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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.
Pakistani PM Imran Khan to urge U.S. President Donald Trump to resume talks with Taliban to bring peace in Afghanistan.
To build confidence in reaching a viable agreement a cease fire would be essential to which both sides need to agree upon before commencing the next round of talks.
Failure to conclude talks by the U.S. and the Taliban is a malaise that afflicts Indo Asia Pacific due to five key factors – legacy, unilateralism, non state actors and so on.
Sustained violence by Taliban while engaging in talks with U.S. Special Envoy for Negotiations led to aborting of summit with President Trump.
President Trump attempts to negotiate with North Korean, Iranian leaders, Taliban fail underlining importance of traditional diplomacy, though Trump fondness for summit diplomacy well known.
U.S. negotiator back in Qatari for further talks with Taliban aimed at ending 18-year war in Afghanistan,
Tashkent trying to promote peace in Afghanistan, outcome of events in Afghanistan has direct bearing on Uzbekistan, shares 160-kilometer border with Afghanistan.
The radical militant group Islamic State (IS) has claimed responsibility for the attack, although it has falsely asserted connections to bombings in the past and Afghan officials were initially silent on IS's possible role.
President Ashraf Ghani condemned as "barbaric" an attack on a wedding party in Kabul that killed at least 63 people and left 182 others injured and called an extraordinary security meeting.
The army claims to have cleared the area near the Afghan border of Islamic militants, following a series of multiple offenses against them in recent years.
Taliban leader Haibatullah was not in the mosque when the bomb went off but his younger brother, Hafiz Ahmadullah, was among those killed
Now, nearly a decade since those initial secret contacts, the United States and the Taliban are apparently on the verge of agreeing to a landmark peace deal that would end the United States' longest-ever war.
U.S. President to host Pakistan PM at White House for official talks aiming to create condition for enduring cooperation to secure peaceful South Asia.
U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has described the latest round of U.S.-Taliban peace talks as the "most productive" ever, telling RFE/RL that "a lot of progress" has been made.
While the American side has been tight-lipped about the talks, Taliban officials insisted the two sides have "certainly made good progress"
While the Trump administration has not made an official announcement, Khan's five-day visit to Washington will begin July 20 and both sides are in the process of finalizing plans
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.
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