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Pakistan, Taliban urge resumption of Afghan peace talks
Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban militant group have called for the “earliest resumption” of peace talks to end the United States’ 18-year war in Afghanistan.
Taliban kill 11 Afghan police, torch district headquarters
The Taliban killed at least 11 police officers in Afghanistan’s northern Balkh Province before burning their headquarters, officials said on Tuesday.
Iran hosting over 1.5 million documented Afghan refugees: Official
An Iranian Interior Ministry official said more than one and a half million Afghan refugees and immigrants have settled in the country while tens of thousands more reside in Iran without legal status.
Taliban: Trump will 'soon regret' abandoning Afghan talks
US President Donald Trump has declared as “dead” so-called peace talks with the Taliban, prompting the militant group to declare war against American forces in Afghanistan, a development that seems to only prolong the 18-year occupation of the country.
Joint Iran-Afghan IT expo kicks off in Kabul
Kabul is hosting a three-day information technology exhibition. Iran and Afghanistan have jointly organized this event. Tens of Iranian and Afghan companies have participated in this exhibition to put on show their latest achievements.
Afghan forces ‘completely clear’ Kunduz after Taliban raid
Afghan government forces have cleared Kunduz City of Taliban militants, officials say, following an attempt by the militants to take over the strategic northern city.
Afghan director Karimi defies odds with Kabul-set drama ‘Hava, Maryam, Ayesha’
As the daughter of refugees who fled Afghanistan for a new life in Iran, Sahraa Karimi never lost touch with her parents’ homeland, whose culture and traditions were kept alive in her Tehran household. But as the years passed, and her pursuit of a career in filmmaking took her to Europe, the distance between Karimi and Afghanistan grew. Suddenly, the director was faced with a difficult choice.
Afghan minister invites Iran’s investors for collaboration in power generation
Afghan Minister of Water and Energy Mohammad Gul Khulmi invited Iranian private investors involved in the power industry to help boost electricity generation in Afghanistan.
Afghan president: Our future cannot be decided outside
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says he does not want outsiders to meddle in Afghanistan’s internal affairs, as the United States attempts to negotiate a deal with the Taliban militant group.
Afghan presidential elections campaign kicks off
Afghanistan is getting ready to hold the fourth presidential elections since the ouster of the Taliban back in 2001.
Afghan Taliban force Swedish group to close some medical centers
Taliban militants in Afghanistan have forced a foreign charity to close more than half of its health centers in a central province.
18 Afghan soldiers killed during raid on Taliban positions
Eighteen Afghan soldiers have been killed during clashes with Taliban militants that erupted after the troops conducted a night raid on their hideouts to capture a top leader of the militant group, government officials say.
Afghan MP calls for provincial trade ties with Iran
Head of Afghan delegation in Asian Parliamentary Assembly called for stronger economic and commercial relations with Iran, particularly between the two countries' provinces.
Ancient Afghan citadel collapses, cultural heritage sites at risk
An ancient tower dating back 2,000 years in the historic Afghan city of Ghazni collapsed this week, local officials said, raising concerns about the vulnerability of the country’s cultural heritage and the government’s ability to protect them.
Taliban say progress made in Afghan talks in Moscow but no breakthrough
The Taliban say "decent progress" has been made in talks with senior Afghan politicians in Moscow but that there has been no breakthrough towards ending two decades of the US occupation of Afghanistan.

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