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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.
UN Security Council denounces Taliban’s spring offensive
The United Nations Security Council has denounced the Taliban’s launch of a spring offensive in Afghanistan, urging all parties to instead “seize the opportunity” to reach a political settlement.
Taliban announce spring offensive in Afghanistan amid peace talks with US
The Taliban militant group has announced the beginning of its spring offensive in Afghanistan despite involvement in peace talks with the United States.
Taliban announce spring offensive amid Afghan peace push
Ministry: Offensive is ‘mere propaganda’
The Taliban on Friday announced their annual spring offensive, which comes as the US and Afghan politicians try to negotiate a peace settlement with the militants.
12 Afghan security personnel killed in Taliban attack in Badghis province
Twelve Afghan security personnel have been killed in clashes with the Taliban in the northwestern province of Badghis.
Over 30 Afghan civilians, officers killed in multiple Taliban attacks
At least 30 people, including civilians and police forces, have been killed in separate attacks by Taliban militants across Afghanistan, officials say.
Report: Abu Dhabi crown prince 'proposed killing Taliban leaders'
Mohammed bin Zayed, Abu Dhabi's crown prince, proposed to set up an assassination programme targeting top Taliban leaders during a meeting with the top US diplomat earlier this year, the Middle East Eye (MEE) news website has reported.
Taliban captures 50 border police as fighting intensifies in western Afghanistan
At least 50 members of the Afghan security forces have surrendered to the Taliban in a fight for control of Afghanistan’s western province of Badghis that has created heavy casualties, officials said.
Taliban leader 'optimistic' about dialogue With US after marathon talks in Doha
The Taliban political chief says he is optimistic about progress made during the most recent round of peace talks between the United States and the group’s negotiators in the Qatari capital of Doha.
Taliban attack US-Afghan base in Helmand, killing 6 Afghan soldiers
A heavy fighting has erupted between Afghan soldiers and militants after the Taliban stormed an Afghan army base in the country’s southern province of Helmand, killing at least six soldiers.
Taliban hopeful on deal amid new talks with US
The Taliban and the US peace envoy are close to reaching an agreement on American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, a spokesman for the militant group said Tuesday amid a new round of talks with the United States.
Afghan political leaders, tribal elders to hold Loya Jirga on Taliban talks
In Afghanistan, political leaders and tribal elders will hold a large gathering known as Loya Jirga in March on negotiations with the Taliban.
US envoy meets top Taliban leader as new talks begin
US Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad met with the Taliban's top political leader in Doha Monday, in what is believed to be the highest level engagement between the US and the Taliban since the months-long peace push began.
‘US, Taliban to hold peace talks in Pakistan’
The Afghan Taliban militant group says it is to meet with American representatives in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad next week for a new round of direct negotiations, which have so far excluded the Afghan government itself.
Taliban says no agreement with US on troop withdrawal deadline
The Taliban says no timeframe has been agreed for the pullout of American troops from Afghanistan despite Washington’s earlier promise to draw down half of its forces from the war-torn country.

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