Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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Washington and the Taliban aims at resuming peace talks

Washington and the Afghan Taliban have started the negotiations aimed at resuming peace talks that collapsed last month, the Wall Street Journal reported. US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad met with the Taliban earlier this month in Pakistan and discussed a possible...

US envoy to Afghanistan: We have made excellent progress in recent talks with Taliban

US special envoy to the peace process in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, announced that he made excellent progress during his recent talks with the Taliban over the past few days. Khalilzad said on Tuesday that his talks with the Taliban focused...

Afghanistan: Death toll reaches to 49 in explosions in 24 hours

In Afghanistan, explosions and skirmishes have killed at least 49 people in Afghanistan. At least seven people died in an attack on a bus with Mining Ministry officials in the eastern city of Kabul on Thursday. Another 21 were...

Afghan media: Taliban agreed to a political plan

Taliban have agreed to a political plan of action to end the nearly 18-year conflict in Afghanistan. As reported by the Afghan television station "Tolo News" on Tuesday, the Taliban delegates from the capital Kabul approved a similar agreement...

Khalilzad: Seventh round of US-Taliban negotiations among most progressive ever produced

The seventh round of peace talks between the United States and Afghanistan currently being held in Qatar is among the most progressive ever produced, US special representative Zalmay Khalilzad said yesterday. The Taliban clan held a meeting with US representatives...
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