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NATO and Afghan forces have pushed Taliban insurgents out of a southern Afghan district after a two-week operation in which NATO says more than 400 militants have been killed The Taliban and thei (ABC News — 18 September, 2006)
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NATO and Afghan government troops have forced Taliban insurgents out of a southern Afghan district after a two-week operation in which NATO said hundreds of militants were killed. (CNN — 19 September, 2006)
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NATO ends ‘successful’ Afghan offensive
NATO ends ‘successful’ Afghan offensive

A suicide bomber on a bicycle killed four NATO soldiers handing out notebooks and pens to children in southern Afghanistan on Monday a day after NATO declared the area free of Taliban insurgents (ABC News — 18 September, 2006)
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Nato says a two-week operation has driven Taleban militants from a stronghold in southern Afghanistan. (BBC News — 18 September, 2006)
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About 7 000 Afghan and US-led troops have launched an offensive against the Taliban in central and eastern Afghan provinces as a blast near Kabul killed three Afghan aid workers A coalition soldi (ABC News — 17 September, 2006)
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The three bombings, in one of the country�s worst days of violence against civilians, were a clear escalation in insurgent tactics. (New York Times — 19 September, 2006)
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KAFIR BAND, Afghanistan, Sept. 18 — Three suicide bombers killed at least 19 people across Afghanistan on Monday, including four Canadian soldiers in an attack that tested the NATO alliance’s claim of success in driving insurgents from this volatile southern region. (Washington Post — 7 hours ago)
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American and Afghan forces moved Sunday into one of the areas most troubled by insurgents in recent months, as part of a broader operation. But while they encountered little insurgent activity, they did face anger and frustration from the local population. (International Herald Tribune — 18 September, 2006)
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The military campaign against the Taliban could last for another three to five years the British commander of NATO forces in southern Afghanistan says Lieutenant-General David Richards who le (ABC News — 17 September, 2006)
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A battle between insurgents and soldiers with the International Security Assistance Force in the Uruzgan province of central Afghanistan ended with 17 insurgents dead and no ISAF casualties Friday night, the ISAF said. (CNN — 17 September, 2006)
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US-led forces in the east of Afghanistan have begun a major offensive against the Taleban, military officials say. (BBC News — 17 September, 2006)
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Bombings across Afghanistan killed 19 people — including four Canadian soldiers — on Monday, a day after NATO announced a victory over insurgents in a southern Taliban stronghold. (MSNBC — 19 September, 2006)
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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 — 1 hour ago)
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Police clashed with suspected Taliban militants in southern Afghanistan, killing 11 insurgents, an official said Tuesday. (International Herald Tribune — 19 September, 2006)
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