1. US dropped more bombs in Afghanistan last month than any time since 2010: Air Force  Fox News
  2. The Taliban vowed massive attacks on election day. Here's how Afghanistan avoided them.  The Washington Post
  3. After 18 years of war, Afghan youth dejected but hopeful  Aljazeera.com
  4. Afghanistan braces for political uncertainty in election's wake  Reuters
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The U.S. dropped more bombs on Afghanistan in September than it has at any point since October 2010, according to Air Force data.The U.S. dropped more bombs on Afghanistan in September than it has at any point since October 2010, according to Air Force data.

Afghan youth reflect on the gains made in the war-torn country since the US-led invasion toppled the Taliban in 2001.Afghan youth reflect on the gains made in the war-torn country since the US-led invasion toppled the Taliban in 2001.

After 18 years of war, Afghan youth dejected but hopeful | News | Al Jazeera

Despite pulling off a safer presidential election than expected, Afghanistan looks headed for a prolonged period of political uncertainty, with the two front-runners claiming victory before ballots are tallied and signaling they would not accept defeat.Despite pulling off a safer presidential election than expected, Afghanistan loo...

Afghanistan braces for political uncertainty in election's wake - Reuters

Insurgents claimed responsibility for a bombing in Kabul that killed 14 and wounded scores, a majority of them civilians.Insurgents claimed responsibility for a bombing in Kabul that killed 14 and wounded scores, a majority of them civilians.

“Huge. Afghan Spy Agency NDS has confirmed death of Asim Omer, a Pakistani national and leader of Al Qaeda for Indian subcontinent, during a US/Afghan Joint Operation in Helmand province. The South Asia region Chief of the Al Qaeda was embedded with Taliban in Musa Quila.”

Aditya Raj Kaul on Twitter: "Huge. Afghan Spy Agency NDS has confirmed death of Asim Omer, a Pakistani national and leader of Al Qaeda for Indian subcontinent, during a US/Afghan Joint Operation in Helmand province. The South Asia region Chief of the Al Qaeda was embedded with Taliban in Musa Quila.… https://t.co/0xSuqUFx1h"

“Top al Qaeda commander killed by US forces at Taliban hideout in Afghanistan, But yeah, Taliban was totally read to break with al Qaeda at Camp David summit. https://t.co/pTbbpYLqSq”

Marc Thiessen on Twitter: "Top al Qaeda commander killed by US forces at Taliban hideout in Afghanistan, But yeah, Taliban was totally read to break with al Qaeda at Camp David summit. https://t.co/pTbbpYLqSq"

“The relative calm on Afghanistan's election day is a rare success for the country’s security forces, which have struggled against the Taliban. But some Afghan officials caution that the successes of election day may not be easily repeated. Via @sgreports https://t.co/9NFkZRpbCj”

Dan Lamothe on Twitter: "The relative calm on Afghanistan's election day is a rare success for the country’s security forces, which have struggled against the Taliban. But some Afghan officials caution that the successes of election day may not be easily repeated. Via @sgreports https://t.co/9NFkZRpbCj"

“In One Afghan Province, the Taliban Safe-Guarded the Elections | Voice of America - English https://t.co/gnVRtS0U4s”

Mariam Wardak on Twitter: "In One Afghan Province, the Taliban Safe-Guarded the Elections | Voice of America - English https://t.co/gnVRtS0U4s"

The U.S. dropped more munitions in Afghanistan in September than any other month since October 2010 when America had nearly 100,000 troops on the ground.The U.S. dropped more munitions in Afghanistan in September than any other month since October 2010 when America had nearly 100,000 troops on the ground.

The US has ramped up its air campaign in Afghanistan to highest level in nine years

President Ashraf Ghani, a contender in the current election, said there is confidence among his team about their victory in the election, but he insists that the crisis caused by the 2014 ePresident Ashraf Ghani, a contender in the current election, said there is confidence among his team about their victory in the election, but he insists that the crisis caused by the 2014 e

Ghani: We Must Avoid 2014 Election Chaos | TOLOnews

While Pakistan has key role to play by virtue of its geo strategic location in the Afghan crisis and American total dependence on it to help Washington facilitate a settlement with the Taliban government, President Trump’s recent remarks urging for the expansion of Indo-US cooperation in security and other fields at Indian Prime Minister Narendra […]

The future of Pak-US ties - Daily Times

The US military dropped 948 munitions in Aghanistan last month. That is the highest number of bombs and missiles used since October 2010.Bombs away.

The US military used more bombs and missiles in Afghanistan last month than it has since 2010 - Task & Purpose

The US military dropped 948 munitions in Aghanistan last month. That is the highest number of bombs and missiles used since October 2010.

The US military dropped more bombs on Afghanistan in the last month than it has since 2010

In the month before the 18-year anniversary of the Afghan war’s initiation, US forces carried out more airstrikes against the Taliban and other Islamist militia targets than they had in 10 years.In the month before the 18-year anniversary of the Afghan war’s initiation, US forces carried out more airstrikes against the Taliban and other Islamist militia targets than they had in 10 years.

US Airstrikes in Afghanistan Hit 10-Year High as War’s 18-Year Anniversary Passes - Sputnik International

The Afghanistan conflict just recorded the most U.S. airstrikes in a single month in nearly a decade.The Afghanistan conflict just recorded the most U.S. airstrikes in a single month in nearly a decade.

US Airstrikes in Afghanistan Hit Heaviest Levels Since 2010 | Military.com

By Rod Nickel and Hamid Shalizi KABUL (Reuters) – Despite pulling off a safer presidential election than expected, Afghanistan looks headed for a prolonged periodBy Rod Nickel and Hamid Shalizi KABUL (Reuters) – Despite pulling off a safer presidential election than expected, Afghanistan looks headed for a prolonged period

Afghanistan braces for political uncertainty in election's wake | Euronews

News of the abduction of seven Indians first broke in May last year.News of the abduction of seven Indians first broke in May last year.

Amidst Official Silence, What We Know About the 3 Kidnapped Indians Freed in Afghanistan

News of the abduction of seven Indians first broke in May last year.News of the abduction of seven Indians first broke in May last year.

Amidst Official Silence, What We Know About the 3 Kidnapped Indians Freed in Afghanistan