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US ‘may pull some 1,000 troops from Afghanistan’
The United States may reduce the number of American troops in Afghanistan by at least 1,000, a US general says, attributing the decision to an efficiency drive by a new commander of NATO forces in the Asian country.
US will not unilaterally withdraw from Afghanistan: Pentagon chief
Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has told Washington’s NATO allies that the Pentagon will not reduce its troop presence in Afghanistan unilaterally.
UK army permitted killing civilians in Iraq, Afghanistan: Report
A report has found that the British army allowed soldiers to shoot and kill unarmed civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan for activities defined as suspicious such as those holding a mobile telephone or a shovel.
Afghan president calls for 'serious talks' with Taliban
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said Monday the Taliban should "enter serious talks" with his government, after the militants and the US both touted progress during unprecedented negotiations in Qatar last week.
UK to deport veteran who suffered mentally after war in Afghanistan
A former Commonwealth soldier who fought in Afghanistan with the British Army and suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder has been detained before being deported to Jamaica.
Taliban attack kills over 100 security personnel in Afghanistan
The Taliban killed more than 100 members of the Afghan security forces inside a military compound in central Maidan Wardak Province on Monday, a senior defense official said.
Afghanistan's President Ghani formally registers for re-election
President Ashraf Ghani has formally registered as a candidate for Afghanistan's delayed presidential election, which is scheduled to be held on July 20.
Former Afghan warlord Hekmatyar enters presidential race
Former warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar entered Afghanistan's presidential race on Saturday in a new challenge to President Ashraf Ghani who allowed him to return from exile two decades he was forced out by the Taliban.
Zarif: Taliban must have Afghan role, but can't dominate
The Taliban must have a role in Afghanistan in future, Iran's foreign minister said on Wednesday, but added that the militant group should not have a dominant role.
Tehran, Kabul to expand energy, water cooperation
Iran and Afghanistan exchanged views on ways to bolster cooperation in the water and energy sectors.
Iran to expand trade with Afghanistan
Iran is ready to broaden commercial and industrial relations with Kabul, said governor general of Iran's South Khorasan Province.
At least 30 gold miners killed in northern Afghanistan
At least 30 Afghans were killed on Sunday when the tunnel they were digging in to mine gold in northern Afghanistan collapsed, officials said.
Iran supports peace process, democracy in Afghanistan: Deputy FM
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi says the Islamic Republic will continue to support the peace process and the promotion of democracy in Afghanistan.
India rejects Trump's 'sermons' on Afghanistan, says it is building lives
India’s ruling and opposition parties condemned US President Donald Trump’s comments this week mocking New Delhi’s role in war-torn Afghanistan, where the South Asian country has invested billions of dollars in economic projects and military training.

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