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President Ghani Leaves for Tajikistan

Heading a high-level delegation, President Ashraf Ghani left Kabul for Dushanbe to attend the ninth ministerial conference of the Heart of Asia- Istanbul process

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India to Attend Istanbul Conference on Afghanistan

Afghan Foreign Minister discussed a range of issues, including bilateral relations and strengthening regional and international consensus on Afghan peace talks with his Indian counterpart during his official visit to India

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International Consensus Needed for Taliban’s “Non-Return Through Force”

A Taliban onslaught behind their traditional rural bases, and in the absence of a credible international deterrent, could result in the worst kind of civil war and mass murders

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Making Sense of Indian and Pakistani Involvement in Afghanistan

While India’s alleged anti-Pakistan activities in Afghanistan may be concerning, in Pakistan both the Indian involvement and its associated threats are exaggerated

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Khalilzad Expected in Kabul for Talks on Lasting Ceasefire

US special envoy on Afghan peace process Zalmay Khalilzad is due in Afghanistan, Qatar, and other regional capitals to resume talks on a permanent ceasefire, the US state department said in a statement

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Haneef Atmar in Tashkent to Attend Afghanistan-Uzbekistan-Pakistan Trilateral Summit

Leading a high-level government delegation, Afghan Foreign Minister Haneef Atmar arrived in Tashkent, capital of Uzbekistan.

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Afghanistan-Pakistan FMs Emphasize on Ceasefire

Pakistani Foreign Minister in a telephonic conversation with Afghan Foreign Minister exchanged views on bilateral relations, latest developments of peace process, ceasefire, and reinforcing cooperation in diverse fields.

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Looking forward to Expansion of Afghanistan-Kyrgyzstan Ties: President Ghani

President Ashraf Ghani congratulated Sadyr Japarov, the newly elected President of Kyrgyzstan, and stressed on expansion of bilateral relations.

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India-Iran-Uzbekistan’s Joint Efforts for Central Asian Connectivity

India’s push with the trilateral arrangement for Uzbekistan to use Chabahar port is important in the context of expanding bilateral, trilateral, as well as broader regional cooperation. But more significantly, it is a geopolitical move aimed at countering growing Chinese influence in the region

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Urgent: Powerful Blast heard in Capital Kabul

Kabul started its Sunday morning with a powerful explosion, according to reports.

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