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Sartaj meets Ghani Afghan President to visit Pakistan soon
Pakistan Observer

Pakistan, Afghanistan trotting out roadmap for tension-free ti...

ISLAMABAD, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) -- Pakistan said on Monday that it is working with Afghanistan on a "comprehensive road-map" for better bilateral relations, which will be free of mistrust and will focus on constructive engagement and economic ... Xinhua News Agency, 7 hours ago
Four Pakistani released, Frontier Post, 19 hours ago
Global Research

Maldives does not have to be like the unstable Afghanistan- Nasheed

Shaheeda Saeed President of the opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP), former President Mohamed Nasheed has said that the Maldives does not have to be like the unstable Afghanistan, He made this remark speaking at the press conference ...
 Miadhu News20 hours ago Afghanistan: A Dangerous Projection of Presidential Inauguration  Global Research7 hours ago In Afghanistan, new government faces a clash of cultures  Washington Post3 days ago Son of Jalaluddin Haqqani arrested in Afghanistan  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago
Miami Herald

Taliban ambush in northern Afghanistan and bombs in Kabul and elsewhere kill 25

It was the second car-bomb attack on international forces in Kabul in a month. Enlarge US soldiers walk at the site of a suicide attack as a vehicle pulls the wreckage of a damaged car in Kabul on Oct. 13, 2014. (WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/) Taliban ...
 GlobalPost3 hours ago Taliban attack kills 3 Afghan security troops  Sify2 days ago Bombings kill 4 security troops in Afghanistan  Yahoo! Malaysia2 days ago Taliban militants kill six police officers in Afghanistan's Logar  Jane's4 days ago
CTV News

Czech government will keep soldiers in Afghanistan until 2016

PRAGUE, Czech Republic -- The Czech defence ministry says the government has approved its plan to keep troops in Afghanistan for at least two more years. The ministry said in a statement Monday that up to 350 soldiers will be deployed in ...
 CTV News4 hours ago Government OKs Czech Troops to Stay in Afghanistan  ABC News4 hours ago Czech gov't approves military foreign missions for 2015, 2016 hours ago
Money Control

Afghanistan to find new sea routes through Iran's ...

Kabul- The government of India has approved plan to develop Chabahar port in Iran in a bid to link Afghanistan and India through sea routes. The port will be developed by an Indian joint venture company with an investment of $85.21 million and ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 hours ago Iran and India's Road to Afghanistan  Indian Express11 hours ago India OKs plan to uplift Chabahar port  Frontier Post17 hours ago India Approves Plan to Develop Iran's Chabahar Port  Kayhan International1 day ago
RIA Novosti

EU Says Seeks Partnership With Afghanistan, Welcomes Security Pact With US, NATO

MOSCOW, October 20 (RIA Novosti) - The European Council approved Afghanistan's signing of the Bilateral Security Agreement with the United States on Monday and reassured its willingness to establish long-term cooperation with the country. "The ...
 RIA Novosti5 hours ago US security deal is not a threat to neighbours: Afghan ambassador  Pakistan Today1 day ago Afghanistan, US sign long-awaited security pact  Economic Times2 weeks ago Afghanistan, US sign Bilateral Security Agreement  Prokerala2 weeks ago

China, U.S. partner to train Afghan diplomats

WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) -- A group of young Afghan diplomats began a two-week training session here Monday as part of a joint program co-organized by the United States and China. This is the third year the United States and China have ...
 Xinhua News Agency4 hours ago

How We Lied To Afghanistan's Girls

One reason given for the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan was to educate girls. But as the Western military shrinks there, so does the funding for those schools. Western governments spent a decade patting themselves on the back for what they touted as ...
 Austin American Statesman5 hours ago
Mother Jones

We're Still at War: Photo of the Day for October 20, 2014

A US Army Corporal carries a detonation cord to blow up expired ordinance in Afghanistan. (US Army photo by Staff Sgt. Whitney Houston) Get Mother Jones by Email - Free. Like what you're reading? Get the best of MoJo three times
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Soldier pulled gun on spy while pair were drinking in Afghanistan: report

A special forces soldier pulled a handgun on an Australian spy during a drinking session in Afghanistan in December last year, an intelligence report shows. The ABC understands the soldier was part of a Defence support team, drawn from the elite ...
 ABC Online8 hours ago Special forces soldier pulled handgun on Australian spy during drinking session in Afghanistan (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia9 hours ago
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