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Summary.     Click for More > US probes Afghan civilian deaths Suicide blast kills 12 children Taliban threaten abducted South Koreans Taliban: 2 German hostages killed Former king Zahir Shah dies Taliban kills South Korean hostage S Korea urges release of hostages Taliban: Male hostage shot dead Two female Korean hostages freed German woman kidnapped Kidnapped German woman freed U.S. jet 'bombs British troops' Taliban frees 12 South Korean hostages Final S. Korean hostages freed by Taliban  Kidnappers released the 7 remaining hostages and handed them over to Red Cross officials Freed Koreans return home   The 19 church workers freed from captivity in Afghanistan have arrived home in Seoul, after being held by the Taleban for 6 weeks 170 militants dead Coalition: 80 Taliban killed   64 dead in suicide attack  At least 6 members of the parliament were killed in the blast in the province of Baghlan in northern Afghanistan   Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials   One British, the other Irish based in Helmand province, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban
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  Nato 'to step up Afghan support'  Foreign ministers meeting in Brussels have agreed to step up their military and economic assistance Taliban hostage makes video appeal NATO troops killed US extends troops' tour of duty Taliban: Bin Laden plans Iraq strikes NATO raid 'kills 21 civilians'   Taliban commander Mullah Dadullah killed   The Taliban's top military commander in Afghanistan has been killed in fighting with Afghan and Western forces in the south of the country Afghan police hit by suicide bomb, 35 killed  The bomb went off close to police HQ in the city centre at rush hour. Most of the dead are police recruits NATO strike 'kills 25 civilians'


January 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jan.25  US to boost Afghan troops and aid
 NATO to reinforce Afghan brigade
Jan.26  


February 2007 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2  Taleban forces retake town of Musa Qala
Feb.17  Coalition copter crashes


March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2  Taliban: Suicide army ready
Mar.14
Mar.27  Prodi backed in key Afghan vote


April 2007 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5  French aid workers missing
Apr.8
Apr.9  Australia to double Afghan force
Apr.11
 Civilian deaths become criminal probe
 NATO allies to discuss Afghan shortfalls
Apr.12  U.S. to boost Afghan training force
Apr.14  Suicide attack kills 8
Apr.18  Taliban 'war crimes' on Afghans
Apr.19  24 Taliban killed
Apr.21  Taliban uses boy to behead 'spy'
Apr.25  Second blast kills Afghan soldiers
Apr.28  Taliban release French aid worker
Apr.29  Troops kill 'scores of Taleban'
Apr.30  NATO-led troops move into Helmand


May 2007 ... more > Top ^
May.3  UK soldier killed
May.9
May.11  Taliban: Sarkozy pledge frees captive
May.12  
May.17  Bomb blasts kill 10 in Kandahar
May.21  Afghanistan on Bush-NATO agenda
May.30  7 killed as U.S. copter crashes
 Coalition: Taliban have Iran arms


June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  '60 die' as boat sinks
Jun.7  30 Taliban suspects dead, wounded
Jun.10  Karzai survives assassination attempt
Jun.11  US strike 'kills Afghan police'
Jun.16  
Jun.17  Children die in Afghan air raid
Jun.20  Taliban 'targeting Kabul'
Jun.21  Karzai: Taliban 'not a long-term threat'
Jun.22  
  Taliban militants stormed police posts, prompting heavy fighting and air strikes that reportedly left 25 civilians and 20 militants dead
 Province of Helmand
Jun.23  Karzai blasts NATO over deaths  NATO concedes Afghan shortfalls Jun.25  Afghan opium production 'soars' Jun.30   US probes Afghan civilian deaths  The coalition says a number of civilians appear to have died in air strikes in the southern province of Helmand

July 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1 Karzai orders bomb deaths probe Jul.4  Canadians killed in Afghan attack Jul.10     Suicide blast kills 12 children  A bomber killed 17 Afghan civilian in an attack aimed at Dutch NATO troops patrolling a crowded bazaar Jul.15  Pardon for child 'suicide bomber' Jul.19 Fickle warlord Hekmatyar ends insurgency Jul.20     Taliban threaten abducted South Koreans
  The militants threatened to kill a group of abducted Christians within 24 hours unless S. Korea withdraws its troops from Afghanistan Jul.21     Taliban: 2 German hostages killed  The Afghan Foreign Ministry said one is still alive and the other died of a heart attack Jul.22 Taliban extend deadline for hostages   Former king Zahir Shah dies  Zahir Shah has died at the age of 92 following a long illness. He was deposed in 1973 and went into exile, but returned in 2002 Jul.23 Deadline looms for hostages Jul.25     Taliban kills South Korean hostage  One of 23 held hostage has been killed because Taliban demands hadn't been met     S Korea urges release of hostages   The government condemned the Taleban for the death of one of the hostages, while sending an envoy to negotiate for the others' release Jul.26 S Korean hostage pleads for help  Afghans negotiate with Taliban Jul.27  Koreans 'alive' as deadline passes Jul.28  Afghan elders join Korean hostages talks Jul.29 Taliban: Hostages will die Monday  NATO mulls 'smaller Afghan bombs' Jul.30 Taliban resumes talks on hostages     Taliban: Male hostage shot dead   A second South Korean hostage held captive has been killed, a spokesman for the militants said. The body was dropped off in the province of ...

