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Washington (Sputnik/UNI) The United States will continue to reduce the number of its troops in Afghanistan but leave strong intelligence in the country in order to monitor the situation there, US President Donald Trump told the Fox News broadcaster. more
Taliban leader accuses Kabul of attempting to sabotage Intra-Afghan dialogue

Kabul (Sputnik/UNI): The leader of the Taliban movement, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada, has accused Kabul, which the group believes to be manipulated by the United States, of attempting t ...

Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani offers office to Taliban in Kabul or Kandahar

Kabul: In a major development in the political scenario of Afghanistan, country's president Ashraf Ghani on Sunday expressed his readiness to offer the Taliban insurgents ‘a pol ...

Pakistan calls talks between Taliban, US a "major diplomatic victory"

Islamabad: The Pakistan government on Sunday termed the recent negotiations held between US officials and Taliban as a "major diplomatic victory".

Iran's Foreign Minister trolls Donald Trump, takes a swipe at US' allies in the Middle East

Tehran: Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has come down hard on US' allies in the Middle East for allegedly supporting several terrorist groups in the region.

Pakistan needs to do lot more against Taliban, other terrorist outfits: US

Washington: The US on Tuesday said Pakistan is heading towards the right direction but 'a lot more needs to be done' by the Asian nation to wipe out terrorism from the region.

Ghani extends amnesty for Taliban, says ready to open a new chapter with Pakistan

Kabul: Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani announced on Wednesday that Taliban will be amnestied if the militants give up weapons and return to civilian life, while officially opening the ...

Ghani refuses to take Abbasi's call

Kabul: Following Taliban attacks on its soil, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has declined to take a phone call from Pakistan's Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, reported local Tolo ...

Following Kabul attack, NDS chief lambasts Pakistan

Kabul: Following the deadly Kabul attack, which accounted for 103 deaths, the Afghanistan National Directorate of Security (NDS) chief Masoom Stanekzai lambasted Pakistan for trying to sa ...

PODCAST: Preventing the young terrorist of on Wednesday – former Taliban supporter says UN has key voice in global debate

New York, Aug 24 (Just Earth News): When he was 19, Mubin Shaikh, believed that “you could change the world overnight, and you could do it through violence.”