Afghan political leader Abdullah Abdullah escaped unhurt after gunmen attacked a ceremony in the capital Kabul, that left at least 27 people dead and dozens wounded.
News ID: 449469 Publish Date : 2020/03/07
The United States has been faced with “the utter defeat of its nearly twenty-year-old policy of occupation and control of Afghanistan,” says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
News ID: 449411 Publish Date : 2020/03/04
Taliban will not take part in intra-Afghan talks unless about 5,000 of its prisoners are released, spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says, against the backdrop of a recently signed tentative peace agreement between the United States and the militant group.
News ID: 449395 Publish Date : 2020/03/03
US President Donald Trump has vowed to personally meet with leaders of the Afghan militant group that the American military sought to root out when it led a massive invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, dismissing criticism of the deal Washington signed with Taliban .
News ID: 449374 Publish Date : 2020/03/02
US President Donald Trump's plan to end the costly war in Afghanistan by making a deal with the Taliban is unlikely to succeed in resorting peace in the country.
News ID: 449370 Publish Date : 2020/03/01
Washington and its allies plan to pull all of their troops out of Afghanistan within 14 months if commitments under the planned US- Taliban deal are implemented in full, according to the joint US-Afghan document.
News ID: 449369 Publish Date : 2020/03/01
Some hours before inking an agreement between the Taliban and the US in Doha, representatives of the Afghan government have not yet come to the venue of the meeting.
News ID: 449365 Publish Date : 2020/03/01
US President Donald Trump has said that it is time to end America's longest war in Afghanistan and come home.
News ID: 449292 Publish Date : 2020/02/26
Spokesman of Taliban group's politburo in Doha Suhail Shaheen announced that the agreement due to be inked with the US later this month includes the American forces' pullout from Afghanistan.
News ID: 449248 Publish Date : 2020/02/23
The United States and the Afghan Taliban militant group have agreed to sign a peace deal at the end of February aimed at ending America's longest war.
News ID: 449216 Publish Date : 2020/02/22
The Taliban ’s deputy leader has said that despite mutual mistrust, the militant group is “fully committed” to upholding a peace deal it is about to sign with the United States to end a nearly two-decade war in Afghanistan.
News ID: 449198 Publish Date : 2020/02/22
The Afghan Taliban militant group says the United States has “harmed” negotiations that have been going on and off between the two sides.
News ID: 448854 Publish Date : 2020/02/05
The United States has recovered the remains of individuals from a US military aircraft that crashed in Afghanistan.
News ID: 448707 Publish Date : 2020/01/29
The Taliban have rejected reports that the militant group has agreed to observe a brief ceasefire in Afghanistan amid ongoing peace talks with the United States.
News ID: 448214 Publish Date : 2019/12/31
Family members of more than 100 American troops who were killed or wounded in Afghanistan have filed a lawsuit against US contractors in the country, accusing them of paying "protection money" to the Taliban .
News ID: 448157 Publish Date : 2019/12/28
At least two Afghan civilians have been killed and 73 others injured in a Taliban suicide bombing near a key US military base.
News ID: 447995 Publish Date : 2019/12/14
The United States has resumed talks with the Taliban militant group, three months after President Donald Trump abruptly halted negotiations aimed at ending America's longest war.
News ID: 447894 Publish Date : 2019/12/08
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper stated that any future troop drawdowns in Afghanistan were "not necessarily" linked to a deal with the Taliban , suggesting some lowering of force levels may happen irrespective of the continuing peace push.
News ID: 447836 Publish Date : 2019/12/04
The Afghan Taliban militant group says it is “way too early” to speak of restarting direct negotiations with the United States, a day after US President Donald Trump paid a surprise visit to Afghanistan and said Washington is resuming talks with the militant group.
News ID: 447814 Publish Date : 2019/11/30
At least 15 Afghan civilians, including six women and eight children, were killed when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's Northern Kunduz province.
News ID: 447799 Publish Date : 2019/11/29