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B. 2015-11-02 Afghan fuel station cost $43m, US military report says Washington
C. 2015-01-12 President Ashraf Ghani unveils unity government Kabul
3. 2015-01-04 Afghan leader queries exit deadline Kabul
E. 2013-11-19 Reports of a U.S. apology to Afghanistan are false Washington
5. 2012-10-08 Afghanistan 'heading for crisis' Afghanistan
2012-04-16 Australia PM sets out Afghan exit plan Canberra, Australia
H. 2012-02-26 France, Germany withdraw civilian staff Kabul
8. 2011-07-19 Nato to hand over key Afghan city Lashkar Gah, Helmand
9. 2010-12-02 Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan London

Obama team weighs Afghanistan options. Washington Urgent talks on Afghan expulsions  Kabul: Foreign officials are in urgent discussions with the Afghan government over 2 diplomats who have been ordered to leave the country Constitution becomes law
Afghan fuel station cost $43m, US military report says  Washington: The US Department of Defense has spent $43m on a vehicle fuelling station, according to a recently published oversight report President Ashraf Ghani unveils unity government  Kabul: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has unveiled his unity cabinet more than three months after he was sworn in Afghan leader queries exit deadline  Kabul: President Ashraf Ghani has said America's two-year deadline for pulling out the last of its troops may need to be 're-examined' Reports of a U.S. apology to Afghanistan are false  Washington: Rice: Reports the United States is on the verge of a security agreement with Afghanistan that includes a formal letter of apology are false   Afghanistan 'heading for crisis'  A new report on Afghanistan warns that the departure of Nato in 2014 could be followed by the government's collapse and even civil war Australia PM sets out Afghan exit plan Map of Canberra Australia  Prime Minister Julia Gillard says Australia will withdraw its troops from Afghanistan earlier than planned   France, Germany withdraw civilian staff   Kabul: They are following the US and Britain in withdrawing civilian staff from government institutions in the wake of the killing of two senior US...   Nato to hand over key Afghan city   Helmand: British troops in volatile Helmand province are preparing to hand control of the city of Lashkar Gah to Afghan security forces   Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan  London: The latest US diplomatic documents released by Wikileaks contain harsh criticism of the UK military effort in Afghanistan from 2007 to 2009 Karzai stands by ban on security firms. Kabul Afghan flag raised over Taliban town Map of Marjah Afghanistan

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  Helmand: Authorities raised the Afghan flag over the battle-scarred enclave, a ceremony symbolizing the presence of the government in the Taliban stronghold

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  Kabul: President Karzai has signed new constitution into law, a document that gives him sweeping powers

  Kabul: The document gives the president sweeping powers. It awards parliament the power to appoint of ministers
Jan.1 Convention hits stalemate

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Aug.2 Karzai denies U.S. air raid cover-up
Jul.2 Bush offers condolences to Afghans. Washington Jun.24   Karzai swears in cabinet  Kabul: Half of the 28 ministers belong to the Tajik-led Northern Alliance Jun.19 Karzai names key Cabinet ministers Feb.10 Iran acts against Kabul opponent

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Dec.21   Swearing-in of interim government
  Kabul: Ceremony attended by representatives from every province. 30-member government is to be headed by Hamid Karzai
Dec.18   Karzai ready for foreign troops  New interim leader has welcomed proposals for an international security force Dec.8 Factions discuss Kandahar leadership  Rival factions met in secret north of Kandahar to try to end a conflict over who would control the city Dec.5 Afghan factions sign power deal Map of Ruhr
  Ruhr: Delegates at U.N.-sponsored talks have signed an accord to set up a post-Taliban government
Dec.2 Name of interim Afghan PM proposed   Ruhr: Northern Alliance and representatives of former king have agreed on Abdul Sattar Sirat as acting prime minister Nov.19 Senior Taliban official switches sides  Haji Bashar, close associate of Mullah Omar is now officially siding with ethnic Pashtun tribesmen Nov.15 N. Alliance under U.S. pressure  U.S. is exerting pressure on the Alliance to take part in a broad-based government comprising various factions Nov.14 Post-Taliban government discussing  U.S. envoy James Dobbins is in Pakistan for urgent talks Nov.13   UN invited to organize government  Northern Alliance now occupied government buildings. Women are casting off veils, go back to work, and girls to school

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