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B. 07-01 Foreign forces' worst Afghan toll Afghanistan
C. 07-05 Airstrikes kill civilians Nangarhar, Eastern Afghanistan
3. 07-06 Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike Kabul
E. 07-06 Car blast kills 41, including Indian envoys Kabul
F. 07-11 Insurgents tried to incite border battle Afghanistan
G. 07-13 At least 8 US soldiers have been killed Kunar, Afghanistan
H. 07-16 NATO forces abandon outpost Eastern Afghanistan
07-19 Obama opens foreign tour Kabul
9. 07-20 Obama meets with Afghan president Kabul

UN to urge revamp of Afghan aid  Kai Eide, the envoy to Afghanistan, is set to outline a new plan on spending foreign aid, amid concerns that millions of dollars have been w...   Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike  Afghan President has ordered an inquiry into allegations that 15 civilians were killed in a U.S. military strike targeting militants   Car blast kills 41, including Indian envoys  A car bomb went off on a crowded street near the Indian Embassy, killing at least 41 people and wounding more than 100 US 'killed 47 civilians'   An air strike in eastern Afghanistan killed 47 civilians, 39 of them women and children Insurgents tried to incite border battle  NATO: Insurgents fired simultaneously on Pakistan and Afghanistan positions in hopes of provoking a battle between the 2 military forces At least 8 US soldiers have been killed Map of Kunar Afghanistan
Foreign forces' worst Afghan toll  The month of June has been the deadliest for foreign troops in Afghanistan since the 2001 fall of the Taiiban Airstrikes kill civilians Map of Nangarhar Afghanistan


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Jul.1   Afghanistan  
Jul.5   Eastern Afghanistan  
  The U.S. attack helicopters hit two vehicles carrying insurgents in eastern Afghanistan. The province's governor said 22 civilians were killed.    Local people say that the group was a wedding party and that most of the dead were women and children. US are saying those killed were militants involved in ...
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Jul.6   Kabul  
  Kabul  
Jul.11   Eastern Afghanistan  
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Jul.13   Afghanistan  
  It is one of the biggest single losses in a day for the coalition since the start of military operations there
Jul.16   Eastern Afghanistan   NATO forces abandon outpost
  NATO-led forces have abandoned an outpost in eastern Afghanistan where 9 U.S. soldiers were killed repelling a fierce assault by Taliban militants
  Washington   US considers more troops for Afghanistan   Pentagon officials expect to be able to recommend troops cuts in Iraq this fall and will try to increase troops in Afghanistan Jul.17   Western Afghanistan   US bombing 'kills dozens'   Tribal elders: Dozens of Afghan civilians have been killed during aerial bombing by US forces in the western province Jul.19   Kabul     Obama opens foreign tour
  US Democratic presidential contender, who flew to Kabul as part of a US congressional team, is at the start of a high-profile international tour
Jul.20   Kabul     Obama meets with Afghan president
  Sen. Barack Obama said that U.S. needs to focus on Afghanistan in its battle against terrorism and that troop levels must increase in Afghanistan
 Speaking during his first trip to the country, Obama called the situation in Afghanistan 'precarious and urgent'
Jul.23   Washington   U.S.: More troops to Afghanistan unlikely   Pentagon: It will be left to the next president to send a significant number of additional troops to Afghanistan Jul.25   Helmand     UK, Danish soldiers killed Map of Helmand Afghanistan  6 other soldiers were injured in the fighting, which occurred in one of the major battlegrounds Jul.31   Afghanistan   Unrest sparks aid warning  Aid agencies have warned they may become unable to operate in parts of the country once seen as safe because of the intensifying conflict



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Location War & Army Politics Collateral Damage Rebellion Soldiers Die Crime & Justice
South Asia
Airstrikes kill civilians
Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike
US 'killed 47 civilians'
NATO forces abandon outpost
Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike
Obama opens foreign tour
Obama meets with Afghan president
Airstrikes kill civilians
Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike
US 'killed 47 civilians'
NATO forces abandon outpost
UK, Danish soldiers killed
Car blast kills 41, including Indian envoys
Kabul
Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike
Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike
Obama opens foreign tour
Obama meets with Afghan president
Karzai orders probe into deadly U.S. strike
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Car blast kills 41, including Indian envoys
Eastern Afghanistan
Airstrikes kill civilians
NATO forces abandon outpost
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Airstrikes kill civilians
US 'killed 47 civilians'
NATO forces abandon outpost
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USA
US considers more troops for Afghanistan
U.S.: More troops to Afghanistan unlikely
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Nangarhar
Airstrikes kill civilians
US 'killed 47 civilians'
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US 'killed 47 civilians'
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Kunar
At least 8 US soldiers have been killed
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Southern Afghanistan
UK, Danish soldiers killed
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UK, Danish soldiers killed
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Herat
US bombing 'kills dozens'
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