesday with pro-Taliban forces in the volatile tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, agreeing to withdraw its troops from the region in return for the fighters’ pledge to stop attacks inside Pakistan and across the… (Washington Post — 35 minutes ago)
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KABUL, Afghanistan, Sept. 15 — Despite scattered gains by international troops fighting Taliban insurgents in the country’s south, Afghan and foreign analysts here have voiced concern that a recent peace initiative is backfiring and that lapsed Afghan militias could be drawn into the conflict… (Washington Post — 36 minutes ago)
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PORTOROZ, Slovenia, Sept. 28 — NATO agreed Thursday to take command of military operations across all of insurgency-hit Afghanistan next month after the United States pledged to transfer 12,000 American troops in the country to the NATO force. (Washington Post — 37 minutes ago)
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A suicide car-bomber attacked a NATO convoy on a busy road in the Afghan capital of Kabul wounding six people including three NATO soldiers police and NATO say There was no immediate claim of re (ABC News — 2 October, 2006)
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Two US troops and one Afghan soldier have been killed and three US soldiers wounded in a battle with Taliban rebels in eastern Afghanistan A US-led coalition statement said the coalition and Afgh (ABC News — 3 October, 2006)
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Pro-Taliban Islamic militants have shut down an office they had set up to fight crime in a restive Pakistan tribal region, amid concern it could be seen as a challenge to government authority, an official said Sunday. (International Herald Tribune — 1 October, 2006)
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