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Capture of Taliban No. 2 bolsters US efforts in Afghanistan
Hillary Clinton's key talking point for Persian Gulf trip: Iran
General McChrystal: Taliban could be part of solution in Afghanistan
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Yemen sharpens debate: Are wars the answer to terrorism?
In Yemen, locals worry about Obama policy on Al Qaeda
30,000 more troops to Afghanistan – but how to get them there?
Will Pakistan military go after Taliban in North Waziristan?
Can Mullen get Pakistan to shut down its terrorist havens?
Levin: In Afghanistan, US should focus on training local forces
Drone aircraft in a stepped-up war in Afghanistan and Pakistan
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US, Pakistan agree to disagree on Waziristan offensive
Pakistan Army takes fight to Taliban in South Waziristan
More troops in Afghanistan? Naysayers gain clout with Obama
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Obama faces critical decision on how to proceed in Afghanistan
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Why Osama bin Laden goes easy on Obama in latest tape
Report: McChrystal says US needs new Afghanistan strategy
Pentagon's urgent bid to counter Afghan roadside bombs
US push to put an Afghan face on Helmand offensive
US failure 'likely' caused Afghan civilian deaths, says report
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