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Low pay, mistrust and general dissatisfaction with the Kabul government are cited as possible reasons for killings.
A local policeman kills two US soldiers minutes after he was handed his official weapon during an inauguration ceremony.
Seven attackers killed in assault on NATO base as Helmand and Kandahar provinces hit by wave of attacks over 24 hours.
Suicide bombers who stormed compound in Farah are killed by police, in attack that left at least seven dead.
The attacks in Afghanistan on April 15 were a faint echo of the Tet Offensive, and the message was strikingly similar.
Questions remain about the capability and sustainability of a 300,000-strong force that NATO has developed.
In the first event of its kind, women in Afghanistan will march to raise awareness of street harassment.
Dawood Dawood among the dead after Taliban suicide attack on compound of a northern provincial governor.
Report cites human rights violations and warns of lack of preparation ahead of planned international withdrawal in 2014.
Security Council denounces deaths of UN staff and demonstrators in a violent protest over Quran burning.
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