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1. 01-15 Bomber targets Nato troops
C. 04-19 Rocket hits embassy row Kabul
D. 06-04 NATO promises new Afghan tactics Afghanistan
E. 07-30 NATO to control south Afghanistan Afghanistan
5. 08-19 Clashes 'leave five dead' Afghanistan
6. 08-19 Dozens of Taleban fighters killed Afghanistan
09-02 14 Britons die in NATO crash Kandahar
I. 09-07 NATO: More troops needed in Afghanistan NATO

  NATO: More troops needed in Afghanistan  Gen. James L. Jones urged allied nations to send reinforcements to war-ravaged southern Afghanistan Nato seeks Afghan troops boost Map of Warsaw Poland  Military Committee Chairman Gen Henault told defence chiefs in Warsaw that casualties were mounting   NATO says 40 militants killed  A NATO soldier were killed in fighting spearheaded by Canadian and Afghan troops in southern Afghanistan Nato kills 94 'Taleban fighters'
  Bomber targets Nato troops   A suicide bomber has attacked a convoy of Canadian soldiers in the city of Kandahar, killing one Rocket hits embassy row  An attack caused a large explosion in a district that houses embassies and the headquarters of NATO's mission   NATO promises new Afghan tactics  Lt Gen David Richards has pledged to use new tactics to win over the support of disenchanted Afghans   NATO to control south Afghanistan  The UK and Canadian-led force is taking control, almost 5 years after the war against the Taleban Clashes 'leave five dead'  At least 4 foreign soldiers and an Afghan soldier have been killed in 2 separate incidents   Dozens of Taleban fighters killed  At least 70 militants were killed in clashes with Nato troops after attacking a bazaar in Panjwayi district   14 Britons die in NATO crash


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  The aircraft went off the radar and crashed in an open area in Kandahar
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  Operation Medusa: Nato and Afghan forces are in intense overnight clashes in southern Afghanistan
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  No offers have been made by states in response to requests by commanders in Afghanistan
Sep.14   Poland to boost Nato Afghan force  Poland will send 1,000 troops to Afghanistan next year as part of the peacekeeping force there Sep.28   NATO to extend Afghan operations  NATO will extend its mission to cover the whole of the insurgency-hit country

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Oct.4   NATO chief calls for more Afghan aid  U.S. Marine Gen. James Jones: Western nations must do more to crack down on the drug trade and corruption Oct.5     NATO expands role in Afghanistan
  Power in the east was transferred from the U.S.-led coalition to NATO's International Security Assistance Force Oct.26   'Civilians killed' in Nato raids
  Scores of civilians have been killed during operations against Taleban in southern Afghanistan
  Nato confirms raid deaths  Nato has confirmed that at least 12 civilians were killed in an air strike it carried out in southern Afghanistan Oct.28   NATO commander: Mistakes made in strike  Gen. James Jones promised President Karzai that a full investigation of an incident would be launched

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Nov.9     NATO kills 28 Taliban suspects  NATO launched air strikes as clashes in the province of Kandahar, killed suspected militants Nov.28   NATO eyes Afghan handover in 2008
  At a 2-day summit, Secretary-General de Hoop Scheffer insisted the alliance will prevail in its first mission outside Europe
Nov.29     NATO signals Afghan reinforcements Map of Riga Latvia  NATO leaders meeting in Riga have agreed to step up operations in Afghanistan with more troops on the ground





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