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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...



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...




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...




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, 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...




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...




Germans Ready to Extend Their NATO Mission: Minister

The visiting German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer at a news conference in Kabul said she hopes the Afghan election results are announced in the near future, and she hopes results will be accepted by all stakeholders. She also said that Berlin will help Afghanistan to achieve peace. "We...




Khalid, Miller Meets VP Dostum in Jawjzan

Afghan Acting Defense Minister Assadullah Khalid, and General Scott Miller, the Commander of NATO and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, visited Jawjzan province on Sunday and met with First Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum. War against insurgents, and security of Northern provinces are issues discussed...




Freed Taliban Hostage Australian Professor Says He Never Gave Up Hope

Timothy Weeks, an Australian professor who was recently freed by the Taliban in a prisoner swap said on Sunday that the "long and tortuous ordeal" had an intense effect on him. Speaking in a press conference in Sydney, Weeks, 50, said that hope helped him survive the ordeal. Weeks and an American...




Politicians Working on Plan to ĎEnd Crisisí

A group of well-known political figures and religious scholars is working on a plan to "save the country" from the current crisis, which they believe is the outcome of a constant delay in presidential election results and a postponement of the peace talks. Politicians with "Peace and Rescue Council...




Australian Professor on Three-Year Ordeal Taliban Hostage

Australian professor Timothy Weeks has spoken publicly for the first time after spending over three years as a Taliban prisoner in Afghanistan. Joined by his two sisters at a news conference held in Sydney on Sunday, he said his time as a Taliban hostage had a "profound and unimaginable effect" on him. "At...




Ayatollah Khamenei blasts Americans for unauthorized trips to regional states

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iranís Islamic Revolution, says US leadersí unauthorized trips to regional countries insult the freedom and independence of nations. "Americans come [to the region] and enter a country like Iraq without any permission, do not visit the countryís government,...




Mixed Reactions to Abdullah-Led Protest

The protest march initiated by Abdullah Abdullahís campaign team on Friday in Kabul was met with diverse reactions from both prominent leaders and the general public. The roads were blocked for several hours, which irritated residents. "I am an old man, what is the benefit of these protests? I came...




Trump makes surprise visit to troops in Afghanistan

The Taliban wants to make a deal, and we’re meeting with them,’ Trump said US President Donald Trump arrived in Afghanistan Thursday on an unannounced trip, visiting the US troops stationed in the war-torn country. The Thanksgiving trip, shrouded in secrecy for security reasons, was the...




Abdullahís Team Calls for Kabul Protest

The Stability and Convergence election campaign, led by Presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah, has announced a protest in Kabul city on Friday to demand "transparency" in the election process. "The protest is aimed to defend the valid votes of the people, and the people will not allow fraud to once...




EU Envoy Condemns ďExtrajudicialĒ Detention of Rights Activists

Pierre Mayaudon, head of the European Unionís delegation to Afghanistan, on Thursday condemned the "extrajudicial detention of human rights activists" by the National Directorate of Security (NDS), and called for the protection of all activists and the children who were sexually abused in Logar province. The...




Peace in íNear Termí Possible: US Gen. Milley

Mark Milley, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, in Kabul on Wednesday said that the chances of a successful outcome from peace talks to end the Afghan war is higher than before and could happen in the "near term," Reuters reported. "I think the chances of a positive outcome through negotiations...




Ghani Orders Probe into Logar Sex Abuse Allegations

President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday ordered an investigation into allegations of hundreds of cases of sexually abused school children in Logar province in eastern Afghanistan. Ghani said he is deeply disturbed about the recent reports of sexual abuse that were first revealed by civil society members in...




Afghan Forces Receive Five More MD530 Helicopters From US

The Afghan Air Force received five MD-530 Cayuse Warrior light attack helicopters on November 22. The helicopters were delivered to Kandahar via a Boeing 747 cargo aircraft on October 27 and were reassembled for active service within ten days, according to a statement by the US-based defense contractor...




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