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Nine people captured after helicopter makes emergency landing in Logar province, according to local officials.
General expected to be last commander of NATO and US forces there, as combat troops are set to withdraw by end of 2014.
Rasmussen says 2014 withdrawal of coalition troops on schedule, with Afghan forces set to assume lead role by mid-2013.
Military official says cross-border operation that killed 24 soldiers was deliberate as Clinton again voices regret.
Officials say decision taken to stay away from Bonn conference in protest against deaths caused by apparent NATO raid.
Foreign minister tells US secretary of state that incident that left 25 soldiers dead is "totally unacceptable".
Washington pledges support for a full investigation into alleged NATO attack that killed 25 Pakistani soldiers.
Taliban claims responsibility for attack killing six officers, as the US prepares for a troop withdrawal.
One person reported killed near Afghan Nato base amid global demonstrations against US pastors' threat to burn Qurans.
Thousands stage demonstrations across Afghanistan, as US pastor announces Quran-burning plan "will no longer go ahead".
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