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Suu Kyi defends Myanmar at Rohingya genocide trial             Nicola Sturgeon set to reshape the politics of the British Isles             ĎNo election tomorrow,í Algerians chant ahead of presidential vote             Protests Held Against Indiaís Religion-Based Bill             Abdullah Says Result Announcement Will Not Be Acceptable             2 killed, 73 Wounded in Ongoing Taliban Attack near Bagram Base             US House Democrats unveil Trump impeachment charges             Endless unwinnable US war in Afghanistan             Saudi gunman ílegallyí purchased pistol used in US terror attack             EU Ďconcernedí about restrictions in Indian-controlled Kashmir             Jeremy Corbyn fends off tough interview by BBC             IEC May Announce Election Results Wednesday             Peace Talks Continue into Fourth Day             Confidential Documents on Afghanistan Released             US Democratic leading impeachment probe says Trump violated oath            

Abdullah Says Result Announcement Will Not Be Acceptable

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah on Wednesday stressed that if the Independent Election Commission (IEC) announces the results of the election, it will not be acceptable for him. image1 In a statement released on his Facebook...



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A US federal judge has issued an order that blocks President Donald Trumpís attempt to spend $3.6 billion from the US military budget to build a wall on the US-Mexico border. The ruling on Tuesday by District Judge David Briones in El Paso, Texas, is the latest setback for Trump, whose administration...




Suu Kyi defends Myanmar at Rohingya genocide trial

Myanmarís de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, feted in the West as a heroine of democracy, has defended her countryís atrocities against Rohingya Muslims at the UNís top court in the Hague. The Nobel Peace laureate on Wednesday spoke for about 30 minutes at the courtroom in defense of the actions of...




Nicola Sturgeon set to reshape the politics of the British Isles

Nicola Sturgeon is fighting her biggest political battle tomorrow as the outcome of the election is set to determine Scotlandís future for the rest of the century. In recent days Sturgeon has tried to position her Scottish National Party (SNP) outside the framework of the UK establishment in order...




ĎNo election tomorrow,í Algerians chant ahead of presidential vote

A big crowd of protesters have marched through central Algiers to demand Thursdayís presidential election be cancelled, chanting that they would not vote in a poll they regard as a charade. The protesters chanted on Wednesday "No election tomorrow" and held up banners reading "You have destroyed the...




Protests Held Against Indiaís Religion-Based Bill

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in India on Monday as Prime Minister Narendra Modiís government offered a controversial bill in parliament that would give citizenship to non-Muslim minorities from three neighboring countries. Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the Citizenship Amendment Bill...




Abdullah Says Result Announcement Will Not Be Acceptable

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah on Wednesday stressed that if the Independent Election Commission (IEC) announces the results of the election, it will not be acceptable for him. In a statement released on his Facebook page, CE Abdullah pointed out that his electoral team wonít stay indifferent to...




2 killed, 73 Wounded in Ongoing Taliban Attack near Bagram Base

At least two civilians have been killed and 73 people have been wounded--mostly civilians--after an explosion occurred in the Bagram district of northern Parwan province close to Bagram airbase on Wednesday morning. A gun battle following the blasts is still ongoing, said MoI spokesman Nusrat Rahimi A...




US House Democrats unveil Trump impeachment charges

The long-anticipated formal impeachment against US President Donald Trump has been announced by the Democrat-led House of Representatives. House Democrats unveiled the two articles of impeachment against Trump on Tuesday, accusing the Republican president of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The...




Endless unwinnable US war in Afghanistan

By Stephen Lendman On Monday, a surprising Washington Post report headlined: "The Afghanistan Papers - A secret history of the war. At War With the Truth," saying: "US officials constantly said they were making progress. They were not, and they knew it." More on this below. In its 19th year, endless...




Saudi gunman ílegallyí purchased pistol used in US terror attack

The Saudi gunman purchased the pistol used in an attack on a US airbase legally from the country, the FBI has revealed. Mohammed Alshamrani, 21, the Saudi national who was a student naval flight officer, purchased a 9mm Glock handgun model 45 that was used in Friday’s shooting at Naval Air...




EU Ďconcernedí about restrictions in Indian-controlled Kashmir

The European Union (EU)ís special envoy to India says the bloc is "concerned" about the ongoing situation in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, which has been under strict security measures since early August. "We are concerned over the situation in Kashmir... It is important to restore freedom...




Jeremy Corbyn fends off tough interview by BBC

Labour party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has dismissed suggestions of potential ill health and lack of stamina as he heads towards the UKís most important general election for generations. Speaking to BBC breakfast, he shrugged off the notion that he might under-perform as heíll be the oldest first-time...




IEC May Announce Election Results Wednesday

The Independent Election Commission (IEC), has "finalized all decisions" on the recounted votes and it will likely announce the preliminary results of the presidential polls on Wednesday, election commissioner Awrangzeb said. The commissioner said the election process is in an "exceptional stage"...




