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Children go missing as US-bound refugees clash with Mexican forces             Chinaís ex-Interpol chief sentenced to 13.5 years over graft, abuse of power             Ex-inspector tells UN how OPCW whitewashed findings on Douma chemical attack             India: Students protest against governmentís citizenship policies in Delhi             Historic Trump impeachment trial to begin in earnest             Yemen dismisses Saudi, UAE claim of Houthi role in deadly missile attack in Maírib            On the move: Conflict, refugee returns fuel Afghanistan displacement            Taliban, US involved in controversy of ceasefire, reduction in violence             US not done in Venezuela, Pompeo announcing new sanctions on Caracas             Propped up by Trump, gun activists rally against proposed Virginia gun laws             Death toll from Chinaís mystery virus rises to four             South Korea to dispatch Ďanti-piracy unití to Strait of Hormuz, not to join US-led alliance             Royals give up their titles to live in ípeaceí             There is a Ďdisincentiveí to tell the truth about progress in Afghanistan, Pentagon official says             Ghani Calls For Investigation of Kabul Family Murder            

Peace is "Not One Personís Monopoly": Abdullah

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Monday that peace is not one personís monopoly, but is a collective desire. image1 Speaking to the council of ministers, Abdullah said that Afghanistanís stance is clear in supporting...



Taliban, US involved in controversy of ceasefire, reduction in violence

The Taliban and American negotiators were involved in discussions on Monday over a controversy of ceasefire and reduction in violence but could not reach any understanding. The US side wants Taliban declare a ceasefire across Afghanistan while Taliban suggest reduction in violence that means they...




Hasina, Karzai join criticism of Indian Citizenship Law

Bangladesh and Afghanistan have opposed Indiaís controversial law - the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) - which cites the two together with Pakistan as the three neighbours that discriminate against non-Muslim minorities. Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai told The Hindu that the law which excludes...




Wells visit to Pakistan ahead of Afghan Peace Deal

Alice Wells, a Chief US diplomat for South Asian affairs, arrived in Islamabad on Sunday on a crucial visit just ahead of the possible peace deal between the US and the Afghan Taliban. Before heading Islamabad, Wells visited New Delhi, where she held talks with senior Indian officials on a range of...




Peace is "Not One Personís Monopoly": Abdullah

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Monday that peace is not one personís monopoly, but is a collective desire. Speaking to the council of ministers, Abdullah said that Afghanistanís stance is clear in supporting the peace process. "Peace is not one personís monopoly, one personís wish-- but...




Plan on Reduction in Violence íDeceptiveí: Danish

Second Vice President Sarwar Danish on Sunday reiterated the Afghan governmentís stance on peace, saying that the Talibanís plan to reduce violence is a way of evading a real peace, and it is deceiving the people and the international community. Reports indicate that the Taliban has agreed on a 7-10...




US Chargť díAffaires in Kabul Begins Work

US diplomat Ross Wilson has arrived in Kabul to start work at the US embassy as a chargé díaffaires until a permanent ambassador is chosen. In a tweet, Wilson said: "I am excited to start work at the US embassy in Kabul during this crucial time in the history of Afghanistan." "Be it Afghan...




Taliban Aims to Sign Peace Deal by íMonthís Endí: Dawn

The Taliban is aiming to reach a withdrawal agreement with the US by the end of January and is prepared to "scale down" military operations ahead of signing the deal, the Talibanís chief spokesman in Doha, Suhail Shaheen, told Pakistanís daily newspaper Dawn on January 18. "We have agreed to scale...




ĎThe War Will End When the US Withdrawsí: Mullah Badradar

The Talibanís chief negotiator Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar said less than two weeks ago that the war will come to an end in Afghanistan once the US forces withdraw from the country. "The war will end when the US withdraws from Afghanistan," said Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, one of the founders of the...




Amid Doha Talks, Palace Still Insists on Ceasefire: Sediqqi

As the US and the Taliban begin a new round of talks in Doha - which a Taliban spokesman says are focused on signing the deal - Palace spokesman Sediq Sediqqi on Saturday said, "all allies" of the Afghan government, as well as the "people of Afghanistan," are "insisting on a ceasefire" before the next...




US, Taliban Discuss Signing of Peace Deal: Shaheen

Negotiators from the United States and the Taliban have resumed talks in Doha and are discussing "the signing of the peace deal and a ceremony for it" over the past two days, a Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said in a tweet early on Friday. Shaheen said that the negotiations - which are led by the...




Qureshi Urges US to Remain Engaged in Rebuilding Afghanistan

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi at an event Thursday hosted by a think tank in Washington, D.C. called on the United States to remain engaged in Afghanistan even if it eventually withdraws its troops from the country. Speaking at a discussion held by the Center for Strategic and International...




Trump administration slammed for lying over Afghan war

A senior US official has slammed the Trump administration for "classifying information that shows the war on Afghanistan is going badly," including data on Afghan troop casualties and assessments of the Taliban’s strength. John F. Sopko, the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction,...




US Officials Routinely íLiedí Over Afghan Progress: Sopko

John Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), told US Congress on Wednesday that US officials routinely lied to the public during the 18-year war by exaggerating progress reports. Sopko was summoned to speak in response to the Washington Postís recent release of formerly...




