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Editorial: Doha Intra Afghan dialogues

Amidst growing confusion, reservations and opposition, the first ever round of intra Afghan dialogues is commencing at Doha, capital of Qatar from Friday. Taliban issued a list of 25 persons whereas the Afghan government has issued a long list of 250 persons for attending the conference and discussing ways and …

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Women’s role crucial in peace talks

AT News Report KABUL:  Chinese envoy in Afghanistan attended a seminar at the President Palace titled “The Role of Afghan Women in the Peace Process, where Frist Lady of Afghanistan Rula Ghani delivered speech, stressing over women’s role in the peace talks. Among the 70-odd attendees were Afghan female high …

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US exerting efforts to end Afghan war

AT News Report KABUL: The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said this week that United States is trying to end the longest war in United States history in Afghanistan, the US Department of State said in a statement,  Addressing a ceremony at Texas A&M University, Pompeo said that the …

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Key Taliban commander arrested in Farah

AT News Reports KABUL: A key Taliban commander has been detained by the Afghan security forces in western Farah province, security officials said Wednesday. Ministry of Defense in a statement said Mullah Azizullah, famous as Zekria, was arrested in a preemptive operation by the Afghan National Police based on intelligence …

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Taliban releases five relief workers in Uruzgan

 AT News Report KABUL: In the wake of ongoing peace talks, the Taliban have freed five workers of the Citizen Charter Program in southern Uruzgan province, an official said Wednesday. Governor spokesman Adam Khan Jilani told Pajhwok Afghan News the workers were abducted by the Taliban as a result of …

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Saleh says won’t attend peace talks

AT News Report KABUL: Former spy head and First Vice President to Ashraf Ghani’s electoral team, Amrullah Saleh on Wednesday rejected participation in planned meeting of Doha talks on 20 April aimed at discussing peace talks with the Taliban group. “I remain grateful to president Ashraf Ghani for adding me …

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NATO backs Afghan-owned peace process

AT News Report KABUL: NATO Senior Civilian Representative Sir Nicholas Kay on Wednesday returned from his trip to southern Kandahar province, where he held talks with high-ranking officials including provincial police chief, provincial government representatives, religious and tribal leaders, women, and civil society to hear about what peace looks like …

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