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'Kill team' leader guilty of Afghan murders  Washington: A US military court has convicted Sgt Calvin Gibbs on three counts of premeditated murder as the leader of a rogue 'kill team' in Afghanistan Sgt. on trial for alleged sport killings  Washington: Calvin Gibbs, 26, faces a military court martial on Friday for numerous charges, including the murder of three Afghan civilians Death sentence for Afghan reporter. Northern Afghanistan Afghanistan executes 15 convicts. Kabul Pardon for child 'suicide bomber'. Kabul Convert 'faces execution'
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B. 2014-12-20 Afghan Guantanamo inmates freed Guantanamo
C. 2014-10-08 Five Afghan men hanged for rape Pul-e-Charkhi, Kabul
2014-02-12 Prisoners in US-Afghan row freed Bagram, Kabul
E. 2014-01-27 Pentagon fumes as Afghanistan frees Taliban fighters Afghanistan
5. 2013-11-08 UK Royal Marine guilty of Afghan murder Helmand
G. 2013-09-20 Date set for Taliban chief release Pakistan
7. 2013-08-22 Afghan massacre US soldier 'sorry' Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Seattle
8. 2013-08-20 Afghan massacre victim eyes US soldier Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, Seattle
9. 2013-06-06 Afghan fury over massacre 'leniency' Kandahar

  Pentagon fumes as Afghanistan frees Taliban fighters  Afghani officials freed 37 insurgents and Taliban fighters with 'blood on their hands' in what the Pentagon called a 'major step backward' UK Royal Marine guilty of Afghan murder   Helmand: A Royal Marine has been found guilty by a military court of murdering an injured Afghan insurgent, in what the prosecution called "an execut...   Date set for Taliban chief release  Pakistan: Former Afghan Taliban second-in-command Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar is to be released from prison in Pakistan on Saturday, the foreign ministry... Afghan massacre US soldier 'sorry'   Seattle: Staff Sgt Robert Bales who ran amok last year killing 16 Afghan villagers has apologised for the massacre, calling it an 'act of cowardice' Afghan massacre victim eyes US soldier   Seattle: Staff Sgt Robert Bales, 39, who killed 16 civilians has been confronted by a victim, as his sentencing heard graphic details of the massacre Afghan fury over massacre 'leniency'   Kandahar: Residents of Afghan villages where a US soldier went on a rampage last year have reacted with anger that he has escaped the death penalty Afghan attacks soldier pleads guilty   Washington State: US soldier Robert Bales has avoided the death penalty for murdering 16 Afghan civilians last year, after a military judge accepted his guilty... Afghan attacks soldier to plead guilty   Washington State: Staff Sgt Robert Bales accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians in two rampages last year will plead guilty to avoid the death penalty, his lawyers... 'Long way to go' on justice for Afghan women - UN Death sought in US soldier case. Seattle 5 Royal Marines charged with murder in Afghanistan death. London US Marines charged in urine video. USA US jails Afghan drug lord for life. Washington U.S. soldier charged with 17 counts of murder. USA US soldier to face murder charges. USA Jailed Afghan rape victim freed
Afghan Guantanamo inmates freed  Four Afghan detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison have been sent back to their home country, the Pentagon says Five Afghan men hanged for rape Map of Pul-e-Charkhi Afghanistan  Kabul: Five Afghan men convicted of gang-raping four women have been executed in a case that sparked national outrage Prisoners in US-Afghan row freed Map of Bagram Afghanistan

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  Kabul: Sixty-five detainees have been released from Afghanistan's Bagram detention centre, local officials say, despite strong protests by the US

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  President Hamid Karzai has pardoned a rape victim who was jailed for adultery, after she apparently agreed to marry her attacker.


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  The US have expressed concern over reports that a Muslim convert to Christianity could face the death penalty
 Abdul Rahman, 41, is charged with rejecting Islam and could be executed unless he reconverts. The US stressed it did not want to interfere. Rahman converted 16 years ago as an aid worker. His family denounced him in a custody dispute over his 2 children.

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Jul.18 Afghan warlord guilty of torture
  England: Faryadi Zardad, 42, has been found guilty of a 'heinous' campaign of torture and hostage taking in his homeland

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Sep.15 US vigilantes convicted in Kabul
  3 Americans have been jailed for up to 10 years for torturing Afghans and running a private jai Mar.15 Two dozen freed from Guantanamo  The Pentagon has released 23 Afghans and 3 Pakistani prisoners being held at the U.S. military base

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Jul.18 Guantanamo detainees return home   A U.S. military aircraft carrying 2 dozen detainees has landed at Bagram Air Base

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Aug.25 U.S. general backs probe of mass graves  Gen. Franks supports an investigation into allegations that Taliban prisoners suffocated and were dumped into mass graves Jul.7 Hunt begins for assassins  President Karzai has set up a 5-member delegation to investigate the assassination of one of the country's 3 vice presidents

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Oct.26 Taleban opponent executed
  Taleban say they have executed opposition commander Abdul Haq, one of the guerrilla commanders
Oct.5   Taliban offers aid workers deal
  Taliban would release 8 detained workers if the U.S. stops propaganda of military action

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