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B. 11-12 Conflict deaths quadruple Afghanistan
C. 11-19 Harsh winter won't stop Taliban fight Afghanistan
11-28 NATO eyes Afghan handover in 2008 Latvia

  U.S.: Senior al Qaeda leader captured Map of Bagram Afghanistan  Abu Nasir al-Qahtani escaped last year from Bagram prison. He was among six people arrested during a raid by coalition   Afghan 'threat to wider region'  President Karzai has warned that instability poses a huge threat to peace and prosperity in the whole region   Harsh winter won't stop Taliban fight
  NATO kills 28 Taliban suspects  NATO launched air strikes as clashes in the province of Kandahar, killed suspected militants Conflict deaths quadruple

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Nov.9   Kandahar  
Nov.12   Afghanistan  
  A report on the insurgency suggests that more than 3,700 people have died so far in 2006 - about 1,000 of them civilians
Nov.13   Afghanistan  
Nov.18   Afghanistan  
Nov.19   Afghanistan  
  U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Pritt said Afghan forces have tripled the number of forward bases to more than 60
  Southern Afghanistan     Blair meets troops
  Prime Minister met some of the 6,000-strong British force at Camp Bastion in southern Afghanistan
Nov.28   Latvia     NATO eyes Afghan handover in 2008
  At a 2-day summit, Secretary-General de Hoop Scheffer insisted the alliance will prevail in its first mission outside Europe
Nov.29   Latvia     NATO signals Afghan reinforcements Map of Riga Latvia
  NATO leaders meeting in Riga have agreed to step up operations in Afghanistan with more troops on the ground


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