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Imran Khan soon in Kabul for peace push

AT News Report KABUL: Pakistan Premier Imran Khan is anticipated to visit Afghanistan in an effort to push the ongoing peace process, a Pakistani newspaper reported on Monday. Khan’s close aides told The Nation that he had promised to play a ‘more positive’ role in the Afghan peace process during …

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Taliban not tired of war: Ex-CIA official

AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: The ongoing negotiations between the US and the Taliban are a “charade” designed simply to provide the US a “face-saving way out of Afghanistan,” former CIA deputy director Michael Morell said as quoted by Axios. He also said that the Taliban are not tired of war. …

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Historical Matters Concerning Xinjiang

The State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China July 2019 Contents Preamble                                                                                                             1     I.  Xinjiang Has Long Been an Inseparable Part of Chinese Territory      3    II.  Xinjiang Has Never Been “East Turkistan”                                            8 III.  The Ethnic Groups in Xinjiang Are Part of the Chinese Nation          …

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