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40 rebels dead in battle  U.S. military: A fierce battle between U.S. and Afghan forces and militants in southeastern Afghanistan Riots over US Koran 'desecration'
'28 die' in munitions blast


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May.2   Afghanistan  
  The whole neighborhood has been destroyed. Women and children were among the victims
May.4   Eastern Afghanistan  
May.11   Eastern Afghanistan  
  At least 4 people have been killed after police opened fire to break up a protest in eastern Afghanistan
May.12   Kabul   Candidate killed in ambush  A candidate for parliament Akhtar Mohammed Toowak was shot to death near the town of Beh Yak south of Kabul May.13   Afghanistan   Nine die in new anti-US violence  The protests and violence are spreading with reports of disturbances coming from across the country May.15   Washington   Newsweek backs off Quran story
  The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan
May.16   Afghanistan   Muslims doubt Quran climbdown  Muslims in Afghanistan and Pakistan were skeptical after Newsweek backed away from the Quran report May.20   Kabul     Karzai angry at US Afghan 'abuse'  Afghan President has condemned as unacceptable new details of alleged abuse of prisoners by US troops May.21   Kabul     Afghan president pressed on opium  US officials say Karzai is partly responsible for the failure of poppy eradication efforts May.22   Afghanistan   Insurgents killed in battle  Fighting between insurgents and the coalition and Afghan forces left 12 rebels dead and one U.S. soldier wounded   Washington     Karzai demands 'justice' from U.S.  The president of Afghanistan claimed the alleged abuse of 2 Afghan detainees who died in U.S. custody May.23   Washington     Bush rejects Karzai army demand
  President Bush has ruled out handing over command of US troops in Afghanistan to the government there
May.29   Afghanistan   Afghan women 'still suffer abuse'  Amnesty International: Afghan women are still being murdered, raped and imprisoned with impunity May.31   Kandahar   At least 10 dead in blast
  An explosion inside a mosque in Kandahar killed at least 10 people during a funeral for a pro-government cleric


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1. 05-02 '28 die' in munitions blast Afghanistan
2. 05-04 40 rebels dead in battle Eastern Afghanistan
D. 05-11 Riots over US Koran 'desecration' Eastern Afghanistan
E. 05-13 Nine die in new anti-US violence Afghanistan
05-15 Newsweek backs off Quran story Washington
G. 05-20 Karzai angry at US Afghan 'abuse' Kabul
H. 05-21 Afghan president pressed on opium Kabul
I. 05-22 Karzai demands 'justice' from U.S. Washington
9. 05-23 Bush rejects Karzai army demand Washington



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South Asia
Riots over US Koran 'desecration'
Karzai angry at US Afghan 'abuse'
Candidate killed in ambush
Afghan president pressed on opium
At least 10 dead in blast
40 rebels dead in battle
Riots over US Koran 'desecration'
Riots over US Koran 'desecration'
USA
Newsweek backs off Quran story
Karzai demands 'justice' from U.S.
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Bush rejects Karzai army demand
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Newsweek backs off Quran story
Kabul
Karzai angry at US Afghan 'abuse'
Candidate killed in ambush
Afghan president pressed on opium
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Eastern Afghanistan
Riots over US Koran 'desecration'
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40 rebels dead in battle
Riots over US Koran 'desecration'
Riots over US Koran 'desecration'

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