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1. 2012-02-26 U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest Kunduz, Northern Afghanistan
2. 2012-02-22 Six dead in Koran burning protests Parwan, Afghanistan
2012-02-21 Nato in Afghanistan Koran apology Afghanistan
4. 2011-04-03 Afghan Koran protests spreading Afghanistan
F. 2010-09-06 Petraeus: Quran-burning harms troops Afghanistan
G. 2009-04-04 Karzai to review move toward sharia law Kabul
7. 2008-05-22 3 dead in 'Quran shooting' protest Chaghcharan, Western Afghanistan
I. 2006-03-27 Christian convert seeks asylum Afghanistan
J. 2006-03-24 Christian convert may be freed Afghanistan

Afghan Koran protests spreading  At least one person has been killed and 18 injured in a third day of protests over the burning of a Koran in the US last month   Petraeus: Quran-burning harms troops  The U.S. commander in Afghanistan criticized a Florida church's plan to burn copies of the Quran on September 11   Karzai to review move toward sharia law  Kabul: Amid mounting pressure from the West, Afghan President says his government will review a recent version of a law that legalizes marital rape 3 dead in 'Quran shooting' protest   Western Afghanistan: Two civilians and a Lithuanian soldier were killed when a protest outside a NATO base in western Afghanistan turned violent Christian convert seeks asylum Christian convert may be freed Bush presses on jailed Christian. Washington   Cartoon protests turn deadly
U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest   Northern Afghanistan: A protest over the burning of Qurans at a U.S. base is leaving a protester dead and several U.S. service members and police wounded Six dead in Koran burning protests   At least six people have been killed and dozens injured after protests spread over the burning of copies of the Koran at a US airbase Nato in Afghanistan Koran apology

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  US Gen John R Allen, the Nato commander in Afghanistan, has apologised over reports foreign troops may have burnt copies of the Koran
 The books were taken from prisoners after the US uncovered a secret Taliban message system. Rumours that a Koran had been burnt led to protests outside the US base. Gen John R Allen said any 'improper disposal' of religious materials was inadvertent

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  5 Afghans die as protests against cartoons satirising the Prophet sweep across the country

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  Washington: The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan
May.11 Riots over US Koran 'desecration' Map of Eastern Afghanistan  Eastern Afghanistan: At least 4 people have been killed after police opened fire to break up a protest in eastern Afghanistan

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Nov.14 Aid workers freed
  8 Western workers airlifted out of the country by a US military helicopter
Nov.3   Bin Laden hits out at UN infidels  In a video address Saudi-born militant has condemned the UN as a tool for crimes against Muslims Nov.1   Bombing to go on during Ramadan  National Security Advisor C. Rice has announced that air strikes will not be suspended during the Muslim holy month   Bin Laden calls Pakistanis to arms  In a letter Bin Laden urged Pakistani Muslims to defend Islam against a Christian campaign Oct.12 Attacks on hold for holy day  US forces has suspended attacks on Friday, the Muslim day of prayer Sep.30 Kabul aid workers trial resumes
Sep.24   Fax attributed to bin Laden  Pakistan: A fax sent to a news agency calls on Muslims to resist the invasion of the American crusader forces Sep.20   Clerics ask Bin Laden to leave
  Kabul: The resolution is represent a compromise agreed at a meeting in Kabul. The U.S. has dismissed as inadequate
Sep.19 Clerics decide Bin Laden's fate Sep.14 Taliban prepares for holy war  Supreme Leader Mullah Omar told his people to prepare for war as U. S. would targetTaliban for harboring Osama bin Laden Aug.6   Arrested for spreading Christianity  U.S. pressures Taliban to free 24 international and Afghan aid workers May.22   Taleban to mark Hindus  By edict Hindus will be required to wear an identity label on their clothing to distinguish them from Muslims Mar.11   Giant Buddhas destroyed  Taleban Foreign Minister said that the statues had been demolished despite international pleas Mar.6   Statues demolition suspended  Taleban militia observes Eid ul-Adha festival, the ongoing Muslim holiday Mar.2 Taleban starting to wreck Buddhas  Northern Afghanistan: Opposition leader said that Taleban has started to destroy 2 centuries-old Buddhas, despite worldwide pleas

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