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January 17, 2017

Terrorism, which increases the anguish and sufferings of individuals, is a relentless plight and blackmails the entire globe. Afghanistan bears the brunt of it and sustains heavy casualties and great loss annually. Bleeding never stops and the voice ... Daily Outlook, 1 day ago
Daily Outlook

January 01, 2017 by

Afghan nation has left a bloody year behind and sustained heavy casualties as a result of the Taliban's intensified attacks. The death of Omer's successor in late May, 2016, who was considered an obstacle before peace talks, did not break the ...
 Daily Outlook2 weeks ago

Taliban leaders are in Afghanistan!

News & Views Mohammad Jamil LAST week, General Abdul Raziq, the powerful police chief of southern Kandahar Province, expressed optimism for a breakthrough in negotiations with the Taliban by claiming that Taliban leaders along with their ...
 Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago

Hatred at Heart of Asia

Akbar Jan Marwat ASHRAF Ghani, the President of Afghanistan, subjected Pakistan to some serious tongue lashing, hardly acceptable in a multilateral conference, being held to find ways and means of trying to help Afghanistan. The fact that the ...
 Pakistan Observer4 weeks ago Ghani's leap from pro-Pakistan to pro-India  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Pakistan advises Afghan government to formally invite Taliban for talks

Islamabad, Dec 16 Pakistan suggested to the Afghan government on Thursday to formally invite the Taliban for peace negotiations. The comments came amid reports that Taliban political representatives in Qatar are exploring options for possible ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago Pakistan advises Afghan gov't to formally invite Taliban for talks month ago

The elusive peace in Afghanistan

News & Views Mohammad Jamil SPEAKING at a TV programme, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said: Peace in Afghanistan is vital for regional stability. Pakistan firmly believes in peace and stability in Afghanistan. Therefore, Pakistan ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago

In Pursuit of Peace

Afghan nation bears the brunt of terrorism and civilian fatalities make the headlines in national and international media. The Taliban's radical leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada remains adamantly opposed to peace talks and orchestrates deadly ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago
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