August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.6 Bush and Karzai vow 'an end to Taliban'
Aug.10  Coalition in 13-hour Taliban fight  S. Korean negotiators meet Taliban Aug.11 Taliban: 2 hostages to be released Musharraf 'to join Afghan jirga' Aug.12  4 soldiers killed in fighting Aug.13   Two female Korean hostages freed   Kim Kyung Ja and Kim Jina were now in Ghazni's provincial capital, 25 days after they were seized Aug.15  Troops strike in Afghan mountains Aug.17  Insurgents killed in fighting Aug.18   German woman kidnapped  A woman has been kidnapped at gunpoint in the heart of the capital. She works for an international aid organisation Aug.19 Kidnapped German in Afghan video   Kidnapped German woman freed  Christina Meier was freed during a police raid on a house, and a number of her suspected abductors were arrested Aug.24     U.S. jet 'bombs British troops'  3 soldiers have been killed by so-called friendly fire from American fighter planes Aug.27  Afghan opium at record high Aug.28 Taliban: Korean hostages to be released  Coalition forces kill 100 insurgents Aug.29   Taliban frees 12 South Korean hostages   The hostages were released into the care of officials of the Red Cross at 3 separate locations in central Afghanistan close to the city of G... Aug.30   Final S. Korean hostages freed by Taliban
  Kidnappers released the 7 remaining hostages and handed them over to Red Cross officials
Aug.31  Bomber targets airport

September 2007 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1   Freed Koreans return home Map of Seoul South Korea
  The 19 church workers freed from captivity in Afghanistan have arrived home in Seoul, after being held by the Taleban for 6 weeks
Sep.3  Taliban 'getting Chinese weapons' Sep.5  At least 20 insurgents killed  Bomb kills 2 British troops Sep.8  Afghan bombers 'foreigners' - UN Sep.10  Motorbike suicide bomber kills 28 Sep.23 2 Italian military personnel missing Sep.24  Missing Italians freed Sep.26 Scores killed in fighting Sep.27   170 militants dead
  Afghan and coalition troops have killed about 170 insurgents in 3 days of intense fighting concentrated  NATO warns of gains by Taliban Sep.28 'Many killed' in bus blast

October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1  U.S. offers rewards for 'bad guys' Ten 'casualties' in attack
Oct.8  Afghanistan executes 15 convicts Oct.11 Plan puts Marines' focus on Afghanistan  Afghanistan shuts security firms Oct.24  NATO head commits to Afghanistan Oct.27   Coalition: 80 Taliban killed   U.S.-led coalition forces killed Taliban fighters during a 6-hour battle outside a Taliban-controlled town in Helmand province

November 2007 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1  Children die in raid Nov.5  Air Force grounds F-15s in Afghanistan Nov.6     64 dead in suicide attack
  At least 6 members of the parliament were killed in the blast in the province of Baghlan in northern Afghanistan.    Later blast death toll reaches 75. Schoolchildren were also among the dead. President Ka...
Nov.9  Blast death toll reaches 75 Nov.10 US troops killed in ambush
Nov.28  Airstrike 'kills road crew'

December 2007 ... more > Top ^
Dec.4  Thirteen killed by car bomb Dec.7 Pressure kept up on Taliban town
Dec.10 Brown hails Afghan battle success Dec.12 Afghan battle 'being won' - Brown Dec.13  U.S. seeks help in Afghanistan Dec.15  'Many' Musa Qala civilians died Dec.22  Australia vows Afghan commitment  Italy's PM visits Afghanistan Dec.25     Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials
  One British, the other Irish based in Helmand province, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban
Urgent talks on Afghan expulsions Dec.31  23 Afghan police, soldiers killed


