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B. 02-01 U.S. seeks to end Afghan combat in 2013 Washington
02-21 Nato in Afghanistan Koran apology Afghanistan
3. 02-23 Obama apology for Koran burnings Washington
4. 02-24 Afghan Koran protests reach deadly peak Kabul
F. 02-25 Nato in Afghan ministries pullout after attack Kabul
G. 02-26 Attack near NATO base kills nine Jalalabad, Afghanistan

Six dead in Koran burning protests   At least six people have been killed and dozens injured after protests spread over the burning of copies of the Koran at a US airbase   Obama apology for Koran burnings
U.S. seeks to end Afghan combat in 2013  The United States and NATO want to end their combat mission in Afghanistan next year, transitioning primarily to a training role Afghan civilian death toll rises  The number of civilians killed and injured in the Afghan conflict has risen for the fifth year in a row, a UN report reveals U.S. brigadier general dies in Afghanistan  Terence Hildner,49, died in Kabul of apparent natural causes, officials said, making him one of the highest ranking officers to die in Afgha...   NATO probes report of Afghan civilian deaths   NATO is investigating a report by Afghan authorities that an airstrike by coalition forces killed eight children in Kapisa province this wee...   Afghan government in talks with Taliban  The Afghan government has joined the United States in talks with the Taliban, Afghan President Hamid Karzai says in a new report   NATO looking into reports of chopper crash   A local official reported a NATO helicopter crashed Saturday in eastern Afghanistan 3 Italian soldiers die in Afghanistan   A convoy of Italian forces and USAID workers were on their way to survey a dam, when they slid off the road in wet conditions Nato in Afghanistan Koran apology


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Feb.20   Western Afghanistan  
Feb.21   Afghanistan  
  US Gen John R Allen, the Nato commander in Afghanistan, has apologised over reports foreign troops may have burnt copies of the Koran
 The books were taken from prisoners after the US uncovered a secret Taliban message system. Rumours that a Koran had been burnt led to protests outside the US base. Gen John R Allen said any 'improper disposal' of religious materials was inadvertent
Feb.22   Afghanistan  
Feb.23   Washington  
  President Barack Obama has apologised to the Afghan people for the burning of Korans by American troops at a US base
  Afghanistan     Taliban: Kill NATO troops over Quran burning  President Obama apologized to Afghan President Karzai for the burning of Qurans by NATO troops, calling the act an inadvertent error Feb.24   Kabul   Afghan Koran protests reach deadly peak
  At least 12 people are killed as protests continue for a fourth day across Afghanistan over the burning of Korans at a US air base
Feb.25   Kabul   Nato in Afghan ministries pullout after attack
  Nato has withdrawn all its personnel from Afghan ministries after two senior US officers were shot dead in the interior ministry building
Feb.26   Northern Afghanistan   U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest Map of Kunduz Afghanistan  A protest over the burning of Qurans at a U.S. base is leaving a protester dead and several U.S. service members and police wounded   Kabul     France, Germany withdraw civilian staff   They are following the US and Britain in withdrawing civilian staff from government institutions in the wake of the killing of two senior US Nato officers   Afghanistan     Attack near NATO base kills nine Map of Jalalabad Afghanistan
  A suicide bomber detonated a car full of explosives near a NATO-led International Security Assistance Force base at Jalalabad airport
Feb.27   Kabul     Karzai condemns fatal bombing at airfield  Afghan President condemned a suicide bombing Monday at a military airfield, the latest incident in a spike in violence after the burning of Qurans Feb.29   Afghanistan   Nato 'can overcome Koran setback'   General John Allen, Nato's commander in Afghanistan: Recent protests sparked by the burning of the Koran by US soldiers were a 'setback'



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South Asia
Afghan government in talks with Taliban
Afghan Koran protests reach deadly peak
U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest
France, Germany withdraw civilian staff
U.S. brigadier general dies in Afghanistan
Afghan government in talks with Taliban
3 Italian soldiers die in Afghanistan
Nato in Afghan ministries pullout after attack
Nato in Afghan ministries pullout after attack
Afghan Koran protests reach deadly peak
U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest
U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest
3 Italian soldiers die in Afghanistan
Afghan government in talks with Taliban
Kabul
Afghan government in talks with Taliban
Afghan Koran protests reach deadly peak
France, Germany withdraw civilian staff
U.S. brigadier general dies in Afghanistan
Nato in Afghan ministries pullout after attack
Nato in Afghan ministries pullout after attack
Afghan Koran protests reach deadly peak
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Afghan government in talks with Taliban
USA
Obama apology for Koran burnings
U.S. seeks to end Afghan combat in 2013
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U.S. seeks to end Afghan combat in 2013
Obama apology for Koran burnings
Northern Afghanistan
U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest
U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest
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Herat Your ad is here
3 Italian soldiers die in Afghanistan
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Kunduz
U.S. service members wounded in Quran protest
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Parwan
Six dead in Koran burning protests
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Kapisa
NATO probes report of Afghan civilian deaths
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Attack near NATO base kills nine
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NATO looking into reports of chopper crash
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