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Pakistan opposes preconditions for Afghan peace talks

  Pakistan opposes preconditions for peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban. A key meeting of Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and US resumed on Monday to revive stalled Afghan peace process and find a roadmap to end the ongoing violence in Afghanistan. “It is important that no preconditions are …

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National interests should be considered in peace talks: Sayyef

Top member of Harasat and Sabat council of Afghanistan Abdul Rab Rasould Sayyef has insisted that officials from Afghanistan side should significantly consider the National interests, respecting the values of Afghanistan’s constitution, and halting of war for ever which discussing Afghanistan’s peace and stability in quartet peace talks process in …

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WJ urges gov’t to submit main outlines of Peace Talks

A number of Wolesi Jirga (WJ) members called on government to prepare and transparently sent the main outlines of Peace Talks process and security strategy to Parliament. They evaluated the quartet meeting of Afghanistan peace positive and considered it in interest of the country. A key gathering opened on Monday …

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Afghan peace talks resume in Islamabad

Afghan four-way peace talks opened in Islamabad today to revive Afghan peace process. Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and the United States representatives will discuss a road map for peace talks. Sartaj Aziz, who is Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s foreign adviser, addressing the opening session on Monday said a roadmap for …

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DI Poll: 2 out of 3 Afghans don’t trust in NUG

  Based on the survey launched by the Democracy International (DI) from three Afghans two of them don’t trust the current Government and its system, saying in the survey 4020 young Afghans were questioned from different parts of Afghanistan. The report also indicates that more than half of the voters …

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HRC expresses concerns on violence in Afghanistan

Officials in Human Rights Committee HRC have expressed deep concerns over human rights condition in Afghanistan, saying based on the estimation received by the upper house of the parliament in 2015 2597 cases of violence has been registered, and the report also indicated that 183 of the cases were raped …

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MPs summon security officials on increase of insecurity

    Members of the lower house of the parliament have summoned top security officials to provide more details on increasing of insecurity in Northern provinces of Afghanistan on Saturday. Minister of interior Affairs Noorulhaq ulomi said,” Terrorists have come from neighboring country and trying to change the Northern provinces …

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Ghani extends term of appointed members of Senate House

President Ghani has extended the term of the appointed members of the Afghan Senate House, the Presidential palace announced on Saturday. A statement released by the Presidential Palace read that the decision was taken after the President met with members of the Afghan Senate House on Friday evening. As per …

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Top Taliban commander shot dead in Balochestan

A senior Afghan Taliban commander has been gunned down in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, insurgent leaders said on Friday. local media reports in Pakistan say the senior Taliban leader, Mawlawi Mohammad Alam was shot dead by gunmen close to Quetta. Mawlawi Alam was a senior leader of the Taliban group and …

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Election to be held with new commissioners: CEO

Afghanistan Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Abdullah Abdullah says that the upcoming elections will be held with presence of new members of the electoral commissions. Despite President’s decree rejected by National Assembly, but now CEO in a press conference said that reforms of electoral system was and is an essential need. …

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