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One civilian dead in Taliban suicide attack on NATO convoy in Kabul
13th October 2014 One civilian dead in Taliban suicide attack on NATO convoy in Kabul KABUL- A Taliban suicide bomber targeted an NATO convoy in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul on Monday, killing an Afghan civilian but causing no casualties among foreign troops, officials said. The explosion struck around dawn in Kabul’s east, on the...
Taliban attackers set NATO vehicles ablaze on Afghan border
19th June 2014 Taliban attackers set NATO vehicles ablaze on Afghan border KABUL: Taliban militants set NATO military vehicles ablaze in Afghanistan on Thursday, with local officials saying 37 were affected, though the coalition confirmed only that “several” were damaged. All three attackers died in a gunfight with Afghan police...
NATO gets first US destroyer for missile shield
12th February 2014 NATO gets first US destroyer for missile shield BRUSSELS: The first of four US high-tech destroyers arrived in Spain Tuesday to form a key part of a ballistic missile shield for Europe which Russia says directly threatens its security. The USS Donald Cook took up station...
NATO warns Afghan support at risk without troop status accord
27th January 2014 NATO warns Afghan support at risk without troop status accord Afghanistan cannot continue stalling on a post-2014 US and NATO troop status accord without jeopardising essential financial support for its armed forces, NATO head Anders Fogh Rasmussen warned Monday. “The Afghan political leadership should not underestimate the negative...
NATO opens post-2014 talks with Afghanistan
21st December 2013 NATO opens post-2014 talks with Afghanistan KABUL: NATO on Saturday opened negotiations with Afghanistan over a proposed military force to stay in the country after next year, but said no deal would be signed until after a separate agreement with the US was completed....
NATO warns Karzai aid at risk if no troop accord
2nd December 2013 NATO warns Karzai aid at risk if no troop accord BRUSSELS: NATO officials warned Afghan President Hamid Karzai Monday that he must sign a US troop status accord or put at risk future military and development aid for his country. While planning continues for a post-2014 training and...
Police arrest terrorist involved in NATO terminal attack
19th September 2013 Police arrest terrorist involved in NATO terminal attack ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police has succeeded in arresting an important terrorist Shaukat Zaman on the information given by the accused involved in the murder of former Federal Minister Shahbaz Bhatti. According to reports, Shaukat Zaman was involved in attack...
Gunmen torch NATO tankers, kill driver in Kalat
13th September 2013 Gunmen torch NATO tankers, kill driver in Kalat QUETTA: Gunmen attacked a convoy of NATO oil tankers in Kalat overnight, killing a driver and torching eight vehicles, local officials said Friday. The attackers fired rockets and bullets at the convoy of 15 oil tankers traveling from...
10 civilians killed in NATO airstrike in Afghanistan
8th September 2013 10 civilians killed in NATO airstrike in Afghanistan ASADABAD: At least ten civilians have been killed in a NATO airstrike in eastern Afghanistan, Afghan provincial officials said Sunday. “At least four women, four children and two civilian drivers were killed in a NATO airstrike in Wattapur...
Mastung: Militants torch two containers
27th June 2013 Mastung: Militants torch two containers QUETTA: Armed militants on Thursday torched two private containers, which were on their way from Karachi to Quetta, in the Mastung district of Balochistan. Levies sources told media that four armed militants opened fire on two private containers...
Seven NATO troops killed in bloody Afghan attacks
5th May 2013 Seven NATO troops killed in bloody Afghan attacks A roadside bomb killed five US troops Saturday in Afghanistan and two other NATO soldiers were shot dead in an “insider attack”, a week after the Taliban launched their spring offensive. The bomb killed five soldiers in a...
Insurgent attacks kill six NATO personnel in Afghanistan
6th April 2013 Insurgent attacks kill six NATO personnel in Afghanistan KANDAHAR: Six NATO personnel were killed on Saturday in two separate attacks in Afghanistan, officials said, in the deadliest day for foreign forces this year. The strikes came as the top US military officer General Martin Dempsey arrived in...
US begins Afghan pullout through Pakistan route
11th February 2013 US begins Afghan pullout through Pakistan route ISLAMABAD: The US has started using the land route through Pakistan to pull American military equipment out of Afghanistan as it draws down its troops in the country, US and Pakistani officials said Monday. The US moved 50...
