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UNSC urges immediate halt to Karabakh fighting, return to peace talks            Nagorno-Karabakh fighting rages despite calls for calm             First US presidential debate for 2020 race in Cleveland, Ohio             Black familiesí wealth less than 15% of White familiesí: US Federal Reserve            More than 60 million Indians may have caught coronavirus: Study            Nasrallah: Operation underway to revive Daesh, justify US role in Mideast             Biden releases 2019 tax returns hours before presidential debate with Trump            Khalilzad heads to Doha, says world is watching talks closely             Kabul, Islamabad pave way for new era in bilateral relations             14 killed, including five children, in Daikundi roadside explosion             Time to move past conspiracy theories work together: Abdullah            Islamic Ideology Council to recommend CII-like body for Afghanistan             Trump was absolutely wrong to negotiate with Taliban: McMaster             Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict: Flames of war rekindled as world urges restraint            Yemen war: Journos gather Ďwar crimeí evidence at scene of Saudi-led airstrike            


Kabul, Islamabad pave way for new era in bilateral relations

After two days of back-to-back meetings with high-ranking Pakistani officials, Afghanistanís peace envoy Abdullah Abdullah will wrap up his official three-day visit to Islamabad on Wednesday - taking home a clear message...



Khalilzad heads to Doha, says world is watching talks closely

US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad left Washington for Doha, Qatar on Tuesday to meet with intra-Afghan negotiating teams. The US State Department said in a statement overnight that Khalilzad will also meet with stakeholders to discuss increased regional connectivity,...




Kabul, Islamabad pave way for new era in bilateral relations

After two days of back-to-back meetings with high-ranking Pakistani officials, Afghanistanís peace envoy Abdullah Abdullah will wrap up his official three-day visit to Islamabad on Wednesday - taking home a clear message that the "ice has been broken" and both nations realize the need to strengthen bilateral...




14 killed, including five children, in Daikundi roadside explosion

At least 14 people were killed on Tuesday morning when the vehicle they were traveling in hit a roadside bomb. The explosion happened in Kariz village in Kajran District, the Ministry of Interior confirmed. The incident happened at about 9am. Seventeen civilians had been in the vehicle at the time...




Time to move past conspiracy theories work together: Abdullah

Afghanistanís chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation addressed an event at the Institute of Strategic Studies in Islamabad on Tuesday and said "peace is on the horizon" but that everyone needs to move beyond conspiracy theories, and "start looking at the region as one region." Everyone...




Islamic Ideology Council to recommend CII-like body for Afghanistan

Pakistanís Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) chairman Qibla Ayaz said on Monday he will suggest the establishment of a CII-like institution in Afghanistan when he meets Afghan peace envoy Abdullah Abdullah this week. Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR) is currently...




Trump was absolutely wrong to negotiate with Taliban: McMaster

The Trump administration has been "absolutely wrong" in its negotiations with the Taliban in Afghanistan, former US national security adviser HR McMaster said Monday night. Appearing on CNN Internationalís Amanpour show, McMaster was asked by host Christiane Amanpour about the White Houseís talks...




Abdullah in Pakistan Meets Qureshi to Discuss Afghan Peace

Abdullah Abdullah, the chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, traveled from Kabul to Islamabad on Monday morning for a three-day official visit that will include meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan, as well as the president and other Pakistani officials, Abdullahís office confirmed. Abdullah...




Pakistan PM warns a hasty foreign troop withdrawal would be unwise

Pakistan Prime Minister has warned that a hasty withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan would be unwise and that there are regional spoilers who are not committed to a peaceful Afghanistan as it would not be of benefit to them. In an opinion piece published in the Washington Post on Saturday,...




Khalilzad says Taliban unlikely to call a ceasefire until a deal is made

As the world continues to call for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan, US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad said on Friday he did not think the Taliban would call for a ceasefire until an agreement between the two sides has been sealed. When asked about this in an interview with Americaís PBS News...




Local Police Commander Killed in Taliban Attack in Badakhshan

Ghazi Shaheed, a local police commander, was killed in a Taliban attack in the northeastern province of Badakhshan province on Friday night, said Sanaullah Rohani, a spokesman for provincial police chief. The attack occurred in the Aba Yaftal area of Faizabad, the capital of the province, after the...




Ghani tells UN the country is dealing will multiple drivers of turmoil

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called on the international community to help his country achieve peace as Afghanistan is facing "multiple drivers of turmoil all at once." He said however that peace remains Afghanistanís "most urgent and important priority". In a pre-recorded address to the UN General...




5 Family Members Killed in íTaliban Ambushí in Badakhshan

At least five members of a family, including two children, were killed in a Taliban ambush in the northeastern province of Badakshan on Thursday morning, said Sanaullah Rohani, a spokesman for the provincial police chief. The incident happened in Patawak village in Darayem district in the early hours...




Govít calls for end to Afghan peace talks Ďcensorshipí

The Ministry of Information and Culture on Wednesday spoke out against the lack of information coming out of the Doha peace talks and said the Afghan media should also have a place at the talks table. Addressing a press conference in Kabul Abdul Manan Shiway-e Sharq, the Deputy Minister of Information...