Peace Talks Continue into Fourth Day

The US and Taliban delegates continued their negotiations in Doha for the fourth day on Tuesday and a Taliban spokesman said there is agreement on some issues related to a reduction of violence, but a ceasefire will be decided at the intra-Afghan negotiations. "The intra-Afghan negotiations will soon...




Confidential Documents on Afghanistan Released

More than 2,000 pages of previously unpublished "confidential" documents were released by the Washington Post on Monday containing, in many cases, very candid appraisals by government officials, diplomats, military officers and aid workers of the post-2001 war effort in Afghanistan. Many of the reports...




US Democratic leading impeachment probe says Trump violated oath

The head of a US congressional committee leading the impeachment probe against President Donald Trump has accused the US leader of putting himself before his country and violating his oath of office. In a statement on Monday beginning a hearing in the US House of Representatives to examine evidence...




Fox Ďpandersí to Democrats, Trump complains, calling it ípatheticí

US President Donald Trump is complaining that Fox News is having on liberal guests to talk about his impeachment, calling the move "pathetic." "Donít get why @FoxNews puts losers on like @RepSwalwell (who got ZERO as presidential candidate before quitting), Pramila Jayapal, David Cicilline and others...




US, Taliban Not Agreed on Reduction of Violence: Sources

Sources close to the Doha talks said the United States and the Taliban negotiators-on their third day of negotiations--have yet to agree on the terms of a reduction of violence, ceasefire and intra-Afghan negotiations. Sources said the Taliban consider agreement on a ceasefire a premature decision...




Ghani Calls for Regional, Intíl Support for Afghan Peace

President Ashraf Ghani on Monday addressed the eighth ministerial conference of the "Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process" in Turkey and emphasized the need for a political solution to the conflict in Afghanistan and stressed the need for an international and regional consensus for peace. He said the main...




Abdullahís Team Sees No Outcome from Election Meeting

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullahís campaign team at a news conference on Monday said the meeting about the elections in Kabul was politically-motivated, which could not lead to a solution. A member of his team, Fazl Ahmad Manawi, said the process is not moving in the right direction and that it should...




Pentagon chief says plans to shift US military focus to Russia, China

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has said he plans to shift the US militaryís focus away from the Middle East and toward countering what he characterized as "revisionist powers" of Russia and China. Esper made the comment as he was outlining the Pentagonís strategic goals and priorities at an annual...




Body of Japanese Aid Worker Arrives in Japan

The body of Japanese aid worker Tetsu Nakamura who was shot dead last week in Nangarhar province arrived in Tokyoís Narita International Airport on Sunday. At the airport, Japanese officials including Keisuke Suzuki, Japanís state minister of foreign affairs, offered a silent prayer after bowing and...




US-Taliban Talks Continue for Second Day

During the first day of talks on Saturday, the focus of discussion was on the reduction of violence that is intended to lead to intra-Afghan negotiations and a ceasefire, according to a US source. A Taliban source said that so far, the two sides have held discussions on the reduction of violence,...




Turkey to Host Meeting on Afghanistan

Foreign ministers and high-level representatives of participating and supporting countries will attend the eighth ministerial conference of the "Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process" in Turkey on Monday. The conference will kick off with statements delivered by President Ashraf Ghani and his Turkish counterpart...




Meeting on Afghan Election Did Not Break Impasse

A meeting on Sunday between election commissioners and campaign teams, political parties, civil society and election observers, in which the electoral standoff was discussed, did not provide solutions to the current standoff. The election campaign teams discussed issues about the Afghan presidential...




Khalilzad Will ďRejoin Talks with the TalibanĒ: US

The US State Department on Wednesday said that Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad "will rejoin the talks with the Taliban in Doha to discuss steps that could lead to intra-Afghan negotiations and a peaceful settlement to the ongoing conflict in the country." The statement...




Abdullahís Supporters Continue Protests in the North

Supporters of presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah marched on Wednesday in Parwan, Panjshir, Jawzjan and Ghor province over the Independent Election Commissionís failure to separate out "fraudulent votes" from the total tally. The protestors accused both the IEC and President Ghaniís campaign team...




Head of Japanese NGO in Nangarhar Has Died From Gunfire Wounds

Dr. Tetsu Nakamura, a Japanese doctor who headed the NGO Peace Medical Service in Nangarhar, died on Wednesday from gunfire wounds sustained during a morning attack in Nangarhar, confirmed Attaullah Khogyani, the provincial governorís spokesman. At approximately 8 am on Wednesday, Nakamura was wounded...




US Troop Drawdowns In Afghanistan ĎNot Tiedí to Taliban Deal: Esper

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Monday that any future troop drawdowns in Afghanistan were "not necessarily" linked to a deal with Taliban insurgents, suggesting some lowering of force levels may happen irrespective of the ongoing peace push. The remarks by Esper in an interview with Reuters...




Abdullahís Supporters Stage Protests in the North

While the exact date for the announcement of the preliminary results of the election remain vague, supporters of presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah on Tuesday staged protests in the northern provinces of Sar-e-Pul, Faryab and Parwan. The protestors called on the Independent Election Commission...




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