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Obama's two fronts in the Afghan war
Pentagon seeks stability in Afghanistan deployments
NATO airstrike in Afghanistan overshadows drop in casualties
Gates: It is not time to get out of Afghanistan
Suicide bomb kills Afghan deputy intelligence chief
Bad timing for Obama on any troop buildup in Afghanistan
US commander: Afghan situation 'serious' but winnable
Report: McChrystal says US needs new Afghanistan strategy
Pentagon's urgent bid to counter Afghan roadside bombs
Is Obama making a convincing case for the Afghan war?
More US troops to Afghanistan? Why Mullen won't answer.
Why McChrystal may not get more troops for Afghanistan
More US troops for Afghanistan: Are they inevitable?
Does US commander's frank assessment of Afghanistan help – or hurt – war effort?
Can Afghanistan be saved? We'll know in a year, Jones says.
In Afghanistan, Taliban kills more civilians than US
US push to put an Afghan face on Helmand offensive
More troops lost to roadside bombs: a familiar pattern
US troops in Afghanistan face tough battle: Making 'clear, hold, and build' work
As US troops move into south, Taliban strike elsewhere
In Afghanistan operation, Marines return to 'little America'
US offensive in Afghanistan targets Taliban stronghold
US general heads to Afghanistan to develop new strategy
In Afghanistan, time is running out, Pentagon worries
US 'Afpak' strategy troubles some in US and Pakistan
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