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  US to focus on Pakistani border
UK troops in huge turbine mission  Two thousand British troops have successfully transported a huge hydroelectric power turbine through Taliban territory   Pakistan, Afghanistan deplore U.S. attack  Pakistan lashed out at the U.S. and the Afghan president spoke with Bush after U.S. strike that leaders of the 2 nations say killed scores of civilians General wants review of civilian killings  Citing 'emerging evidence,' the top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan asked for an investigation into reports   Bush reshuffles war-zone troops


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Sep.2   Southern Afghanistan  
Sep.4   Pakistan  
Sep.7   Afghanistan  
Sep.9   Washington  
  US President has ordered the withdrawal of about 8,000 troops from Iraq by February and the dispatch of additional forces to Afghanistan
 Marine and army units will be sent to Afghanistan with a combined strength of about 4,500 men
Sep.10   Afghanistan  
  The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has called for a new strategy in Afghanistan which will deny militants bases across the border in Pakistan
Sep.17   Kabul     U.S. apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths  Secretary of Defense Robert Gates apologized for recent U.S. airstrikes that have killed civilians in Afghanistan Sep.19   Washington   Pentagon reviewing Afghanistan strategy  Defense Secretary Gates and top military commanders are reviewing several aspects of U.S. military policy and strategy Sep.25   Afghanistan     Pakistan 'fires on Nato aircraft'
  Nato forces in Afghanistan say their helicopters, that had not crossed into Pakistani airspace, have been fired upon by a Pakistani checkpoint
  West Pakistan     Shots fired in US-Pakistan clash  US and Afghan forces have exchanged gunfire with Pakistani troops across the border with Afghanistan Sep.26   Washington   U.S. envoy urges better coordination
  The United States ambassador to Afghanistan said that changes in communications with Afghan military forces have been made
Sep.29   Tribal Areas   Pakistanis flee into Afghanistan
  The UN's refugee agency: 20,000 people have fled tribal area of Bajaur for Afghanistan amid fighting between troops and militants



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South Asia
UK troops in huge turbine mission
U.S. apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths
Shots fired in US-Pakistan clash
Pakistan, Afghanistan deplore U.S. attack
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U.S. apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths
USA
Bush reshuffles war-zone troops
Pentagon reviewing Afghanistan strategy
U.S. envoy urges better coordination
Bush reshuffles war-zone troops
Pentagon reviewing Afghanistan strategy
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Pakistan
Shots fired in US-Pakistan clash
Pakistanis flee into Afghanistan
Pakistan, Afghanistan deplore U.S. attack
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West Pakistan
Shots fired in US-Pakistan clash
Pakistanis flee into Afghanistan
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Tribal Areas
Pakistanis flee into Afghanistan
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Kabul
U.S. apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths
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Southern Afghanistan
UK troops in huge turbine mission
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