Pakistan rejects Afghan accusations of cross-border fire – The News International


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Pakistan rejects Afghan accusations of cross-border fire
The News International
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday shrugged aside accusations from Kabul, which spoke about shelling this week across the border, and said that the decision not to send 11 Afghan National Army (ANA) officers for military exercise at the Quetta Staff
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Briefly World: Afghan army trip to Pak cancelledIndian Express
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Blast in Kabul hrs after Hagel arrives – Times of India


Times of India

Blast in Kabul hrs after Hagel arrives
Times of India
KABUL: A suicide bomber wearing a vest bomb detonated the device outside the Afghan defence ministry on Saturday, killing at least nine people in a blast just hours after Chuck Hagel, the new United States defence secretary, arrived in Kabul. Hagel was
Hagel on bombing near him: 'We're in a war zone'USA TODAY
Large Explosion Hits Kabul as Hagel VisitsWall Street Journal
Bombs, Clashes With Karzai Mar Hagel's Afghan TripNPR
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Suicide bomber strikes as Hagel visits Kabul; 9 civilians dead – Los Angeles Times


Globe and Mail

Suicide bomber strikes as Hagel visits Kabul; 9 civilians dead
Los Angeles Times
KABUL, Afghanistan –A loud explosion struck outside Afghanistan's Defense Ministry in Kabul on Saturday, reportedly killing nine civilians in an attack less than a mile from where U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was staying in the capital. Gunshots were
Explosion in Kabul during Hagel visitCBS News
Suicide bomber hits Afghan defence ministry in KabulBBC News
Suicide blast in Afghan capital during Hagel visitReuters
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Afghanistan Orders US Troops to Leave Crucial Province – New York Times


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Afghanistan Orders US Troops to Leave Crucial Province
New York Times
KABUL, Afghanistan — The Afghan government on Sunday banned elite American forces from operating in a strategic province adjoining Kabul, citing complaints that Afghans working for American Special Forces have killed and tortured villagers in the area.
Afghan President Karzai ends US Special Forces operations in key provinceWashington Post
Karzai Orders U.S. Special Forces Out of Afghan Wardak ProvinceBloomberg
Karzai to US Special Ops: Get OutABC News
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