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US envoy stresses on need for 'negotiated settlement' between ...

While noting that the United States never sought to target the Taliban "just as Taliban," a U.S. special envoy has emphasised the need for a negotiated settlement in Afghanistan.Addressing the media over Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's recent visit ... Business Standard, 8 hours ago

Clashes with Taliban halt supply of power in south Afghanistan

KABUL (Reuters) - Clashes between Afghan forces and the Taliban have cut off the main supply of power to Afghanistan's Helmand and Kandahar provinces, according to residents and the chief of the national power company. Both areas are militant strongholds and ...
 Reuters11 hours ago
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Sorry, what? Afghan president says time to apologize to Taliban

10:57 Afghan President Ashraf Ghaniю (Reuters / Gary Cameron) After 13 years of war aimed at rooting out the Taliban, the Afghan president declared in Washington that torture and mistreatment only intensified resentment in some members of ...
 Russia Today4 days ago Some among Taliban have genuine grievance, need to find way to say sorry: Afghan prez  Economic Times4 days ago Zarb-e-Azb pushing Taliban towards Afghan border regions: IS terror threat squeezing Afghanistan: Ghani  Business Recorder4 days ago Afghan president says need to find way to say 'sorry' to Taliban  Sharenet4 days ago
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Ghani vows to crush Taliban escaping Pakistan offensives

WASHINGTON: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday said that Taliban militants pushed into his country due to Pakistan's counter-insurgency operations will be dealt with iron hands. Ghani said this during a joint meeting of Congress during ...
 Qatar Peninsula4 days ago Cautiously optimistic about improved relations with Pak: Ghani  Business Standard3 days ago Afghan leader `cautiously optimistic` over Pakistan  Zee News3 days ago 'Cautiously Optimistic' About Improved Relations With Pak: Ghani  Outlook3 days ago
DAWN Group

US slowing Afghan troop withdrawal damages peace prospects: Taliban

US President Barack Obama`s decision to slow the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan will hamper peace efforts, the Taliban said Wednesday, vowing to continue fighting. Obama on Tuesday reversed plans to withdraw around 5,000 US troops from ...
 Zee News5 days ago Slowing down of US pullout to affect peace efforts: Taliban  DAWN Group4 days ago Slow withdrawal of USA troops to derail Afghan govt-Taliban talks  Gulf Time UAE5 days ago Taliban vows to fight on in Afghanistan  Weekly Times Now5 days ago
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US drone kills 11 Taliban members in Pakistan

DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan - A US drone strike killed 11 Pakistani Taliban militants in northeastern Afghanistan, including six or seven senior commanders, intelligence officials said on Wednesday, hours after a strike killed at least nine militants ...
 Jerusalem Post5 days ago PAK-2NDLD DRONE - 21 Pak Taliban militants killed in Afghan border drone strikes  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago PAK-LD DRONE - US drone kills 9 Pakistani Taliban militants in Afghanistan  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago US drone kills 9 Pak Taliban militants in Afghanistan  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Obama administration weighs Afghan request to slow withdrawal of troops

Afghan troops continue to fight Taliban militants. Last year was the most violent since the war began, the International Committee of the Red Cross has said.
 Economic Times1 month ago Obama revises Afghan exit plan  IOL5 days ago Obama slows Afghan troop withdrawal  IAfrica.com5 days ago DEFENSE OVERNIGHT: Obama hits pause on Afghan drawdown  The Hill5 days ago
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Taliban militants surrender to gov't in northern Afghanistan

Some 10 members of the Taliban militant group have surrendered to authorities in Afghanistan's Northern Province of Baghlan. District Governor Mohammad Sarwar told Xinhua on Thursday that "A 10-member group of Taliban renounced violence and joined ...
 IRIB World Service4 days ago Taliban rebels surrender to gov't in N. Afghan province: official  Xinhua News Agency4 days ago - Taliban rebels surrender to gov't in N. Afghan province: official  Cihan Haber4 days ago XINHUA - Taliban rebels surrender to gov't in N. Afghan province: official  Namibia Press Agency4 days ago
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Washington Post

Bowe Bergdahl, soldier released in Taliban swap, faces desertion charge

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the U.S. soldier who slipped away from his patrol base in Afghanistan in 2009 and was held in captivity for five years, has been charged with desertion and misbehaving before the enemy, Army officials said Wednesday, setting the ...
 Washington Post4 days ago US soldier Bowe Bergdahl charged with 'desertion' for disappearing from Afghan post in 2009  Ani News4 days ago
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A deal with the Taliban?

Story highlights Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is visiting the United States Rebecca Zimmerman: U.S. doesn't need more boots on ground The reality is that an agreement with the Taliban that is good for the Afghan government is probably impossible ...
 CNN5 days ago Deadly Blast Hits Kabul as Afghan President Addresses 'the Elephant In the ... - VICE News  Social Dashboard4 days ago Afghan President Achieved His Goal With Visit to USA  Prensa Latina4 days ago Afghan president brings hope for peace: Column  USA Today6 days ago
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