  Nato 'to step up Afghan support'  Foreign ministers meeting in Brussels have agreed to step up their military and economic assistance NATO troops killed US extends troops' tour of duty NATO raid 'kills 21 civilians'   Taliban commander Mullah Dadullah killed   The Taliban's top military commander in Afghanistan has been killed in fighting with Afghan and Western forces in the south of the country Afghan police hit by suicide bomb, 35 killed  The bomb went off close to police HQ in the city centre at rush hour. Most of the dead are police recruits NATO strike 'kills 25 civilians'




Afghanistan, 2007 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2007
Jan.25  US to boost Afghan troops and aid
Jan.25  NATO to reinforce Afghan brigade
Jan.26
Feb.2  Taleban forces retake town of Musa Qala
Feb.17  Coalition copter crashes
Mar.2  Taliban: Suicide army ready
Mar.27  Prodi backed in key Afghan vote
Apr.8
Apr.9  Australia to double Afghan force
Apr.11
Apr.11  Civilian deaths become criminal probe
Apr.11  NATO allies to discuss Afghan shortfalls
Apr.12  U.S. to boost Afghan training force
Apr.18  Taliban 'war crimes' on Afghans
Apr.19  24 Taliban killed
Apr.21  Taliban uses boy to behead 'spy'
Apr.25  Second blast kills Afghan soldiers
Apr.29  Troops kill 'scores of Taleban'
Apr.30  NATO-led troops move into Helmand
May.3  UK soldier killed
May.9
May.11  Taliban: Sarkozy pledge frees captive
May.12
May.21  Afghanistan on Bush-NATO agenda
May.30  7 killed as U.S. copter crashes
May.30  Coalition: Taliban have Iran arms
Jun.7  30 Taliban suspects dead, wounded
Jun.11  US strike 'kills Afghan police'
Jun.16
Jun.17  Children die in Afghan air raid
Jun.20  Taliban 'targeting Kabul'
Jun.21  Karzai: Taliban 'not a long-term threat'
Jun.22
  Taliban militants stormed police posts, prompting heavy fighting and air strikes that reportedly left 25 civilians and 20 militants dead
 Province of Helmand
Jun.23  Karzai blasts NATO over deaths Jun.23  NATO concedes Afghan shortfalls Jun.30 US probes Afghan civilian deaths  The coalition says a number of civilians appear to have died in air strikes in the southern province of Helmand Jul.1 Karzai orders bomb deaths probe
Jul.4  Canadians killed in Afghan attack Jul.19 Fickle warlord Hekmatyar ends insurgency Jul.29  NATO mulls 'smaller Afghan bombs' Aug.10  Coalition in 13-hour Taliban fight Aug.12  4 soldiers killed in fighting Aug.15  Troops strike in Afghan mountains Aug.17  Insurgents killed in fighting Aug.24   U.S. jet 'bombs British troops'
  3 soldiers have been killed by so-called friendly fire from American fighter planes Aug.28  Coalition forces kill 100 insurgents Sep.3  Taliban 'getting Chinese weapons' Sep.5  At least 20 insurgents killed Sep.5  Bomb kills 2 British troops Sep.23 2 Italian military personnel missing Sep.24  Missing Italians freed Sep.26 Scores killed in fighting Sep.27 170 militants dead
  Afghan and coalition troops have killed about 170 insurgents in 3 days of intense fighting concentrated Sep.27  NATO warns of gains by Taliban Oct.1  U.S. offers rewards for 'bad guys' Oct.11 Plan puts Marines' focus on Afghanistan Oct.11  Afghanistan shuts security firms Oct.24  NATO head commits to Afghanistan Oct.27 Coalition: 80 Taliban killed   U.S.-led coalition forces killed Taliban fighters during a 6-hour battle outside a Taliban-controlled town in Helmand province Nov.1  Children die in raid Nov.5  Air Force grounds F-15s in Afghanistan Nov.10 US troops killed in ambush Nov.28  Airstrike 'kills road crew' Dec.4  Thirteen killed by car bomb Dec.7 Pressure kept up on Taliban town Dec.10 Brown hails Afghan battle success Dec.12 Afghan battle 'being won' - Brown Dec.13  U.S. seeks help in Afghanistan Dec.15  'Many' Musa Qala civilians died Dec.31  23 Afghan police, soldiers killed



Afghanistan, 2007 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2007 Feb.17  Coalition copter crashes Apr.5  French aid workers missing Jun.2  '60 die' as boat sinks



