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Afghan Insurgents Launch Multiple Attacks In Kabul

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A Decade Ago, Massoud's Killing Preceded Sept. 11

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Jalalabad, in Afghanistan's mountainous eastern region along the border with Pakistan, is the last place Osama bin Laden was seen before he vanished in 2001. In this photo from February 2011, smoke rises from an area where Taliban suicide bombers detonated their devices at a bank. Pajhwok Afghan News/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Strauss-Kahn Return To French Politics?

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Libyan Rebels Haven't Sewn Up Tripoli Victory Yet

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Assad Warns Other Countries To Stay Out of Syria

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White House Says It's Time For Gadhafi To Go

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