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Afghanistan: General John Allen apologizes over NATO troops' 'improper disposal' of Qurans (VIDEO)

Gen. Allen ordered an investigation into a report that International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) personnel at Bagram 'improperly disposed' of a large number of Islamic religious materials, which included Qurans.

NATO admits Afghan children deaths

Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the deaths and called for an investigation into the incident.

NATO extends Baltic air patrols

Brussels — Ahead of Chicago NATO summit, doubts remain about Europeans’ ability to fend for themselves as US turns to Asia.

Afghanistan: Kandahar Air Field suicide bomb kills at least 6 civilians

The blast was apparently supposed to target foreign troops at the airport, where thousands of US and NATO soldiers are based. However, officials said that all six confirmed fatalities were civilians.

US admits errors behind NATO air strike in Pakistan

"Inadequate coordination by US and Pakistani military officers operating through the border coordination center resulted in a misunderstanding about the true location of Pakistani military units," according to the Department of Defense.

US complies with Pakistan's order to evacuate Shamsi air base - reports

The Pakistani government had given the US until December 11 to leave the site, which is said to be where the CIA launches its drone attacks on the tribal belt between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

NATO-Pakistan: Islamabad boycotts Afghanistan talks to protest deadly air strike

Pakistan will boycott an international conference on Afghanistan next week, according to officials, as a protest against a NATO air strike last weekend in which 24 Pakistani soldiers were killed.

Pakistan demands US to vacate suspected drone base in response to alleged NATO attack

Pakistani officials demanded on Saturday that the US vacate an air base suspected of using unmanned droned within 15 days in response to an alleged NATO attack.

Afghanistan: 6 children, 1 adult killed in NATO air strike

Afghan President Hamid Karzai said he was "saddened" by the latest reports of civilian deaths caused by international forces in Afghanistan.

NATO to end Libya mission October 31

NATO's decision comes a day after the United Nations voted to end its authoriziation for a military operation in Libya and lift the no-fly zone over the country.
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