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Taliban suicide bomber kills high-ranking officials in Afghanistan (VIDEO)

Targeting high-profile figures has long been an aim of the insurgents.

NATO air strikes hit eight Gaddafi warships (VIDEO)

"We have significantly degraded Gaddafi's war machine, and now we see the results — the opposition has gained ground," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said.

NATO quickly returns to business after Osama bin Laden's death

BRUSSELS — The events of Sept 11, 2001, masterminded by bin Laden, precipitated the first time NATO invoked its “Article Five,” which stipulates that an attack against one member state is an attack against all.

Gaddafi's son and grandchildren killed in NATO airstrike, Libya claims (VIDEO)

NATO said it cannot confirm deaths but insisted all Libyan targets were military.

In Afghanistan, NATO forces grapple with risk of infiltrators

LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan — With the Taliban warning it has placed infiltrators throughout security regiments, how can alliance soldiers be sure who’s standing next to them?

France shows its hawkish side in Libya, Ivory Coast

PARIS — When Sarkozy saw the chance to exercise French leadership, especially after U.S. President Barack Obama’s initial reluctance to intervene in Libya, he took it.

NATO's complicated mission in Libya

BRUSSELS — The stated NATO mission in Libya is emphatic: "Protect civilians and civilian-populated areas under threat of attack ... . Nothing more, nothing less.”

Libyan attack: Who's in charge?

France wants the EU in control, while Britain prefers NATO.
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