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10-05 Saudi hosts Afghan peace talks w. Taliban Saudi Arabia
C. 10-05 Afgh. General: Politics needed to end war Kabul
D. 10-08 US probe: airstrike killed 33 civilians Western Afghanistan
4. 10-10 NATO agrees Afghan drug role NATO
5. 10-19 Taliban executed 30 of 50 people Kandahar

Afgh. General: Politics needed to end war  Minister of defense Abdul Rahim Wardak: Political and economic solutions are needed alongside military might to help end the fighting in Afghanistan Earthquake rattles Afghanistan  A 6.0-magnitude earthquake shook central Afghanistan about 70 km south of the capital, Kabul   Taliban split with al Qaeda, seek peace  Taliban leaders are holding Saudi-brokered talks with the Afghan government to end the country's bloody conflict US probe: airstrike killed 33 civilians
Afghan victory hopes played down  Brig Mark Carleton-Smith, the UK's commander in Helmand, has said Britain should not expect a 'decisive military victory' in Afghanistan   Saudi hosts Afghan peace talks w. Taliban


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Oct.4   Helmand  
Oct.5   Saudi Arabia  
  In a groundbreaking meeting, King Abdullah recently hosted talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban militant group
  Kabul  
  Afghanistan  
Oct.6   Saudi Arabia  
Oct.8   Western Afghanistan  
  A military probe has found that an airstrike in western Afghanistan killed at least 33 civilians last month; 5 to 7 civilian deaths initially reported
Oct.10   NATO     NATO agrees Afghan drug role
  NATO defense ministers authorized their troops to attack drug barons blamed for pumping up to $100 million a year into the coffers of Taliban
  Washington     U.S. would support talks with Taliban
  Defense Secretary Robert Gates said the U.S. would be prepared to reconcile with the Taliban if the Afghan government pursued talks
Oct.19   Kandahar     Taliban executed 30 of 50 people
  Afghan officials claim that the Taliban has executed as many as 30 of 50 people captured on a bus in Kandahar Province



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South Asia
Afgh. General: Politics needed to end war
US probe: airstrike killed 33 civilians
Afgh. General: Politics needed to end war
Afgh. General: Politics needed to end war
Taliban executed 30 of 50 people
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Saudi Arabia
Saudi hosts Afghan peace talks w. Taliban
Saudi hosts Afghan peace talks w. Taliban
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Taliban split with al Qaeda, seek peace
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Western Afghanistan
Afghan victory hopes played down
US probe: airstrike killed 33 civilians
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Southern Afghanistan
Afghan victory hopes played down
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Taliban executed 30 of 50 people
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Kabul
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Taliban executed 30 of 50 people
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USA
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Helmand
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NATO
NATO agrees Afghan drug role
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