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Pakistan PM Says Will Not Give Advice to Afghanistan Anymore

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says he will not give advice to the Afghan government regarding peace and reconciliation anymore. image1 "Now Iím not giving any advice to the Afghan government, because it would call...



Presidential Candidates Seeking Alternative To NUG

A group of 11 presidential candidates - out of a total of 18 - are seeking an alternative to the National Unity Government, also called NUG, after its legal term ends on May 22. The National Unity Government was initially formed in 2014 after controversial elections which left the two leading candidates...




Pakistan PM Says Will Not Give Advice to Afghanistan Anymore

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says he will not give advice to the Afghan government regarding peace and reconciliation anymore. "Now Iím not giving any advice to the Afghan government, because it would call it interference," Khan said while speaking at a public gathering in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Pakistani...




Attack On Afghan Ministry Leaves Seven Dead

The center of Kabul city witnessed a complex attack by at least four gunmen on Saturday after months of relative calm in the Afghan capital amid accelerating efforts for the peace process. The attack started with a suicide bombing outside the Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology...




Russian And Tajik Leaders Discuss Afghanistan

Russiaís President Vladimir Putin met his Tajik counterpart Emomali Rahmon on Wednesday and discussed security issues Central Asia is facing, including ‘threatsí coming from Afghanistan, Russian news agencies reported. "We thoroughly discussed the security situation in Central Asia, including...




Cases of Torture Reduce in Afghanistan Prisons: UNAMA

In its latest report on the treatment of conflict-related detainees in Afghanistan published today, the UN documents an encouraging reduction in the number of cases of torture since 2016 but notes its ongoing concern at the high number of detainees who continue to report torture and ill-treatment. The...




Taliban had considered a reduction in violence in Doha talks: sources

The Taliban group had considered a reduction in violence in Doha talks which was organized ahead of the announcement of spring offensive by the group last Friday, sources privy of the development said. The Taliban political leaders reportedly made the commitment during a meeting with Gen. Scott Miller,...




UN Condemns Taliban Announcement of Spring Offensive

Members of the United Nations Security Council condemned the announcement by the Taliban of a spring offensive, which will only result in more unnecessary suffering and destruction for the Afghan people, the UNSC said in a statement on Tuesday. The statement said that the members of the Security Council...




List Of Qatar Delegation ĎNot All-Inclusiveí: Say Critics

Hours after the Afghan government announced a "finalized" list of Qatar delegation, some critics said the 250-member list requires to be inclusive and that it should represent people from all over the country. The list shows that 90 delegates have introduced by political parties and movements and...




Jirga Preparations On Track Amid Waves Of Oppositions

Despite opposition by some of Afghanistanís mainstream political parties and six presidential candidates, officials from the High Peace Council on Tuesday said that preparations for the Grand Consultative On Peace are underway and that at least 15,00 delegations been finalized so far. The Jirga is...




Trump warns ICC against prosecuting Americans, Israelis for war crimes

US President Donald Trump has warned the International Criminal Court (ICC) of "swift and vigorous response" if the Hague-based tribunal investigates Americans and Israelis for war crimes. Trump issued the warning on Friday after ICC judges rejected a request by the court’s prosecutor...




Afghan Forces Push Back Taliban Attack on Kunduz City

Afghan security forces have pushed back a Taliban attack over the capital of northern Kunduz province, an official said on Saturday. Enamuddin Rahmani, a spokesman for Kunduz police said that Taliban militants launched a large-scale attack from four directions over Kunduz city early on Saturday morning. He...




Khalilzad condemns Taliban ĎRecklessí Offensive Announcement

The US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad said that the Talibanís spring offensive announcement is "reckless" and is in "indifference" to the demands of Afghans for peace. Khalilzad said in a tweet on Friday that the Taliban announcement is "irresponsible" and that...




Taliban Offensive Announcement ĎIllegitimateí: ARG

The Presidential Palace, also known as ARG, in a statement on Saturday condemned the Taliban’s announcement of the so-called spring offense and said it is an evident sign of the will of the group to continue the “illegitimate” war in Afghanistan. The statement says that the...




Qatar Meeting Postponed For April 19

The meeting between Afghan politicians and the Taliban which was initially scheduled for April 14 was postponed to April 19 as per the decision of the newly-established Reconciliation Leadership Council - which is chaired by President Ashraf Ghani, the Presidential Palace confirmed in a statement on...




Abdullah Sees A Role For Taliban If They Quit Violence

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah says the Taliban can be part of a political process and that they can represent the people of Afghanistan at any level if the group gives up violence. "The minute they joined the political process, they give up violence, they cut their ties with terrorist groups and...