Qureshi: Taliban íReady for Reduction of Violenceí

Pakistanís Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in a video message on Thursday said that Afghanistan and Pakistan "need stability," and "good progress" has been made as the Taliban shows "they are ready for a reduction of violence." Qureshi said that negotiations have continued between the US and...




Taliban Leader Agrees to a 7-Day Reduction of Violence: Source

The Taliban leader Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada has agreed to a seven-day reduction of violence in Afghanistan on condition that a peace deal is signed, sources familiar with the process have said on condition of anonymity. The Taliban leader has said that the reduction of violence in major cities...




Ceasefire Key to Peace Talks: Mohib

Hamdullah Mohib, the Afghanistanís National Security Adviser, underlined Wednesday at the Raisina Dialogue multilateral conference in New Delhi that "a ceasefire is necessary to create a conducive environment for talks" adding that if the Taliban do not accept the Afghan governmentís recall on Peace...




Nearly 10,000 Election Complaints Rejected: IECC

Zuhra Bayan Shinwari, head of the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC), at a Tuesday press conference said that 9,866 complaints out of 16,545 complaints have been rejected for lack of evidence. "Now we are moving into the recount process, and, so far, there have been no serious problems...




US Wants Taliban to Cut Iran Ties: Hekmatyar

The US has asked the Taliban to cut its ties with Iran and to agree to the presence of some US forces in Afghanistan after a potential peace agreement between the two sides, said Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the reconciled leader of Hizb-e-Islami, on Tuesday. Hekmatyar said the US brought these two issues...




Local Officials Criticized for Silence on Shindand Strike

Local officials in Herat were criticized for not providing details on a drone strike in Shindand district in the province on January 8 that killed almost 30 civilians and targeted a commander of Talibanís splinter faction Mullah Nangialai. Elders in the province and Provincial Council members said...




US still needs Middle East oil; Trump lies: Report

President Donald Trump has claimed that the United States no longer needs Middle Eastern oil, but according to a Bloomberg report American refineries still use the kind of oil the Middle East region produces. "We are now the number-one producer of oil and natural gas anywhere in the world. We are...




Pompeo: John Bass Helped Advance US Efforts Towards Afghan Peace

US Secretary Mike Pompeo described Ambassador John Bassí service in Afghanistan as "exemplary," saying he helped "advance American efforts to facilitate a political settlement in Afghanistan," and served with "excellence and integrity." "As Ambassador John Bass concludes two years in Afghanistan,...




Washington always disrespects its political, legal, moral commitments: Rouhani

Iranís President Hassan Rouhani says Washingtonís aggressiveness has always been there through violating the rights of nations by keeping away from commitment to any of its political, legal and moral obligations. i In a phone call with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday, Rouhani reiterated that...




Afghan official calls Gen. Soleimani key figure in anti-Daesh fight

Afghanistanís second vice president has hailed Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani as a "prominent figure" in the battle against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, saying his assassination has complicated the situation in the region. Muhammad Sarwar Danish made the remarks in Kabul on Saturday,...




Afghan VP Calls for ďCalmĒ over Soleimani Killing

The Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish addressed at a gathering marking Afghanistanís Constitution founding 16 years ago and said Iranís Qassem Soleimani was a "prominent anti-Daesh figure in the region" and his death will create a "complicated" political and security situation in the region...




US Amb. Bass: Take Opportunity for Peace, Fight Corruption

John Bass, the US ambassador to Afghanistan, in an interview with TOLOnewsí Lotfullah Najafizada that aired on Wednesday said that the winner of the Afghan presidential elections will not have a "commanding mandate" with "fewer than a million votes in a country of over 30 million people in which over...




8 Police Killed in Balkh, 7 ANA Killed in Takhar

At least eight police were killed in a Taliban attack on Tuesday night in Balkh province, local officials said Wednesday. Fawad Saleh, the Balkh highway police commander, said the attack took place at a highway police checkpoint in Alam Khail village of Balkh province. There were 14 soldiers at the...




Taliban Agrees On One Week Ceasefire

Mullah Hebatullah, the leader of the Taliban, agreed to a one-week ceasefire while signing the peace agreement with the US, said sources close to the Taliban. While the Taliban leaders and representatives were negotiating the ceasefire in Afghanistan, it is now reported that they have agreed on a...




10 ANA Troops Killed in Helmand Attack

On Friday at least 10 members of the Afghan Army died in an attack on their outpost by the Taliban in Sangin district, Helmand province, the 215 Maiwand Corps confirmed in a statement, saying also that four troops were wounded. Around 16 army troops were stationed at the outpost, according to the...




civilian casualties in afghanistan surpassed 100,000 in the past 10 years

Head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), Tadamichi Yamamoto supported the Intra-Afghan peace talks in a statement on Thursday. "I welcome the efforts made by the people of Afghanistan and other key actors to make progress and realize direct intra-Afghan talks. While recognizing the...




Leaders Unite Against Rise of ĎFraudulentí Govt

Some of Afghanistanís mainstream political leaders and former mujahideen figures on Thursday vowed to defy the establishment of a government arising from "electoral fraud." Among the main critics was CE Abdullah Abdullah, who reiterated that he will always defend the valid votes of the Afghan people. "I...




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