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Taliban refuse to talk to Kabul team in blow to US deal
The Taliban refused to begin talks with the Afghan government’s new negotiating team on Saturday, in a setback to the so-called US-brokered peace process for one of the world’s longest-running conflicts.
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.
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.
Taliban raid Afghan army bases nationwide shortly after signing deal with US
The Taliban have carried out over a dozen attacks on Afghan military bases shortly after they signed a so-called peace deal with the United States.
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.
Iran calls for inter-Afghan peace deal
Afghan government questions aspects of US-Taliban deal
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.
Pompeo: US prepares to sign troop withdrawal deal with Taliban on February 29
The United States and the Afghan Taliban militant group have agreed to sign a peace deal at the end of February aimed at ending America's longest war.
Taliban says unless its leadership shifts policy, Afghan govt., foreign forces will be targeted
Taliban will not stop attacking Afghan government targets and foreign forces unless its ‘leadership’ gives instructions otherwise, a militant commander in Helmand says, amid uncertainties over a potential deal with the United States to curb violence.
Taliban, Afghan forces clash despite talk of breakthrough in peace deal
Afghan government forces and Taliban terrorists waged war against each other in the past 24 hours despite US officials saying there had been a breakthrough in recent days in talks to end the 18-year-old conflict.
Pompeo to Taliban: Demonstrate capacity to reduce violence
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has demanded “demonstrable evidence” from the Taliban that they have the capacity to reduce violence before signing a deal to end America's longest war, even though official military figures show that in the last quarter of 2019 the US dropped a record number of bombs in the country since 2013.
Taliban say have brought down US military plane in Afghanistan
The Taliban said they had shot down a US military plane in the central Afghan province of Ghazni on Monday, killing all personnel on board.
Afghan forces kill more than 50 Taliban militants in multiple operations
Afghan government forces have killed more than 50 militants in multiple operations against the Taliban in different provinces of the war-wracked country.
Taliban aim to pen deal with US by Jan. 31: Report
The Taliban are geared up to reach a withdrawal agreement with the United States by the end of January and are prepared to "scale down" military operations ahead of signing the deal, according to their chief spokesman.

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