KABUL, Afghanistan (AP - Opium poppy cultivation remained stable in Afghanistan in 2010 after two years of declines, while rising prices suggested next year may cause a spike in the illicit crop, the U.N.
ASHOQEH, Afghanistan - U.S. Army Capt.
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan - As the last of 30,000 U.S.
KABUL, Afghanistan - Managers of Afghanistan's largest bank braced for a run on deposits Thursday, a day after nervous customers showed up in droves to take out their money following the resignation of two top executives allegations of mismanagement and unorthodox lending practices.
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- Afghan, NATO troops pursue Haqqani fighters
- 3 US troops die in attack on Kandahar police HQ
- Afghan field of bombs yields help for US troops
- Copter shot down in Afghanistan; 4 Americans dead
- Insurgents attack NATO's southern Afghan base
- Push for Afghan role delays military building
- US Army captain becomes king in Afghanistan
- Attacks against contractors surging in Afghanistan
- Afghan air force struggles to take off
- Setting up new government in Marjah inches along
- UN envoy says it's 'time to talk' to the Taliban
- 5 Pakistani road workers shot dead in Afghanistan
- US soldier's thoughts: wife, home, buddies, death
- US Army closes in on south Afghan town
- US Army tightens noose in southern Afghanistan
- NATO warns Afghans to 'keep your heads down'
- Battle to electrify Kandahar shows Afghan dilemma
- Dog surge along with troop surge in Afghan war
- Highway 1: prime Taliban target
- Karzai presents new Afghan Cabinet list
- Afghan officials: Karzai to keep half his Cabinet
- Mullen tells Afghan chiefs corruption must be beat
- Mullen visits front line of Afghanistan war
- Afghan police are weak link in security force
- AP News in Brief