Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Pakistan, Taliban urge resumption of Afghan peace talks
Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban militant group have called for the “earliest resumption” of peace talks to end the United States’ 18-year war in Afghanistan.
Taliban, US negotiators in Pakistan to try and resume talks
In a move to get the long-running tough talks going, the co-founder of the Taliban militant group and Washington’s special envoy for Afghanistan have traveled to Pakistan.
Taliban kill 11 Afghan police, torch district headquarters
The Taliban killed at least 11 police officers in Afghanistan’s northern Balkh Province before burning their headquarters, officials said on Tuesday.
Taliban chopped off man’s finger for voting; he did it again
The Taliban militant group cut off Safiullah Safi’s right forefinger for voting in a 2014 election. That did not stop the businessman from doing it again this year.
Afghans to vote in presidential election amid Taliban worries
Millions of people in Afghanistan are expected to brave the threat of militant attacks during a presidential election on Saturday, hoping to prevent a repeat of a bitter, fraud-marred and ultimately unresolved poll in 2014.
Taliban-claimed Afghan hospital attack deaths rise to 39, with 140 wounded
The death toll in a Taliban truck bombing that destroyed a hospital in southern Afghanistan has risen to 39, nearly double the previous figure, with 140 wounded, a spokesman for the provincial governor said on Friday.
Taliban Afghanistan bomb attack leaves 120 casualties
At least 20 people have been killed and nearly 100 others wounded after a Taliban bomb attack targeted a building of the intelligence services in southern Afghanistan, officials say.
Taliban: Doors are open to resuming talks with US
The Taliban says its “doors are open” to resuming talks with the United States following the collapse of negotiations between Washington and the Afghan militant group earlier this month.
Taliban attacks kill 48, Afghan president unhurt
Taliban suicide bombers killed 48 people in two separate attacks in Afghanistan on Tuesday, the deadliest taking place near an election rally by President Ashraf Ghani, though he was unhurt.
Iran confirms Taliban delegation’s Tehran visit
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi on Tuesday confirmed that a Taliban delegation recently paid a visit to Tehran for talks with Iranian officials.
Trump: US will hit Taliban ‘with power never used before’
US President Donald Trump has threatened to hit the Taliban harder than ever, following the collapse of peace talks between Washington and the militant group.
Taliban: Trump will 'soon regret' abandoning Afghan talks
US President Donald Trump has declared as “dead” so-called peace talks with the Taliban, prompting the militant group to declare war against American forces in Afghanistan, a development that seems to only prolong the 18-year occupation of the country.
US unable to achieve desired deal with Taliban, stuck in Afghanistan quagmire: Analyst
Almost two decades into its invasion of Afghanistan, the United States is today caught in a “quagmire” in the Asian country as Washington can neither militarily defeat the Taliban nor strike a “satisfactory” deal with the militant group, which could serve as “a smokescreen” for a face-saving pullout, a commentator tells Press TV.
US defends plans for Trump-Taliban meeting at Camp David
The US has defended plans for a meeting between President Donald Trump and Taliban’s leaders at Camp David as prospects of a deal shatter between the two sides.
Pompeo: US-Taliban talks ‘dead for the time being'
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the so-called peace talks with the Afghan Taliban militant group are “dead” for now and that the administration in Washington will not negotiate any future deal without commitments from the militants.

Page Generated in 1/2975 sec