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U.S. and Taliban representatives to resume talks aimed at ending 17-year war in Afghanistan in Qatar .
The attacks came after a Loya Jirga council convened by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani ended with a demand for an immediate cease-fire.
Afghan and Pakistani officials said Ghani accepted Khan’s invitation to visit Islamabad “for a comprehensive exchange of views on all issues of mutual interest.”
Marine Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, told U.S.-funded Middle East Broadcasting Network no decision on presence of forces in Afghanistan.
The Afghan Taliban, for their part, responded harshly to demands for a cease-fire, saying the United States should end the use of force instead.
Afghanistan's Loya Jirga, wrapped up in Kabul, with leading Afghan politicians,tribal, ethnic, and religious leaders calling for immediate cease-fire to settle long conflict.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has opened a four-day Loya Jirga with more than 3,200 delegates seeking to agree on a common approach to peace talks with the Taliban.
"The three sides call for an orderly and responsible withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan as part of the overall peace process," a statement said on April 26.
The U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad, has set off on another regional trip that will also take him to Qatar for a new round of negotiations with the Taliban
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to express disappointment over the postponement of talks with the Taliban
Disputes over the size of delegations have roiled critical peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, with new talks in Qatar now suspended
Taliban reminded the government that the organizers have made it clear to the delegates that they are participating in the talks as private individuals
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, one of Afghanistan’s most notorious former warlords, said there is "no doubt" neighboring Pakistan supports the Afghan Taliban.
American and Taliban officials have indicated their months-long peace dialogue remains on track, despite the intensification of hostilities in Afghanistan
Emergence of a number of high impact and high uncertainty drivers in the political and security domain creates concerns of Afghan stability in the months ahead.
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has established a new leadership council comprising government officials, opposition politicians and civil society representatives
Afghanistan will send a government delegation for talks with the Taliban in Qatar, in a potential breakthrough in efforts to end the nearly 18-year war
When the United States' special representative for Afghan reconciliation arrived in Kabulthe country's national-unity government was in disarray.
A day after Afghanistan’s First Vice President, General Abdul Rashid Dostum, narrowly survived an assassination attempt, Taliban vowed he remains one of their prime targets.
Zalmay Khalilzad said there was a "chance and readiness for peace,." after holding several rounds of peace talks with the militant group in Qatar.
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