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Afghanistan summons UN official over meeting with president’s rival
The Afghan Foreign Ministry has summoned the United Nations (UN) special representative for Afghanistan to protest his meeting with Abdullah Abdullah, a former official and a rival to incumbent President Ashraf Ghani.
Taliban reject Afghan president's conditional prisoner release
The Taliban said on Wednesday a plan from the Afghan president to stagger the release of Taliban prisoners violated an accord they struck with the United States and they would not talk with the Afghan government until all 5,000 prisoners were freed.
Rockets mar Afghan president's swearing-in as rival inaugurates self
Rocket blasts interrupted the swearing-in ceremony Monday for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, whose second-term win has been undercut by his rival simultaneously claiming the presidency ahead of critical peace talks with the Taliban militia.
ICC gives green light to probe into US crimes in Afghanistan
Appeals judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) have given the green light to prosecutors to open an investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity by the US in Afghanistan.
US launches airstrike on Taliban days after ‘peace’ deal
The US launched an airstrike against the Taliban Wednesday, an American military spokesman said, as violence spirals after a string of deadly attacks by the militants, throwing the country's peace process into grave doubt.
Spike in suicides amongst veterans of British military campaigns in Afghanistan
Veterans of Britain’s recent costly military campaigns in Afghanistan are killing themselves in record numbers.
No need to involve US to resolve bilateral issues, Pakistan tells Afghanistan
Any reservations Afghanistan has with Islamabad should be resolved bilaterally rather than involving the United States, Pakistan’s foreign minister said on Sunday, in reference to part of a joint US-Afghan declaration on peace efforts.
US leaving Afghanistan after two decades of humiliation: Zarif
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the US is leaving Afghanistan after two decades of "humiliation" following a so-called peace deal between the Taliban and the United States.
Partial truce begins in Afghanistan
Afghans woke up to a weeklong partial truce Saturday after the Taliban, the US and local forces all agreed to a lull that could be a major turning point in the long conflict.
UN: 100,000 civilians casualties in Afghanistan in 10 years
A United Nations report said Afghanistan passed a grim milestone with more than 100,000 civilians killed or hurt in the last 10 years since the international body began documenting casualties in a war that has raged for 18 years.
Iran trade exhibition in Kabul well received
Iran's Commercial Attaché to Afghanistan Javanmard Qassab said on Thursday that the Eighth Iran's Trade Fair was warmly welcomed in Kabul.
Afghanistan’s incumbent Ghani declared winner of presidential poll
Afghanistan’s electoral body has declared incumbent President Ashraf Ghani the winner of the September 2019 presidential vote after months of a bitter dispute and delayed results.
Ashraf Ghani secures second term as Afghan president
Ashraf Ghani has secured a second term as president of Afghanistan, according to final results of the September 28, 2019 poll released Tuesday by the country's election commission.
US confirms 2 soldiers killed, 6 injured in Afghanistan
The US military says two American soldiers have been killed and six others wounded in an attack in eastern Afghanistan.

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