Afghanistan, 2007 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2007 Mar.14 Taliban hostage makes video appeal
Apr.11  Civilian deaths become criminal probe Apr.14  Suicide attack kills 8 Apr.21  Taliban uses boy to behead 'spy' Apr.25 Taliban: Bin Laden plans Iraq strikes Apr.28  Taliban release French aid worker May.11  Taliban: Sarkozy pledge frees captive May.17  Bomb blasts kill 10 in Kandahar Jun.10  Karzai survives assassination attempt Jun.16 Afghan police hit by suicide bomb, 35 killed  The bomb went off close to police HQ in the city centre at rush hour. Most of the dead are police recruits Jun.25  Afghan opium production 'soars' Jul.10   Suicide blast kills 12 children  A bomber killed 17 Afghan civilian in an attack aimed at Dutch NATO troops patrolling a crowded bazaar Jul.15  Pardon for child 'suicide bomber' Jul.20   Taliban threaten abducted South Koreans  The militants threatened to kill a group of abducted Christians within 24 hours unless S. Korea withdraws its troops from Afghanistan Jul.21   Taliban: 2 German hostages killed  The Afghan Foreign Ministry said one is still alive and the other died of a heart attack Jul.22 Taliban extend deadline for hostages Jul.23 Deadline looms for hostages Jul.25   Taliban kills South Korean hostage  One of 23 held hostage has been killed because Taliban demands hadn't been met Jul.26 S Korean hostage pleads for help Jul.27  Koreans 'alive' as deadline passes Jul.28  Afghan elders join Korean hostages talks Jul.29 Taliban: Hostages will die Monday Jul.30 Taliban resumes talks on hostages Jul.30   Taliban: Male hostage shot dead   A second South Korean hostage held captive has been killed, a spokesman for the militants said. The body was dropped off in the province of ... Aug.11 Taliban: 2 hostages to be released Aug.13 Two female Korean hostages freed   Kim Kyung Ja and Kim Jina were now in Ghazni's provincial capital, 25 days after they were seized Aug.18 German woman kidnapped  A woman has been kidnapped at gunpoint in the heart of the capital. She works for an international aid organisation Aug.19 Kidnapped German in Afghan video Aug.19 Kidnapped German woman freed  Christina Meier was freed during a police raid on a house, and a number of her suspected abductors were arrested Aug.27  Afghan opium at record high Aug.28 Taliban: Korean hostages to be released Aug.29 Taliban frees 12 South Korean hostages   The hostages were released into the care of officials of the Red Cross at 3 separate locations in central Afghanistan close to the city of G... Aug.30 Final S. Korean hostages freed by Taliban
  Kidnappers released the 7 remaining hostages and handed them over to Red Cross officials
Aug.31  Bomber targets airport Sep.1 Freed Koreans return home Map of Seoul South Korea
  The 19 church workers freed from captivity in Afghanistan have arrived home in Seoul, after being held by the Taleban for 6 weeks
Sep.8  Afghan bombers 'foreigners' - UN Sep.10  Motorbike suicide bomber kills 28 Sep.28 'Many killed' in bus blast Oct.1 Ten 'casualties' in attack Oct.8  Afghanistan executes 15 convicts Nov.6   64 dead in suicide attack
  At least 6 members of the parliament were killed in the blast in the province of Baghlan in northern Afghanistan.    Later blast death toll reaches 75. Schoolchildren were also among the dead. President Ka...
Nov.9  Blast death toll reaches 75



Afghanistan, 2007 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.25  US to boost Afghan troops and aid Jan.26   Nato 'to step up Afghan support'  Foreign ministers meeting in Brussels have agreed to step up their military and economic assistance Mar.27  Prodi backed in key Afghan vote Apr.11  NATO allies to discuss Afghan shortfalls May.21  Afghanistan on Bush-NATO agenda Jun.21  Karzai: Taliban 'not a long-term threat' Jun.23  Karzai blasts NATO over deaths Jul.1 Karzai orders bomb deaths probe
Jul.22 Former king Zahir Shah dies  Zahir Shah has died at the age of 92 following a long illness. He was deposed in 1973 and went into exile, but returned in 2002 Jul.25   S Korea urges release of hostages   The government condemned the Taleban for the death of one of the hostages, while sending an envoy to negotiate for the others' release Jul.26  Afghans negotiate with Taliban Jul.28  Afghan elders join Korean hostages talks Jul.30 Taliban resumes talks on hostages Aug.6 Bush and Karzai vow 'an end to Taliban' Aug.10  S. Korean negotiators meet Taliban Aug.11 Musharraf 'to join Afghan jirga' Oct.11  Afghanistan shuts security firms Dec.10 Brown hails Afghan battle success Dec.13  U.S. seeks help in Afghanistan Dec.22  Australia vows Afghan commitment Dec.22  Italy's PM visits Afghanistan Dec.25   Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials
  One British, the other Irish based in Helmand province, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban
Dec.25 Urgent talks on Afghan expulsions