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Fighting Continues in Jalrez as Taliban Seize Several Check Points
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Urgent: Taliban key commander killed in E. Afghan province

A Taliban key commander named Mullah Abdul Khaliq was killed in the eastern Laghman province on Tuesday, a statement of provincial government released Tuesday, 3 hours ago
30 Afghan police killed in clashes with Taliban Xinhua News Agency, 1 day ago

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Car bomb hits foreign convoy in Kabul, wounding three

Related Story: MPs evacuated as Taliban launches brazen attack on Afghan parliament Related Story: Nine aid workers shot dead in Afghan attack A suicide car bomber has slammed into a convoy of foreign forces in the Afghan ...
 ABC Online13 minutes ago 'Many' Injured as Bomb Hits NATO Convoy in Afghanistan  NBCNews.com29 minutes ago Car bomb hits foreign convoy in Afghan capital, casualties unclear  Investing.com40 minutes ago Suicide car bomber slams into foreign forces convoy in Kabul  PanARMENIAN Network20 minutes ago
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Afghan president orders probe into Taliban attack near capital

KABUL, July 5 (Xinhua) -- Amid strong criticism by Afghan public over what they described the government failure to check Taliban activities in Wardak province which had left over the two dozen police dead and injured on Thursday, Afghan President ...
 Xinhua News Agency1 day ago Rejection of Afghan Defense Minister Nominee Signals Deeper Problems  VOA News30 minutes ago Defense minister rejected as Taliban battle near Kabul  Yahoo! Maktoob News2 days ago Obama ought to review Afghan withdrawal plan: McCain - The News International  Social Dashboard2 days ago
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Taliban attack on Afghan parliament

A Taliban suicide bomber and several gunmen attacked the Afghan parliament on June 22, 2015, shattering windows and forcing lawmakers to flee. Picture: Police and security forces stand at the site of the attack.
 MSN India10 minutes ago Army, Taliban clash harmed civilians in Helmand  Frontier Post3 days ago Heavy fighting continues for control of Dasht-e-Aarch Taliban gunmen who laid down arms killed in armed attack  Frontier Post2 days ago Taliban launches attack on Afghan parliament  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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'Many hurt' in Kabul suicide attack

A Taliban suicide bomber driving a car has targeted a Nato troop convoy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing at least six people and injuring 19.The blast took place on the main road to the airport, close to the US embassy and the diplomatic quarter.No Nato ...
 MSN India6 days ago Suicide bomber targets foreign forces in Afghan capital  World Bulletin1 hour ago Explosion targets NATO forces in Kabul: officials  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 hour ago Three Wounded as Suicide Bomber Targets NATO Forces in Kabul  Naharnet3 minutes ago

34 militants killed in fresh operations in Afghanistan

About 34 Taliban militants have been killed in fresh military operations across Afghanistan, said the country's Defense Ministry on Tuesday morning. "Afghan National Army (ANA) carried out joint and cleanup operations in eastern Nangarhar, Parwan, ... hour ago XINHUA - 34 militants killed in fresh operations in Afghanistan  Namibia Press Agency1 hour ago

Taliban, ISIL clashes leave 11 dead in Afghanistan

World Bulletin / News Desk The Taliban and purported ISILfighters have continued to clash in Afghanistan, with the latest round of fightingleaving 11 militants dead in eastern Afghanistan. Nangarhar provincial police spokespersonColonel Hazrat ...
 World Bulletin21 hours ago Taliban, Daesh clashes leave 11 dead in Afghanistan  MENAFN1 hour ago

ANA troops among several dead, injured in separate attacks

ASADABAD (AIP): Five Afghan National Army (ANA) troops, several Taliban and civilians were reported killed after separate attacks, authorities said Monday. Taliban attacked a base of Afghan army in Managi area of Wattapur district, Kunar ...
 Frontier Post4 hours ago One dead as ANA troops target civilians  Frontier Post3 days ago 18 dead as mortar shells hit houses  Frontier Post4 hours ago

Afghan Hezb-e-Islami party to support Daesh in fight against Taliban

Kabul - MENA Afghan Hezb-e-Islami party led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar announced support to Daesh terrorist group affiliates in fight against the Taliban militants, Khaama Press reported. The statement also added that the Hezb-e-Islami has an ...
 Arabstoday.net1 day ago Enemy of enemy: Hekmatyar support for IS stuns observers  The Express Tribune7 hours ago MPs Concerned at HIA Decision to Support IS  Daily Outlook10 hours ago Hekmatyar's party to support ISIS in fight against Taliban  Frontier Post1 day ago
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Afghan Forces Battle Taliban 30 Miles West of Kabul

published about 1 hour ago Casualties from the battle in Wardak Province were said to be high, and senior officials criticized security forces response as slow and ineffective. NYT
 NewsOnFeeds.com2 days ago Rejection of Stanikzai amid deteriorating security situation  Afghanistan Times1 day ago Jalrez Incident Discloses Uttered Negligence  Daily Outlook7 hours ago Security Crisis  Daily Outlook2 days ago
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