Abdullah to visit Pakistan, says both sides have Ďgrievancesí

Chairman of the High Council for Afghanistan Reconciliation Abdullah Abdullah said he will visit Pakistan within the next few days - the first time since 2008 - and implied issues between the two countries need to be ironed out. He said there is a "lot of mistrust, founded or unfounded," and that...




US peace envoy: Taliban have not complied with their commitments

In his testimony before the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on National Security US peace envoy, Zalmay Khalilzad said the Taliban have not fully complied with their commitments under the February agreement with the US. As part of the agreement, the Taliban need to cut ties with al-Qaeda...




14 Security Force Members Killed in Uruzgan: Official

At least 14 Afghan security force members were killed in an attack by insurgents that started on Monday night in Gizab district of Uruzgan province, said Zargai Ebadi, a spokesman for the provincial governor. Ebadi said some soldiers made a "tactical retreat" to the center of the district to form...




Ghani reiterates call for ceasefire at virtual UN meeting

President Ashraf Ghani said on Monday night that a democratically stable and prosperous Afghanistan would be an example of how collective will can overcome even the most serious challenges. Speaking at a virtual meeting to mark the United Nationsí 75th Anniversary, Ghani addressed global leaders and...




Atmar, Wilson discuss peace process, urgent need for ceasefire

Afghanistanís acting foreign minister Haneef Atmar on Sunday met with US Charge díAffaires Ross Wilson to discuss the peace process. In a statement issued Monday, Afghanistanís Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: "The two sides discussed the start of peace talks, expressing satisfaction with the progress...




Calls grow for a ceasefire on International Day of Peace

Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan, Ambassador Stefano Pontecorvo on Monday said that peace in Afghanistan is within reach as the talks currently underway in Doha are a historical opportunity to find a political settlement and resolution to the decades-old war. Marking the International...




Khalilzad concerned over escalation of violence across the country

US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad voiced concern early Monday over the clear increase in violence across Afghanistan over the past few days and called for an immediate reduction in violence. In a post on Twitter, Khalilzad said: "Over the last few days, there has been a clear rise in violence in Afghanistan. "This...




9 Security Force Members Killed in Takhar

At least six army soldiers and three policemen were killed and four others were wounded in a Taliban attack in northern Takhar province on Sunday night, a security source said. The attack took place in Naw Abad village of Dasht-e-Qala district in a Taliban attack against security forces, said the...




Officials Confirm Civilian Deaths in Kunduz Airstrike

Local officials on Sunday confirmed civilian casualties in an airstrike in the northern province of Kunduz that happened on Saturday. Kunduz governorís spokesman Esmatullah Muradi said that 20 people, including Taliban fighters and civilians, were killed and 15 others were wounded in the airstrike...




Former UNAMA chief warns peace talks Ďwill not be easyí

Former UNAMA chief Tadamichi Yamamoto said this week peace talks, underway in Qatar between Afghanistan and the Taliban, will not be easy especially as there is a wide gap between the two parties when it comes to some key fundamental issues. But itís imperative that both parties continue their dialogue...




Khalilzad welcomes UN Security Councilís support of peace process

Commenting on the UN Security Councilís statement on peace talks, US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad said it underscores international commitment to Afghanistanís sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and national unity. He said: "This is a unique moment for Afghanistan. Not only are Afghan...




MoF Prepares for Geneva Aid Conference in November

The Afghan government is expecting more aid from the international community at the upcoming Geneva conference, as the Ministry of Finance says 90 percent of past commitments have been addressed. The government made 63 commitments in the last Geneva conference in November 2018. The 2020 Afghanistan...




Trump calls Taliban tough but says US military canít police Afghanistan

US President Donald Trump said Friday night that the Taliban was tough and smart but also "tired of fighting." Speaking to journalists at a press conference, Trump reiterated his decision on troop withdrawals and said "weíll be down very shortly over the next couple of weeks to 4,000 - less than 4,000...




Two Security Force Members Killed in Balkh, Paktika Blasts

At least two security force members were killed in separate blasts in the northern province of Balkh and the eastern province of Paktika on Saturday, local officials said. Paktika police spokesman Adil Shah Adil said that one security force member was killed and eight others were wounded in a suicide...




Ghani condemns attack on yet another government official

President Ashraf Ghani has condemned the attack on Ayub Gharwal, deputy head of Paktia Provincial Council, who was gunned down on Saturday in Gardez city. In a statement issued by the Presidential Palace (ARG), Ghani reiterated his call to the Taliban to call for a humanitarian and lasting ceasefire...




UK to allow more interpreters to start new lives in Britain

The UK government on Saturday announced an expanded relocation scheme for former Afghan interpreters who supported British Armed forces in Helmand province. Defense Secretary Ben Wallace and Home Secretary Priti Patel announced the changes will significantly expand the eligibility criteria for former...




Trumpís Former NSA says withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is an unwise policy

US President Trumpís former national security adviser, H.R. McMaster says that Trump Administrationís withdrawal plan from Afghanistan is "an unwise policy." In an interview with the CBS News, the retired lieutenant general claimed that Trump with his new policy is "partnering with the Taliban against...




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