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Mansour setback

In one fell swoop, the slowly building optimism around the Afghan peace process has collapsed. Mullah Akhter Mansour, the recently ascended leader of the Taliban, was reportedly shot four times during a high-level meeting of the Taliban leadership ... Daily Times, 2 months ago

Pakistani Taliban Rejects Islamic Caliphate

Kabul (BNA) Pakistani Taliban and a branch of Mullah Akhtar led Afghan Taliban rejecting, the caliphate declared by Abu-Bakr Al Baghdadi called it baseless. Earlier Mullah Akhtar led Taliban calling Abu Baker Al- Baghdadi's proclaimed Caliphate ...
 Bakhtar News Agency1 month ago
World Bulletin

What Afghan CEO Abullah Abdullah said in India

Sheikh Manzoor Ahmed India Afghanistan's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah in his recent visit to India said that Taliban's dream to recapture power after withdrawal of America led NATO troops has come to a naught. Talibans were waiting for the ...
 World Bulletin1 day ago

New Year but old dreams and same challenges

brought new dawn of hope to some Afghans. Although, new solar year will begin on March 21, 2016 but due to presence of foreign forces and scores of international organizations, the war-weary nation sees the future and past in the timeline of the ...
 Afghanistan Times2 days ago

What do Saudis want from Pakistan?

In a highly provocative undertaking, the Saudi regime executed Shia cleric NimrBaqr Al Nimr last week, a vocal critic of the royal family demanding nationwide free and fair elections, and political rights to minorities. In response to his death, ...
 Daily Times3 weeks ago

Pakistan's President hopes QCG will bring peace in Afghanistan

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Pakistan's President Mamnoon Hussain on Wednesday expressed optimism over the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCP) meeting which was held in Islamabad on Monday. He termed the meeting a positive step towards the ...
 Afghanistan Times3 weeks ago

Four-nation Taliban preparatory talks tomorrow

Islamabad - Representatives from Pakistan, Afghanis-tan, China and the US will meet tomorrow (Monday) here to deliberate the terms of reference and other modalities to restart the stalled peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban. ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

The folks with no morality

A shocking and most annoying news recently surfaced in media regarding training of women as suicide bombers. According to Deputy Chief of the Nuristan province council, Omer Farooq, scores of women in Gawhardesh area of Kamdesh district were being ...
 Afghanistan Times1 month ago

Can South Asia make nice in 2016?

Listen Early this month, the fifth Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process Summit was opened by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Islamabad, Pakistan's capital. Attending were the foreign ministers of ten countries ...
 Gulf Time UAE1 month ago Can South Asia Make Nice in 2016? The Diplomat  NewsListOnline1 month ago Regional dimensions of security  Daily Times1 month ago The Regional Dimensions Of Security Closer To The Heart Of Asia OpEd  Eurasia Review1 month ago

Trouble is brewing

Once again, Afghanistan — the country that is the exception to most others in terms of government infrastructure and state's writ — is in trouble. It appears that no matter how much effort is made to stabilise the country known as the graveyard ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
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