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Attempts were made by the U. S. to pacify Afghan leaders in Kabul who were visibly upset over President Trump’s remarks of wiping off the country to win the war and Pak led peace process
Days ahead of the formal start of campaigning for this year’s presidential election in Afghanistan, candidates and their supporters are concerned about the growing security challenges.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said he plans to meet with the Taliban to persuade them to hold negotiations with the government in Afghanistan
Despite the Trump Imran bonhomie there is no fundamental change in the relations between the U.S. and Pakistan and Transactional Trap in engagement which has been the past trends remains in place.
World Bank noted that sustained and substantial improvement in the security situation are key to better economic conditions required to reduce poverty from high current levels.
Dozens of Afghan delegates, including political figures, women, and other stakeholders, are attending an Intra-Afghan Dialogue Conference in Qatar involving negotiators from the Taliban.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani sought the neighboring country's support in persuading the Taliban to engage in a peace dialogue with his government.
The Afghan leader President Ashraf Ghani held delegation-level talks with Prime Minister Imran Khan shortly after arriving in Islamabad
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he hopes for a peace deal with the Taliban "before September 1
Afghanistan Leaders warned hostilities will continue if talks between United States- Taliban fail to start intra-Afghan peace dialogue.
Senior political figures from Afghanistan, including several presidential candidates, will attend a rare, unofficial meeting in neighboring Pakistan to discussions on peace and reconciliation
Afghan national security advisor, Hamdullah Mohib, confirmed least 50 people die fighting terrorist forces in Afghanistan underscoring intensification .
What criteria applied to personnel who are being released is not clear and it is likely that the hard core Taliban could well rejoin the group in fighting the government forces.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says he will visit Pakistan to improve bilateral relations often hampered by mistrust, reciprocal accusations.
Head of Taliban ruled out cease-fire as United States envoy headed to region for new round of Peace efforts to end war in Afghanistan.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani held face-to-face talks on sidelines of annual summit of Islamic countries in Saudi Arabia.
Taliban, Russia jointly called for withdrawal of U.S.-led coalition troops from Afghanistan, denouncing foreign presence as major obstacle to Afghan peace.
Afghan politicians,Taliban peace negotiators expected to attend meeting in Moscow.
In the run up to the Presidential Elections in Afghanistan, NUG has developed differences and consensus based on which it was formed in September 2014 has fractured.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan congratulated Indian counterpart for landslide general election victory looking forward to work for peace, progress, and prosperity in South Asia.
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