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Afghanistan aid workers' deaths highlights delicate position of Christian-affiliated groups
Christian NGO identifies killed aid workers, vows to stay in Afghanistan
Afghanistan war: Deadly ambush of medical mission roils one of safest provinces
Afghanistan war: Will the new Petraeus rules of engagement make troops safer?
Afghanistan war: Dutch withdrawal, WikiLeaks don't deter main NATO allies
Afghanistan election will still include suspected war criminals
Pakistan likes Al Qaeda more than America
Afghanistan war: USAID spends too much, too fast to win hearts and minds
Afghanistan war: Successful foreign assistance lets Afghans pick their project
Afghanistan war: How USAID loses hearts and minds
Wikileaks confirmed? A plan to kill American geologist with poison beer
Wikileaks reinforces the claim that Pakistan supports the Taliban
WikiLeaks shocker? In Kabul, Pakistan support for Taliban is no surprise
WikiLeaks report fictitious, says Pakistan's ex-spy chief Hamid Gul
WikiLeaks report harms national security in Afghanistan, says White House
US soldiers kidnapped by Taliban in Afghanistan: Are they both still alive?
Afghanistan war: Are Afghan forces loyal enough to take control by 2014?
Kabul Conference: Karzai calls for Afghan control by 2014
Kabul Conference: NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan by 2014?
Afghanistan: Send less money for drug war, give us more control
Taliban IEDs kill five NATO troops in Afghanistan
What Kandahar residents say about the Afghanistan war: It's complicated
In Afghanistan, drug rehab for children
Afghanistan war: Manhunt begins for Afghan soldier who killed three British troops
Taliban attacks kill 8 US soldiers within 24 hours
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