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B. 07-10 Eight UK troops dead in 24 hours Sangin, Helmand
C. 07-19 Copter crash kills 16 Kandahar
07-20 U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan Afghanistan
4. 07-21 U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties Helmand
5. 07-25 Suicide bombers hit city Khost, Afghanistan

Afghan rebels capture US soldier  The soldier, captured by militants in eastern Afghanistan, is believed to be the first seized in either Iraq or Afghanistan for at least two... Marines targeting Taliban in Afghan push  U.S. Marines kept up a major push against entrenched militants in an attempt to rout the Taliban from their stronghold in the province 2 U.S. troops killed   Two separate militant assaults in the southeastern Afghan province of Paktika led to the deaths of two U.S. soldiers and at least 42 insurgents Eight UK troops dead in 24 hours Map of Sangin Afghanistan
U.S. launches 'major operation'


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Jul.1   Southern Afghanistan  
  4,000 Americans, mostly the Marines, and 650 Afghan soldiers and police launched Operation Khanjar, 'strike of the sword' against Taliban fighters
Jul.2   Afghanistan  
Jul.3   Helmand  
Jul.4   Southern Afghanistan  
Jul.10   Helmand  
  5 British soldiers have died were killed in two separate blasts while on foot patrol
Jul.11   London     Afghan strategy 'right', PM says  The prime minister has defended the government's Afghanistan strategy, saying it is the right one despite a 'dangerous battle' ahead Jul.16   Afghanistan   Pamphlets aid search for U.S. soldier  The U.S. military is distributing pamphlets in eastern Afghanistan to find a soldier who has been missing for more than two weeks Jul.17   Afghanistan   Foreign troop deaths soar in Afghanistan  This month's toll of international military fatalities in the war is 47, the highest monthly tally so far   New York     Gates open to more troops in Afghanistan   Defense Secretary: It is possible more U.S. troops could be added in Afghanistan if the new U.S. commander there needs them Jul.18   Afghanistan   Taliban issue 'US soldier video'  The Taliban have released a 28-minute video purportedly showing a soldier captured in Afghanistan last month Jul.19   Kandahar     Copter crash kills 16
  The aircraft was a 'civilian contracted' helicopter, not a military one. It was not shot down
Jul.20   Afghanistan   U.S. have deadliest month in Afghanistan
  Four U.S. troops were killed in eastern Afghanistan in a roadside bombing. The deaths would raise U.S. military fatalities in Afghanistan to 30 in July
Jul.21   Helmand   U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties  The U.S. military bombed about 300 tons of seeds in a dusty field in a dramatic show of force designed to break up the Taliban drug ties   Afghanistan     Cities attacked by Taliban   5 Afghan security personnel have died in a series of strikes in eastern Afghanistan in Gardez and Jalalabad Jul.25   Afghanistan   Suicide bombers hit city Map of Khost Afghanistan
  Taliban militants, including several suicide bombers, have attacked government buildings in the south-eastern city of Khost
  Helmand   British soldier killed  A British soldier was killed in an explosion on Saturday during a patrol Jul.27   London   Britain hails 'success' of anti-Taliban push  UK officials: A British-led military operation meant to clear the Taliban from parts of Afghanistan has succeeded Jul.29   Washington     U.S., U.K.: We committed to Afghanistan  British Foreign Secretary David Miliband had a half day of talks at the State Department with Secretary of State Hillary Clinto Jul.30   Afghanistan   New Taliban rules: Fewer civilians will die  A new Taliban military booklet, 'code of conduct', calls for restrictions on suicide attacks aimed at avoiding the killing of civilians Jul.31   Afghanistan   Civilian deaths in Afghanistan war surge  UN: Civilian casualties resulting from Afghanistan's war have spiked, jumping some 24% above figures from last year



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Southern Afghanistan
U.S. launches 'major operation'
Marines targeting Taliban in Afghan push
Eight UK troops dead in 24 hours
U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties
2 U.S. troops killed
Eight UK troops dead in 24 hours
British soldier killed
U.S. launches 'major operation'
U.S. bombs poppy crop to cut Taliban ties
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United Kingdom
Afghan strategy 'right', PM says
Britain hails 'success' of anti-Taliban push
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USA
Gates open to more troops in Afghanistan
U.S., U.K.: We committed to Afghanistan
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U.S., U.K.: We committed to Afghanistan
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Washington
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Suicide bombers hit city
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Fort Drum, New York
Gates open to more troops in Afghanistan
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New York
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Sangin
Eight UK troops dead in 24 hours
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