Washington: The US Statedepartment on Sunday said talks between the American delegation and Taliban in Doha was 'candid and professional'.
Doha: US officials on Saturday met members of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban government in Qatar for the first time ever since the foreign forces left the nation in August.
Qatar's Deputy Foreign Minister Lolwah Rashid al-Khater has said the international community should not be in a hurry to recognize the Taliban government of Afghanistan.
New York: Against the backdrop of what he called “a critical time” in Afghanistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan said on Friday that if the situation there is neglecte ...
Afraid that the absence of security forces in Afghanistan might give an open ground to anti-Beijing elements to regroup in the region, China urged a top American diplomat in late August t ...
Beijing: China on Wednesday called on the United States to unfreeze assets belonging to Afghanistan, and thanked the Taliban-controlled government for guaranteeing the security of Chinese ...
Kabul: The Taliban regime in Afghanistan has slammed the United States for severing financial assistance after the armed-group seized power in the country last month.
Washington: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the Taliban insurgents, who are currently controlling Afghanistan, should uphold the basic rights of the Afghan people, including wom ...
Kabul: A former female Afghanistan minister has said the Taliban cabinet, which was announced recently by the group, failed to represent both gender and ethnic diversity of Afghanistan.
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