US General Dunford takes charge of NATO in Afghanistan
10th February 2013 US General Dunford takes charge of NATO in Afghanistan KABUL: US General Joseph Dunford assumed command of NATO forces in Afghanistan on Sunday, taking over from General John Allen as the coalition prepares to withdraw the bulk of combat troops by next year, an AFP reporter witnessed....
Suicide car bomber targets Afghan NATO airbase
13th December 2012 Suicide car bomber targets Afghan NATO airbase KANDAHAR, Afghanistan, Dec 13, 2012 (AFP) – A suicide car bomb exploded near a NATO airbase in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, wounding at least 10 civilians and three foreign soldiers, Afghan officials said. “The suicide bomber detonated his...
People in parts of Afghanistan prefers Taliban rule: Report
12th December 2012 People in parts of Afghanistan prefers Taliban rule: Report MARJAH, Afghanistan — Nearly three years after U.S.-led forces opened the biggest operation of the war to clear insurgents, foster economic growth and set a model for the rest of Afghanistan, angry residents of Helmand province say they...
NATO expected to clear Turkey missile deployment
4th December 2012 NATO expected to clear Turkey missile deployment NATO foreign ministers are expected Tuesday to approve Turkey’s request for deployment of Patriot missiles to counter a threat from Syria as Washington bluntly warned Damascus against the possible use of chemical weapons. “Today, I want to make...
Man wearing Afghan police uniform kills two NATO officials
30th October 2012 Man wearing Afghan police uniform kills two NATO officials KABUL: A man wearing an Afghan police uniform shot dead two members of Afghanistan’s NATO-led force in the south of the country on Tuesday, the force said. An Afghan police official in the southern province of Helmand said a...
Afghanistan: NATO base targeted in suicide attack, several injured
17th October 2012 Afghanistan: NATO base targeted in suicide attack, several injured A suicide truck bomb attack on a joint NATO-Afghan army base in eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday caused several casualties to Afghan forces, the International Security Assistance Force said. Reports by Afghan officials of the number of soldiers wounded...
80 percent of Afghanistan free of violence: NATO general
30th September 2012 80 percent of Afghanistan free of violence: NATO general KABUL: A senior NATO commander says that 80 percent of Afghanistan is free of violence but warned an insurgency still rages in the south and east, fuelled by fighters coming from neighbouring Pakistan. “About 80 percent of Afghan...
Afghan insider attack kills NATO soldier, contractor
30th September 2012 Afghan insider attack kills NATO soldier, contractor KABUL: A NATO soldier and a civilian contractor have been killed in a suspected insider attack in eastern Afghanistan, the latest in a series described by a top US general as “the signature attack” of the Afghan war....
NATO airstrike kills 8 Afghan women
16th September 2012 NATO airstrike kills 8 Afghan women MIHTARLAM: Eight women were killed and eight women wounded in a NATO air strike shortly before dawn on Sunday in a remote area east of Kabul, an Afghan official said. NATO’s US-led International Security Assistance Force said it...
Six US fighter jets destroyed in Taliban attack
16th September 2012 Six US fighter jets destroyed in Taliban attack KABUL: Six US fighter jets were destroyed and two significantly damaged when insurgents stormed a heavily fortified Afghan base where Britain’s Prince Harry is deployed on Friday, a NATO spokesman said. Three coalition refuelling stations were also destroyed...
Suspected policeman kills 4 NATO troops in Afghanistan
16th September 2012 Suspected policeman kills 4 NATO troops in Afghanistan KABUL: A suspected policeman on Sunday killed four NATO troops in Afghanistan, the US-led military said, the second apparent attack in which Afghan security forces have killed their Western allies in two days. Sunday’s deaths took to 51...
2 NATO troops die in helicopter crash: Afghanistan
30th August 2012 2 NATO troops die in helicopter crash: Afghanistan KABUL: The international military coalition in Afghanistan says two international service members have been killed in a helicopter crash in the country’s south. NATO forces said in a statement that they had no reports of enemy activity in the area where...
Afghan militant attacks up 11 percent: NATO
27th July 2012 Afghan militant attacks up 11 percent: NATO KABUL— The U.S.-led coalition says insurgent attacks in Afghanistan during the past three months were up 11 percent, compared to the same period last year. The latest statistics also say that the number of attacks in June was the highest for any...
 
 
 



 
 
 



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