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Taliban offer temporary ceasefire to US in Afghanistan
The Taliban have offered a brief ceasefire to the United States, a move which could lead to the resumption of talks between the two sides and withdrawal of thousands of American troops from Afghanistan.
Over 130 killed as avalanches and floods hit Pakistan, Afghanistan
Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter weather has claimed lives of more than 130 people across Pakistan and Afghanistan in recent days, local officials say.
FAO, WFP support Afghan refugees residing in Iran to initiate alternative livelihoods
Through a joint livelihood improvement programme, FAO and WFP train and empower Afghan refugees to run a newly constructed greenhouse in Mohajerin Semnan Settlement.
More than 130 dead as avalanches and floods hit Pakistan, Afghanistan
Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter weather have killed more than 130 people across Pakistan and Afghanistan and left others stranded by heavy snowfall.
Severe weather in Afghanistan, Pakistan leaves 48 dead
Severe winter weather has struck parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan, with heavy snowfall, rains, and flash floods that left at least 48 people dead, officials said Monday as authorities struggled to clear and reopen highways and evacuate people to safer places.
Afghan official calls Gen. Soleimani key figure in anti-Daesh fight
Afghanistan's second vice president has hailed Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani as a "prominent figure" in the battle against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, saying his assassination has complicated the situation in the region.
Iran, Afghanistan to link up through railway: Official
A senior Iranian official said a major railway connecting Iran and neighboring Afghanistan will be ready in March as construction of a key cross-border line is nearing completion.
Ending war only ‘real hope’ for a prosperous Afghanistan: UN offical
Only by ending the war in Afghanistan can there be “real hope” for a prosperous future for the country, the top UN official said.
Car bomb kills 6 soldiers in Afghanistan
At least six Afghan soldiers have been killed and three others wounded in a car bomb explosion in Afghanistan’s northern province of Balkh, the Afghan Defense Ministry says.
Taliban abducts 27 peace activists in Afghanistan
The Taliban has kidnapped 27 Afghan activists of the People's Peace Movement who were on a trip to call for peace and ceasefire between the militant group and the government in Kabul.
Deadliest year in Afghanistan for US since official end of ops
Twenty American soldiers have been recorded this year among those killed during the US conflicts in Afghanistan, making 2019 the deadliest year since Washington officially announced an end to operations in 2014.
Afghan president wins second term in early vote count
Afghanistan's election commission said President Ashraf Ghani has won a second term, earning 50.64% of a preliminary vote count announced Sunday, but his opponents can still challenge the results.
Afghanistan and Pakistan jolted by strong 6.1-magnitude quake: USGS
A strong earthquake has rattled Afghanistan and Pakistan, the US Geological Survey said, forcing residents into the streets in Kabul and Islamabad.
Iran says opposes US-Taliban talks
Iran's top security official said Wednesday the Islamic Republic opposed US negotiations with the Taliban, as the talks excluded Afghan people and government.
Afghanistan war – The crime of the century
“We were devoid of a fundamental understanding of Afghanistan. We didn’t know what we were doing.” So said Gen. Douglas Lute, who oversaw the US war on Afghanistan under Presidents Bush and Obama. Eighteen years into the longest war in US history, we are finally finding out, thanks to thousands of pages of classified interviews on the war published by the Washington Post last week, that General Lute’s cluelessness was shared by virtually everyone involved in the war.

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