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B. 10-03 Soldiers killed in Afghan battle Nuristan, Afghanistan
C. 10-05 US 'needs time' on Afghan troops Washington
3. 10-06 Obama aware of Afghan differences Washington
10-07 Blast outside India embassy Kabul
5. 10-11 Clinton warning to Afghan leader Washington
6. 10-12 Afghan quits election commission Kabul
H. 10-14 UK sends 500 more to Afghanistan London
8. 10-17 Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops Washington
J. 10-18 US decision after Afghan result White House, Washington

Obama team weighs Afghanistan options   Clinton warning to Afghan leader  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said whoever wins recent election will be expected to do more to address the country's problems Afghan quits election commission  One of five members of the Electoral Complaints Commission has resigned amid the group's probe of allegations of voting fraud UK sends 500 more to Afghanistan  Gordon Brown says the UK will send 500 more forces personnel to Afghanistan - but only if key conditions are met   Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops  John Kerry has said it would be irresponsible to send more US troops to Afghanistan before the result of the presidential election there is ... US decision after Afghan result   The White House will take no decision on sending more troops to Afghanistan until it determines the new government is a 'true partner' Abdullah ready for runoff with Karzai Afghanistan's run-off poll hailed   World leaders have welcomed the acceptance by President Hamid Karzai of the decision to hold a run-off presidential election   Karzai accepts election runoff
Airstrike killed Afghan women, children Soldiers killed in Afghan battle Map of Nuristan Afghanistan  8 American soldiers and 2 Afghan troops have been killed in a fire-fight in the remote east of the country when military outposts were attacked U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen   US 'needs time' on Afghan troops  Defence secretary Robert Gates has said more time is needed to decide whether to increase troop levels in Afghanistan Sacked UN man attacks mission Insurgents pushed into U.S. base   Obama aware of Afghan differences  US President has said his decision on a new strategy in Afghanistan will not please everyone UN defends Afghan election role Blast outside India embassy


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Oct.7   UN
  Kabul  
  At least 7 people have been killed and more than 60 injured in a large explosion near the interior ministry office and the Indian embassy
Oct.8   Washington
Oct.11   Washington  
Oct.12   Kabul  
Oct.14   London  
Oct.17   Washington  
Oct.18   Washington  
Oct.19   Kabul
Oct.20   Afghanistan  
  Kabul  
  Afghan President bowed to Western pressure, agreeing to take part in a presidential runoff vote in two weeks
  Kabul   Sack Afghan poll officials - UN   Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said the UN wants more than half the top officials involved in Afghanistan's election replaced Oct.22   Northern Afghanistan Strong earthquake rocks Afghanistan Oct.23   Kabul   Run-off campaigning begins  Incumbent President Hamid Karzai is due to face his main challenger, Abdullah Abdullah, in two weeks' time Oct.26   Western Afghanistan   DEA among 14 dead in copter crashes
  Three Drug Enforcement Administration personnel were among 14 Americans killed when three helicopters went down
  Kabul     Afghan rivals row over poll chief  President Hamid Karzai has rejected a call by rival candidate Abdullah Abdullah to sack the head of the Afghan election commission   Washington Obama vows no rush on Afghanistan Oct.27   Southern Afghanistan   8 U.S. troops killed
  The service members were inside armored vehicles at the time of the multiple complex IED attacks
  Greece At least 8 migrants drown   Kabul   3 U.N. staff killed in firefight
  The staff members were living in a private guesthouse in central Kabul near where an attack took place
Oct.28   UN     UN chief condemns Kabul killings  UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned as 'despicable and brutal' a Taliban attack which killed six UN workers   Washington U.S. to pay Taliban to switch sides Oct.30   Afghanistan     Taliban leader: U.S. can't buy allegiance  Mullah Brader Akhund delivered a message to Obama, calling his attempt to lure away Taliban fighters with money 'an old weapon that has failed...   Kabul   Afghan election talks break down  Talks between President Hamid Karzai and his election opponent, Abdullah Abdullah, have broken down   Kabul   Abdullah 'to boycott Afghan vote'  Abdullah Abdullah, President Karzai's main rival in the second round of presidential election, is reportedly set to abandon the poll Oct.31   Kabul     Afghan rivals talk over vote boycott  President Karzai's representatives were holding eleventh-hour talks with those of main rival Abdullah Abdullah in a bid to prevent the boycotting   Kabul   Six Afghans arrested for attack on U.N.  Among the six in custody was a religious teacher from a local mosque. 3 suicide bombers were Pakistani



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South Asia
Afghan quits election commission
Abdullah ready for runoff with Karzai
Karzai accepts election runoff
Sack Afghan poll officials - UN
Run-off campaigning begins
Afghan rivals row over poll chief
Afghan rivals talk over vote boycott
Airstrike killed Afghan women, children
DEA among 14 dead in copter crashes
8 U.S. troops killed
Afghan quits election commission
Abdullah ready for runoff with Karzai
Karzai accepts election runoff
Sack Afghan poll officials - UN
Run-off campaigning begins
Afghan rivals row over poll chief
Blast outside India embassy
3 U.N. staff killed in firefight
Six Afghans arrested for attack on U.N.
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Kabul
Afghan quits election commission
Karzai accepts election runoff
Sack Afghan poll officials - UN
Run-off campaigning begins
Afghan rivals row over poll chief
Afghan rivals talk over vote boycott
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Afghan quits election commission
Abdullah ready for runoff with Karzai
Karzai accepts election runoff
Sack Afghan poll officials - UN
Run-off campaigning begins
Afghan rivals row over poll chief
Blast outside India embassy
3 U.N. staff killed in firefight
Six Afghans arrested for attack on U.N.
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North America
U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen
Obama aware of Afghan differences
UN defends Afghan election role
Clinton warning to Afghan leader
Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops
UN chief condemns Kabul killings
U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen
US 'needs time' on Afghan troops
Obama aware of Afghan differences
Obama team weighs Afghanistan options
Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops
US decision after Afghan result
UN defends Afghan election role
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U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen
US 'needs time' on Afghan troops
Obama aware of Afghan differences
Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops
US decision after Afghan result
USA
U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen
Obama aware of Afghan differences
Clinton warning to Afghan leader
Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops
U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen
US 'needs time' on Afghan troops
Obama aware of Afghan differences
Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops
US decision after Afghan result
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U.S. adviser: Taliban victory not foreseen
US 'needs time' on Afghan troops
Obama aware of Afghan differences
Senator Kerry warns on Afghan troops
US decision after Afghan result
UN
UN defends Afghan election role
UN chief condemns Kabul killings
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UN defends Afghan election role
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Western Afghanistan Your ad is here
Airstrike killed Afghan women, children
DEA among 14 dead in copter crashes
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Southern Afghanistan Your ad is here
Airstrike killed Afghan women, children
8 U.S. troops killed
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