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President Hamid Karzai denounces reported death of 11 children by NATO forces in Kunar province and orders inquiry.
Ten civilians, mostly women and children, among the victims of a bombing in Kunar province, local officials say.
At least four killed and seven wounded after car bomber attacks Forward Operating Base in Khost city, officials say.
US soldiers kill seven Taliban fighters in pre-dawn raid to rescue an American doctor in Surobi district, NATO says.
Suicide attack on Jalalabad airfield leaves three civilians, three Afghan security forces and nine Taliban dead.
US president names Joseph Dunford to replace General Allen, who is nominated to become NATO's supreme allied commander.
At least 12 killed, including four policemen, as Taliban claims responsibility for suicide bombing in Wardak province
At least nine police officers fatally shot by their colleagues in Nimroz while six NATO soldiers are killed in Helmand.
Explosions start fire that engulfs 22 supply trucks parked overnight in northern Afghanistan on way to NATO forces.
Foreign forces say Taliban rocket attack on ISAF base in eastern province of Kunar has left two dead and six wounded.
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