Six Afghan policemen are killed by an improvised explosive device in the Khost Province. Another IED kills two civilians in the Paktika Province.
- The U.S. military warns that the Kabul Attack Network, comprised of fighters from various jihadist groups such as the Taliban and Haqqani networks, is planning attacks on people in the Parwan, Khost, Kabul, and Logar Provinces, Afghanistan, and asks for information from the Afghan public.
- In Afghanistan, a man wearing an Afghan military uniform attacks and kills three American soldiers, in what appears to be an insider attack on U.S. International Security Assistance Force soldiers, based in east Afghanistan's Paktika Province.
- At least 19 people are killed by two suicide bombings in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and in Khost Province, as Chuck Hagel, the United States Secretary of Defense, visits the city.
- The Australian Army reports that another Australian soldier has been killed by an improvised explosive device lost in fighting in Afghanistan.
- Seven civilians, including children, are killed by two separate roadside mines in Afghanistan's eastern Ghazni Province; an 8-year-old girl was killed when militants gave her a remote-controlled explosive in a bag and told her to give it to police officers in Oruzgan Province.
- A car bomb attack on a construction company in Afghanistan's Paktika Province kills at least 13 people and injures another fifty.
- A suicide bomber kills at least 13 civilians in Afghanistan's Paktika Province.
- NATO forces repel a Taliban attack on an outpost in Afghanistan's Paktika Province, killing at least 80 insurgents.
- A roadside bomb strikes a civilian car in Paktika Province, in eastern Afghanistan, leaving seven civilians dead.
- Eight ISAF NATO soldiers are killed in multiple attacks in Afghanistan, including four in roadside bombings.