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Iran deputy FM: Withdrawal of foreign troops could promote Afghan peace efforts
A senior Iranian official says military solutions have proved futile in resolving the Afghanistan conflict, and that a withdrawal of foreign forces could promote efforts to restore calm to the war-torn Asian state.
Afghan president offers talks with Taliban 'without preconditions'
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani offered recognition of the Taliban as a legitimate political group on Wednesday as part of a proposed political process that he said could lead to talks aimed at ending more than 16 years of war.
At least 23 killed in multiple attacks in Afghanistan
At least 23 people, mostly soldiers, were killed and more than a dozen wounded in a series of attacks and suicide bombings in Afghanistan on Saturday, officials said, the latest assaults on the war-torn country's beleaguered security forces.
Turkmenistan says work has started  on Afghan section of gas pipeline to Pakistan, India
Turkmenistan announced the start of construction work on the Afghan section of an $8 billion natural gas pipeline that will link the energy-rich Central Asian nation to Pakistan and India.
Afghan, Pakistani, Indian officials launch Turkmen natural gas pipeline
The Afghan president and Pakistani prime minister have inaugurated a 1,814 kilometer gas pipeline that will carry Turkmenistan’s natural gas to Afghanistan as well as Pakistan and India after its construction officially began on the Afghan-Turkmen border.
165 Afghan firms given go-ahead to start work at Chabahar Port
Iran has issued permits for 165 Afghan companies to invest and operate in the strategic port of Chabahar in the southeastern province of Sistan-Balouchestan that is on a course to open a transport corridor to landlocked Central Asian nations.
UNHCR thanks Iran for facilitating education for Afghan children
Head of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Iran thanked Iran's Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei for ordering Iranian officials to provide education to Afghan children.
Afghan forces detect Daesh hideout in Kabul
Afghan forces have discovered a hideout of the Daesh Takfiri terrorists in a poor neighborhood of Kabul, thwarting major acts of terror planned in the capital.
Afghan president vows revenge over deadly Kabul attacks
President Ashraf Ghani has vowed to take revenge for a spate of deadly attacks in Afghanistan after senior authorities in Kabul pointed a finger of blame at neighboring Pakistan over the bloodshed.
18 dead in suicide attack on Afghan funeral
An explosion at a funeral in Afghanistan's restive east on Sunday killed at least 18 mourners and wounded another 13, officials said, capping a deadly year for ordinary Afghans.
Kabul suicide attack kills six: Afghan official
A suicide attack shook the Afghan capital on Monday morning claiming lives of six civilians and leaving three people injured, an Afghan official announced.
Daesh gunmen raid intelligence training facility in Afghan capital, gunfight underway (Video)
Daesh militants have stormed an under-construction facility belonging to the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in the Afghan capital Kabul, triggering an intense gunfight with security forces.
Afghan lawmakers approve 11 cabinet nominees, reject one after months of stalemate
Afghanistan's parliament has approved nearly a dozen nominees for ministerial posts after months of deadlock in the embattled unity government.
At least 14 dead as blast rocks foreign embassy district in Kabul
A loud blast shook windows and doors in an area of the Afghan capital Kabul where many foreign embassies and government departments are based, Reuters reporters heard on Tuesday.
15 Afghan policemen killed in separate Taliban attacks
A total of 15 police officers have been killed in the east and south of Afghanistan in separate attacks by the Taliban militant group.

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