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With troops scheduled to withdraw in 2014, a generation of educated Afghan youth look abroad for stability and jobs.
Group vows a nationwide series of suicide and "insider" attacks on foreign troops, military airbases and embassies.
ISAF commander describes shooting of children, both under 10, as case of "mistaken identity" during fight with Taliban.
Afghan government accuses US special forces in Maidan Wardak province of furthering "instability and insecurity".
Expectations are running high in remote region as first woman to head Afghan district promises to bring change.
ISAF sets Twittersphere abuzz as it engages man allegedly affiliated with the Taliban on the micro-blogging site.
Move comes as number of international troops killed by Afghans in the uniforms of police and army this year reaches 51.
Deaths of 17 civilians in southern Afghanistan may have been due to rivalry between Taliban commanders, officials say.
There are hundreds of artists who perform under threat to their freedom and lives, who also deserve our solidarity.
Saudi-born Sakhr al-Taifi said to have commanded foreign fighters and directed attacks on Western and Afghan forces.
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