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Afghan police say at least three people have been killed in a suicide bombing at a guest house in northern Afghanistan, which has seen a rise in insurgent attacks. Mubobullah Sayedi, a spokesman for the governor of Kunduz province, said that shortly
One of the pleasures of traveling through the developing world is that things develop...Afghanistan is, depending on one's point of view, developing, deteriorating, or doing both at once. Example: Last August found me and two fellow Americans in a
Speaking on the second of a two-day visit to Afghanistan, Rosenthal said recent events did not necessarily mean Kunduz had become more dangerous. 'It is clear that there are risks attached to the mission,' he is quoted as saying. 'But the Dutch
The war that has raged in the south and the east of the country for nearly 10 years has spread to the once peaceful north of Afghanistan. Kunduz, kills three civilians, wounds 11 — June 10: Suicide bomber blows himself up o
A total of six people were killed and 22 wounded in an explosion in a bazaar in Kunduz province, Afghanistan today. Regional police spokesman, said Sarwar Hussaini, the victims of five civilians and one policeman, while the
In total, 545 soldiers and police officers are heading for Kunduz and most will arrive over at their base in a German military camp over the next few weeks. However, the full training programme for local police officers will not formally begin until
A suicide attack in Kunduz province in northern Afghanistan killed at least three injured and three left behind. Security officials say the incident the injured and dead are all police. But the doctor Zafar light, Chief Health Office (
In a bomb attack on an army patrol in northern Afghanistan, according to Bild-Zeitung, a German soldier was killed. Another army soldier was wounded in the attack north-west of Kunduz, Bild.de reported on Wednesday (25/05/2011).
April 11, 2011 Some 50 Taliban insurgents, including one who said he was a Taliban provincial leader, defected Monday to the government in Kandahar Province, which has long been a militant stronghold. The 50 men, armed with light and heavy machine
GroenLinks only agreed to support the mission on condition the length of the training period was extended to at least eight weeks. Nato has a six-week limit and last week it emerged the government has not won a commitment for a longer period.