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Sartaj meets Ghani Afghan President to visit Pakistan soon
Pakistan Observer

Readout of the President's Video Conference with Afghan Presid...

The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release October 22, 2014 Today, the President spoke with President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan by video conference, along with his Chief ... The White House, 20 hours ago
Obama reaffirms support for Afghan unity government Associated Press of Pakistan, 9 hours ago
Afghan Prez eager to attend Saarc Summit Kathmandu Post, 1 day ago

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U.S. Wasted $7.6 Billion to Fight Poppy Cultivation in Afghanistan…Which is Now at an All-Time High

An expensive failure might best describe the United States effort to curb opium poppy cultivation in war-torn Afghanistan . Since the start of the war, the U.S. has poured $7.6 billion into counternarcotics operations aimed at stopping ...
 AllGov3 hours ago Afghan opium cultivation hits record high  Al Jazeera1 day ago Opium in Afghanistan Reaches All-Time High  GlobalSecurity.org19 hours ago Afghan opium poppy yields hits all-time high  Independent On Saturday1 day ago
VOA News

10 Afghan Soldiers Killed in Past 24 Hours

Kabul, October 23 (QNA) - At least ten Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers were killed in the latest wave of violence across the country in the past 24 hours. The Afghan Ministry of Defense said the soldiers were killed following roadside bomb ...
 Qatar News Agency3 hours ago Afghan Soldiers Killed In Roadside Bombing  Radio Free Europe2 days ago Four Afghan Soldiers Killed In Attack  Radio Free Europe2 days ago Blast in Kabul kills four Afghan soldiers: Officials  Zee News2 days ago

New Afghanistan president to make first visit to China

Afghanistan's new president Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai will visit China next week, his first official foreign trip since taking office in September, China's foreign ministry confirmed Wednesday. "We hope that the visit will help deepen tangible ...
 Ecns.cn15 hours ago New Afghanistan president to visit China  Business Standard2 days ago Four killed in Afghan bombing  Qatar Tribune2 days ago China, US training Afghan diplomats  First Post.com2 days ago

Afghan troops

(MENAFN - The Peninsula) Afghan National Army soldiers participate in a combat training exercise at the Afghan National Military training centre in Kabul yesterday. Afghan casualties have rocketed over the past two years, during which time Nato has ...
 MENAFN4 hours ago
Pakistan Observer

Taliban get training, equipment in Pak: Daudzai

- Islamabad—Just days after newly-elected Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called for an end to the traditional blame game between Pakistan and Afghanistan, acting Interior Minister Umer Daudzai alleged that the Taliban get training and equipment in ...
 Pakistan Observer9 hours ago Afghanistan calls India an 'all-weather friend'  Kashmir Observer21 hours ago Afghanistan calls India as an 'all-weather friend'  Siasat Daily5 hours ago Ties with Kabul: Afghan president to share his vision with PM Nawaz  The Express Tribune3 days ago
Xinhua News Agency

Car bomb hits Afghan northern Kunduz city, wounds 4

KUNDUZ, Afghanistan, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- Four police were wounded as a car bomb rocked Afghanistan's northern Kunduz city on Thursday, a security official said. "An explosive-laden car was exploded by a remote control near a bank in Kunduz city at ...
 Xinhua News Agency6 hours ago Casualties feared as blast rocks Afghan southern city  Xinhua News Agency1 day ago 2 HEAVY BLASTS HEARD IN AFGHAN CAPITAL KABUL-- LOCAL MEDIA days ago XINHUA - FLASH: CASUALTIES FEARED AS BLAST ROCKS NORTHERN AFGHAN KUNDUZ CITY -- POLICE  Namibia Press Agency5 hours ago
Indian Express

Ajit Doval visits Afghanistan, calls on president Ashraf Ghani

Ajit Dowal National Security Adviser Ajit Doval on Wednesday visited Kabul and called on Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and CEO Dr. Abdullah Abdullah. Later, Doval also held talks with his Afghanistan counterpart Hanif Atmar. Officials said ...
 Indian Express12 hours ago What's NSA Doval doing in Afghanistan?  Rediff.com23 hours ago Doval visits Kabul, reaffirms India's commitment to assistance  Business Standard1 day ago Ajit Doval visits Kabul, reaffirms India's commitment to assistance  Economic Times23 hours ago

Kabul looks to Delhi for security assistance

KABUL (Pajhwok): Interior Minister Mohammed Umer Daudzai has sought security assistance from India, which he hailed as Afghanistans all-weather and time-tested friend. Currently in India to attend a regional security meeting, he told reporters in ...
 Frontier Post8 hours ago PM Modi govt. will have 'positive impact' on New Delhi-Kabul relations, says Afghan interior minister  Sify2 days ago
RIA Novosti

Shanghai Cooperation Organization Says Afghanistan Requests Help in Fighting Terrorism

MOSCOW, October 23 (RIA Novosti) Kabul has asked Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states to help Afghan special services in combating terrorism, the SCO Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (SCO RATS) said Thursday. The SCO RATS ...
 RIA Novosti7 hours ago
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