Pakistani PM and US CENTCOM Chief discuss Afghanistan

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday met with the U.S. CENTCOM Chief General Kenneth McKenzie Jr in Islamabad. According to a statement released by Prime Minister House of Pakistan, the two sides held talks regarding ongoing efforts to end the conflict in Afghanistan. The statement further...




Ghani Welcomes EUís Stance On Afghan Peace

President Ashraf Ghani in a statement appreciated the European Unionís stance on the Afghan peace process a day after the EU vowed to support the ongoing peace process in Afghanistan and act as a guarantor of a peace process. The EU Council on Monday discussed the situation in Afghanistan with a special...




US House Urges Briefing By Khalilzad On Afghan Peace

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the US House of Representatives in a letter has called for a briefing by the Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad, who left Kabul on Sunday after a series of talks with Afghan leaders, politicians and civil society members. "Representative...




Three US Service Members, One Contractor Killed In Bagram

Three US service members and one contractor were killed, and three US service members were wounded by an improvised explosive device near Bagram Airbase on Monday, April 8, the Resolute Support confirmed in a statement. The wounded service members were evacuated and are receiving medical care, the...




Abdullah Says Fighting Terrorism Needs Collective Efforts

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdulla addressed a debate on "Radicalization: Lessons from the Past" on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum on Middle East and North Africa in Jordon where he stressed the need for joint efforts of all governments in fighting terrorism and extremism. "We cannot realistically...




Afghanistanian Govít to Form Peace and Reconciliation Council: Abdullah

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Saturday that an initiative is underway which will lead to the establishment of a council on peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan. In an interview with Turkeyís TRT World news agency on the sideline of the World Economic Forum in Jordan, Abdullah said,...




Govt Proposes Lists For Negotiating Team, Reconciliation Council

The Afghanistanian government has prepared two lists of 22 individuals for peace negotiations with the Taliban and a list of 37 people as members of the Council for Reconciliation. The lists were discussed in the first meeting of the Reconciliation Council at the Presidential Palace on Sunday. Sources...




Haqqani network militants among 15 killed in latest air, ground operations

At least 15 militants including three members of the notorious Haqqani terrorist network were killed during the latest operations conducted in past 24 hours. Informed military sources said Saturday that the Afghanistanian Special Forces conducted a raid against Haqqani fighters in Terayzai district...




Pakistanís PM Repeats Controversial Remarks On Afghanistan

Pakistanís Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday repeated his controversial statement regarding an interim setup in Afghanistan to break the stalemate on peace, Pakistani media reported. Addressing a rally in Jamrud, Khan said that he had given a brotherly advice to Afghanistan but he was slammed for...




Khalilzad Discusses Afghan Peace Process with Pakistani Officials

The U.S. Special Envoy for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad met with Pakistanís Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in Islamabad on Friday and discussed the Afghan peace process. Pakistanís Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Khalilzad has briefed Qureshi on the outcome of Doha...




Afghanistanian Politicians To Meet Ghani And Khalilzad On Peace

A number of prominent political leader will meet with with President Ashraf Ghani and Zalmay Khalilzad, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, on Wednesday, sources confirmed. Abdul Rab Rasul Sayyaf former Jihadi leader, former president Hamid Karzai, head of the High Peace...




US President Calls Afghanistan War ďUnfortunateĒ and ďRidiculousĒ

The US President Donald Trump on Tuesday said that the war in Afghanistan was "unfortunate" and "ridiculous" as he met with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House. Trump said the U.S. and its NATO allies had also made "great strides in Afghanistan." "I think weíve made a lot of...




Afghans Will Set Limits For Talks: Ghani

President Ashraf Ghani in meeting with civil society members and journalists at the Presidential Palace on Tuesday evening warned that pressure on government to act "illegally" regarding peace is not acceptable. Ghani said peace has conditions and that Afghans will set the limits for talks. "The peace...




NATO Chief Insists On Afghan Govtís Inclusion In Peace Process

As the peace efforts are getting momentum in national and international level to find a political settlement for the Afghan conflict, the NATOís chief said the government of Afghanistan has to be part of the reconciliation process as he addressed a press conference in Brussels on Monday, April 1. He...




Women Must Be At The Table In All Negotiations: Khalilzad

The US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad, who arrived in Kabul on Sunday evening, held meetings with Afghan officials and members of the civil society on Monday and discussed the ongoing efforts for peace and the urgency of making progress in intra-Afghan talks. His...




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