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Pakistan, US agree to resume Afghan peace process

 Officials in Pakistan – United States have agreed to re-begin Afghanistan’s peace process again. According to Pakistani Newspaper Dawn which quoted Pakistani officials written that fresh agreement in between Pakistan- USA has been made on Afghanistan’s peace talk’s process since the Pakistan chief of Army Raheel Sharif visited USA. Once …

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Norway warns to deport Afghan asylum seekers

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs warns of increased Afghan migrants to this country saying most of these asylum seekers will be deported. A Norwegian official has said flee of Afghan youths is the biggest strike to the future of Afghanistan and almost 90 percent of Afghan refugee’s cases in …

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Peace in Afghanistan-Region is a Must: Sartaj Aziz

 Officials in Afghanistan presidential palace have stated that if Pakistan recognizes Afghanistan’s enemies then it’s time for Pakistan to take practical steps towards Afghanistan’s stability. President Deputy Spokesman Sayed Zafar Hashimi mentioned that Islamabad should prevent those terrorist groups causing insecurity in Afghanistan. However Pakistan’s National security advisor Sartaj Aziz …

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Turkish Election Ended with Victory of Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party, the AKP won an absolute majority in parliament in Sunday’s general election, ending a five-month political stalemate and defying the opinion polls. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has won more than 49 percent of the vote to secure 315 seats in the 550-member parliament with nearly …

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Kidnapped German aid worker in Kabul released

A German aid worker kidnapped in Afghanistan in August has been released safely, the German development agency GIZ said in a statement. “We are relieved and happy that our staff member is free again,” a statement from the organization said. No details were released regarding the kidnapping, which occurred in …

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Explosions hit Turkey capital, kill at least 95

Two explosions killed at least 95 people and injured nearly 300 of others in the centre of the Turkish capital Ankara on Saturday. The explosions occurred near a train station where people were gathering for a peace march to protest against the conflict between the state and Kurdish fighters in …

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UN condemns Taliban attack on Kunduz

The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon has condemned the attack on Kunduz city in a statement released on Tuesday. A statement released by the spokesman for the UN Secretary-General, read: “The Secretary-General condemns the attack, claimed by the Taliban, on the city of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan today. Such attacks …

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