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Suicide bomber kills nine in Afghanistan's Jalalabad
A suicide bomber on foot targeted a police vehicle in Afghanistan’s eastern city of Jalalabad on Thursday, killing at least nine people, including civilians, local officials said.
Australia police raid ABC over report on killing of civilians in Afghanistan
Police in Australia have raided the headquarters of the Australian Broadcasting Corp. (ABC) over a report that used leaked information to reveal the killing of civilians in Afghanistan by Australian forces.
US special envoy to Afghanistan to talk peace with Taliban militants
The US envoy for "peace in Afghanistan" reportedly plans to meet with representatives of the Taliban militant group later this month during an international tour to promote the peace talks opposed by the Afghan government.
US military helicopter destroyed after 'hard landing' in Afghanistan
A US military helicopter has been destroyed after a "hard landing" in Afghanistan that left all passengers and crew onboard injured.
India’s first export shipment for Afghanistan enters Chabahar port
The deputy chairman of the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries said India’s first export shipment to Afghanistan has arrived at Iran’s Chabahar port.
Taliban attack hits police HQ in northern Afghanistan, kills over dozen
At least thirteen people have been killed and scores injured in an attack by the Taliban militant group on the police headquarters in Afghanistan’s northern Baghlan Province.
Afghan president expresses readiness to declare ceasefire with Taliban
Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani says his government is ready to declare a ceasefire with the Taliban militant group as the grand peace assembly, known as a Loya Jirga, demanded an immediate and permanent truce.
Afghanistan grand council demands 'immediate and permanent' cease-fire
A historic grand assembly known as Loya Jirga ended in Kabul Friday with delegates from across Afghanistan demanding an immediate and permanent cease-fire – and President Ashraf Ghani saying he was conditionally prepared to implement one.
Afghanistan’s Loya Jirga urges both govt., Taliban to announce ceasefire
Attendees at Afghanistan’s most important national gathering have urged ceasefire between the government and the Taliban militant group as a foretaste to a potential peace deal.
US, Taliban resume talks as Afghan government seeks role in peace process
American and Taliban officials resumed talks in Qatar to end a 17-year war in Afghanistan on Wednesday while the Afghan government hosted a rare assembly in Kabul to ensure its interests are upheld in any peace deal.
More Afghan civilians killed by US, pro-gov’t forces than by militants: UN
Afghan civilians are for the first time being killed in greater numbers by US and pro-government forces than by the Taliban and other militant groups, a UN report released Wednesday revealed.
Taliban says next talks with US to focus on foreign troop pullout from Afghanistan
A highly-placed member of the Taliban militant group says the next round of negotiations between the outfit and the United States will focus on the timetable for the pullout of all foreign troops from Afghanistan.
Floods hit southeast Iran
Rouhani assures people of aid on visit to flood-hit provinces
Peace talks postponed as Taliban objects to size of Afghan delegation
A meeting between the Taliban and Afghan politicians and civil society aimed at ending more than 17 years of war in Afghanistan has been postponed, officials and diplomats said on Thursday, citing Taliban objections to the size of the Afghan delegation.

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