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US Loses Track of Arms Given to Afghan Security Forces
VOA News
Jul 29, 2014
A new U.S. government report says the military has not effectively kept track of the light weapons it supplied to Afghanistan’s army and police.
Taliban Executes 14 in Roadside Attack
VOA News
Jul 28, 2014
Six Taliban fighters in Afghanistan killed a border policeman and a civilian Sunday.
Afghanistan: Pakistan's Anti-Haqqani Offensive Ineffective
VOA News
Jul 24, 2014
Afghan intelligence officials say Pakistan's military made little headway in its offensive against the Haqqani network and other militant groups.
Parliamentary System A Risky Solution For Afghanistan
Frud Bezhan
Jul 23, 2014
John Kerry says two days of talks in Kabul with Afghanistan’s presidential candidates have led to an agreement on an internationally supervised audit of ballots.
Afghan Presidential Vote Audit Continues Despite Glitches
Ayaz Gul
Jul 21, 2014
The internationally supervised, slow-moving audit of 8.1 million Afghan votes from last month’s disputed presidential runoff resumed Sunday.
India and Chahbahar Port
PIB Press Release
Jul 17, 2014
Following talks between Iran and the “E3+3” countries (China, France, Germany, Russia, UK and the US) an interim agreement known as the “Joint Plan of Action” was reached.
US: Afghan Election Loser Will Play Role in Government
VOA News
Jul 15, 2014
The US says outcome of Afghanistan's election audit, the candidate who does not have the most votes will play a formal role in the new government.
Afghan Candidates Agree to Vote Audit
Ayaz Gul, VOA News
Jul 14, 2014
John Kerry says both Afghan presidential candidates have agreed to a full U.N.-supervised audit of last month's runoff election ballots.
Kerry Seeks Solution to Afghan Vote Dispute
Ayaz Gul, VOA News
Jul 12, 2014
Seeking a resolution to election dispute, John Kerry held separate talks with rival Afghan presidential candidates and outgoing President Hamid Karzai.
Initial Results Show Ghani Ahead in Afghan Election
Ayaz Gul, VOA News
Jul 8, 2014
Afghan presidential runoff vote indicate former finance minister Ashraf Ghani is well ahead of his rival candidate Abdullah Abdullah.
Hundreds of Tankers Burn Outside Kabul
VOA News
Jul 6, 2014
Afghan officials say hundreds of fuel tankers parked in a lot on the outskirts of the capital have been set ablaze.
Opinion: The Litmus Test of Karzai’s Leadership
VOA News
Jul 6, 2014
Allegations of electoral fraud in June’s presidential runoff have forced Afghanistan to the brink of political crisis.
EU Observers Want Deeper Afghan Election Probe
Ayaz Gul
Jul 4, 2014
European election observers urging Afghanistan to broaden the scope of its investigation into vote fraud.
Possible Scenarios In Afghanistan's Presidential Election
Frud Bezhan
Jul 4, 2014
Even before the final results were in, the legitimacy of Afghanistan's presidential election was being questioned.
The Sunni Ramadan Offensive and the Lessons of Tet
George Friedman
Jul 3, 2014
Jihadists were responding to the same three processes
Visa Policy for Afghan Nationals Streamlined
PIB Press Release
Jul 1, 2014
The Government introducing new liberal visa policy for Afghan nationals to stay in India on humanitarian grounds.
Ghani asks Abdullah to respect the rule of law and will of people
Jun 26, 2014
Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, presidential contender in the second round of election, asked Dr. Abdullah Abdullah to respect the rule of law.
Tajik Police Arrest Suspected Taliban Members
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Jun 25, 2014
Tajik authorities say they have arrested two suspected members of the Pakistani Taliban.
Afghan Presidential Transition In Crisis Amid Election Fraud Allegations
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Jun 25, 2014
Although Afghan election officials were quick to declare Afghanistan's presidential runoff a success, allegations of massive fraud are pointing to a sad ending.
Afghanistan's Election Chief Resigns 'For The National Interest'
Security Risks Monitor
Jun 24, 2014
Zia-ul-Haq Amarkhail said he is stepping down "for the national interest and for the sake of the election process.
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