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1. 2009-05-06 Russia expels Canadian diplomats Moscow
C. 2008-01-29 NATO's Afghan mission 'in jeopardy' Canada
3. 2007-04-11 NATO allies to discuss Afghan shortfalls Canada
2007-04-08 NATO troops killed Afghanistan
F. 2006-09-09 NATO says 40 militants killed Southern Afghanistan
G. 2006-01-15 Bomber targets Nato troops

  NATO's Afghan mission 'in jeopardy'
  Russia expels Canadian diplomats


year 2009 Top ^

May.6  
  Moscow: Russia has expelled t2 diplomats working for Nato's Moscow office in response to an 'unfriendly act' by the military alliance


year 2008 Top ^

Jan.29  
  Canadian forces will remain beyond Feb. 2009 only if another NATO nation sends an additional 1,000 combat troops to Kandahar province



year 2007 Top ^

Apr.11  
  NATO allies with forces in volatile southern region will meet to grapple with lingering shortfalls in troops and equipment
Apr.8     NATO troops killed
  Afghanistan: 6 Canadian soldiers died when the vehicle they were travelling in hit an explosive device


year 2006 Top ^

Sep.9     NATO says 40 militants killed
  Southern Afghanistan: A NATO soldier were killed in fighting spearheaded by Canadian and Afghan troops in southern Afghanistan Jan.15     Bomber targets Nato troops Map of Kandahar Afghanistan
  Kandahar: A suicide bomber has attacked a convoy of Canadian soldiers in the city of Kandahar, killing one


    
    
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