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Gen. Miller revealed U.S. troop force in Afghanistan quietly been reduced by 2,000, insisting remaining military personnel still capable of reaching stated objectives.
Afghanistan Presidential Elections, IEC Notes Progress in Recording Votes though final outcome of counting of votes continues to haunt September 28 polls in Afghanistan.
Given that of the 2.6 million voters a majority were in the urban areas and the lower percentage from the North, incumbent President Ashraf Ghani may have the lead in the Presidential election held on 28 September.
Afghan government is apparently having differences over the talks in Pakistan while the ministry of foreign affairs has taken a pragmatic view on the issue, the Presidential office has opposed negotiations
The Taliban said it planned to inquire about Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan's comments that he would try to get Trump to reenter talks with the insurgent group.
Alarm over Increased civilian killings attributed to Afghan forces, US Special forces in Afghanistan.
Unofficial estimate of voter turnout in the country's September 28 presidential election shows that a little more than 2 million voters cast ballots seeing significant drop
Pakistani PM Imran Khan to urge U.S. President Donald Trump to resume talks with Taliban to bring peace in Afghanistan.
US SIGAR tasked to monitor U.S. reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan said, reintegration of fighters into Afghan society necessary for sustainable peace.
The September 19 drone strike in Nangarhar killed at least 30 people who were working in a pine-nut field and wounded at least 40.
Two Taliban attacks have killed at least 48 people before the country is set to hold a presidential election the militant group has vowed to disrupt.
NATO Chiefs Support Afghanistan Resolute Support Mission, Look to Future, NATO must change to ensure alliance continue to defend in Euro-Atlantic
Multiple events with potential for disruption create concerns of potential instability in Afghanistan which is already seeing a wave of terrorist attacks recently.
There are extensive preparations ongoing even as some as proposed that the elections be postponed due to lack of supportive environment.
Negotiations between U.S.- Taliban collapsed top U.N. official in Afghanistan called for direct Intra-Afghan talks to resolve conflict.
In a Pashto language statement Sunday, the insurgent group also claimed it will not give up its fight and that the U.S. will be forced to return to negotiations eventually.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani postponed visit to Washington because of Ghani opposition to draft peace agreement between US- Taliban.
Former U.S. envoys warned Afghanistan could trigger total civil war if US withdraws its forces before peace deal involving Kabul reached with Taliban.
The Taliban took credit for killing at least five civilians in a car bombing in Kabul on September 2 as the Afghan-based militant group agreed “in principle” to a deal
United States Envoy for Reconciliation in Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad indicated an in principle agreement worked out with the Taliban, essential elements for success need to be underlined.
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