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Afgha-n to help review U.S. war on terror  President Hamid Karzai said that his country would join the strategic review of the U.S.-led war on terrorism Alarm over Afghan civilian deaths  The number of civilians killed in the conflict rose 39% last year. Militants were to blame for 55% of the 2,118 civilian deaths US to boost troops in Afghanistan
Afghan farmers give up opium for wheat  Observers have noticed a significant decline in the opium trade, with the number of poppy-free provinces increasing from 13 in 2007 to 18 in...   Russia to open U.S. route to Afghanistan  Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov: Russia will assist the U.S. in the transit of non-military cargo to Afghanistan U.S. works to define Afghanistan strategy  The new special representative to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke said 'Nobody can say the war in Afghanistan has gone well' U.S. soldiers killed while disabling bomb  2 soldiers and 3 Afghans were killed while the soldiers were trying to disable a roadside bomb   Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq'  Richard Holbrooke, Obama's envoy to Afghanistan, has said that winning the conflict there will be 'much tougher' than in Iraq   Iraq, Afghanistan withdrawals delayed  Decisions about withdrawing troops from Iraq and sending more to Afghanistan have been delayed until Obama provided with more details Deadly attacks hit Afghan capital  An assault on three government buildings has left at least 27 people, including eight attackers, dead. 2 suicide bombers detonated explosive... Thousands guns sent to Afghans missing


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  More than 1/3 of all 242,000 weapons the United States has procured for Afghanistan's government are missing
Feb.15   Kabul  
Feb.17   Afghanistan  
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  President Obama has authorised the deployment of up to 17,000 extra troops, saying they are to 'meet urgent security needs'
  Helmand   Drug abuse hampers Afghan police  Sixty per cent of the Afghan police in the country's southern province use drugs Feb.18   Washington     Obama: Troops alone cannot win
  President Barack Obama: Diplomacy will play a bigger role in U.S. efforts in Afghanistan in future even with a significant troop increase
  Washington     US urges Nato to up Afghan effort
  Defence Secretary Robert Gates has urged Nato allies to increase their troop levels in Afghanistan to fight the Taliban
Feb.20   Afghanistan   'No US rights' for Bagram inmates Map of Bagram Afghanistan  The justice department ruled that Detainees being held at Bagram Air Base cannot use US courts to challenge their detention Feb.21   Western Afghanistan   'Permanent Swat ceasefire agreed' Map of Swat Afghanistan
  Pakistan has announced a 'permanent ceasefire' with Taleban rebels in the north-western valley of Swat
  Western Afghanistan   U.S.-led coalition kills 13 Afghan civilians  13 people, described by the U.S. military as 'noncombatants,' were killed earlier this week during a coalition operation Feb.25   Southern Afghanistan   Four British troops killed  3 British soldiers under NATO command were killed in an explosion, and a Royal Marine died as a result of wounds Feb.26   Washington     Key Afghan-Pakistani talks in US  3 countries have agreed to hold regular talks to tackle rising violence in Afghanistan and in volatile border areas in Pakistan Feb.28   Kabul     Afghan president urges April poll  President Karzai has called for elections to be held by 21 April, a move in keeping with the country's constitution   Southern Afghanistan   Blast kills coalition contractor Map of Uruzgan Afghanistan  A contractor working for U.S.-led coalition forces died after a roadside bomb exploded during a combat reconnaissance patrol,



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South Asia
U.S. soldiers killed while disabling bomb
Deadly attacks hit Afghan capital
'Permanent Swat ceasefire agreed'
U.S.-led coalition kills 13 Afghan civilians
Afgha-n to help review U.S. war on terror
'Permanent Swat ceasefire agreed'
Afghan president urges April poll
Deadly attacks hit Afghan capital
Drug abuse hampers Afghan police
Blast kills coalition contractor
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USA
Thousands guns sent to Afghans missing
US to boost troops in Afghanistan
Obama: Troops alone cannot win
US urges Nato to up Afghan effort
U.S. works to define Afghanistan strategy
Key Afghan-Pakistani talks in US
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Thousands guns sent to Afghans missing
US to boost troops in Afghanistan
Obama: Troops alone cannot win
US urges Nato to up Afghan effort
Kabul
Deadly attacks hit Afghan capital
Afgha-n to help review U.S. war on terror
Afghan president urges April poll
Deadly attacks hit Afghan capital
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Europe
Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq'
Russia to open U.S. route to Afghanistan
Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq'
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Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq'
Helmand
U.S. soldiers killed while disabling bomb
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Drug abuse hampers Afghan police
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