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UN confirmed Afghan Civilians casualty toll from airstrikes by pro-government forces rising , warned all parties to conflict must respect international obligations.
Taliban and American military officials accuse each other of acting against peace building efforts in conflict-torn Afghanistan.
Fight broke during first session of Afghanistan's new parliament after disagreement on election of speaker.
Independent Election Commission announced final results of parliamentary polls in Kabul after seven months.
UNAMA concerned about impact on civilians from increased violence around country during Ramadan.
The Taliban’s chief negotiator says in newly released remarks that the United States is on the verge of defeat and will quit Afghanistan soon “either of their own accord, or they will be forced out.”
Afghan officials downplaying significance of United States diverting funds from its military mission in Afghanistan.
Mapping Afghan Reconciliation with multiple tracks each designed to reach the ultimate objective of peace and stability in the country wracked by almost four decades of civil war.
The Taliban and the United States on Thursday concluded week long negotiations in Qatar but reported no significant progress on peace efforts in Afghanistan.
1st SFAB commander said, Army Current Operations Engagement Tour earmarked to advise, assist missions Army Got it Right.
U.S. Embassy Statement on the Visit of U.S. Special Representative for Afghan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad welcomes Indian commitment to Afghanistan
If the Taliban gets a role in the Afghan government as part of a peace deal, as Khorsand expects, she fears a floodgate will be opened for resurgent "radical Islamists" in Herat.
Month wise compilation recorded by Pajhwok News an Afghan news web site denotes that In the first four months of 2019, more than 6,300 suffered casualties in Afghanistan
U.S. and Taliban representatives to resume talks aimed at ending 17-year war in Afghanistan in Qatar .
U.S.-led NATO mission in Afghanistan stopped releasing data showing Afghan districts, population controlled by Kabul government compared to Taliban.
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.
U.S.-led NATO mission in Afghanistan stopped releasing data showing the number of Afghan districts and percentage of population controlled by government compared to Taliban.
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