Daily Archives: January 7, 2020

Taliban Joined Government in Faryab

(BNA): Five Taliban Associates were joined Government in Faryab province yesterday. Mohammad Hanif Rezaee Shaheen 209 army corps spokesman told BNA, the Taliban led by Wazirgul belonged to Mullah Nazem commander of Taliban in Qaisar district, Faryab, who abandoned the war by realizing the legitimacy of the government and joined government with their hand weapons.

US-Taliban peace talks resume

(ATN News): Sources close to Taliban have stated that the political office of the Taliban is willing to share their decision on how to reduce the level of violence in Afghanistan. The US-Taliban peace talks were aborted due to an attack on Bagram Airbase. However, the talks have been given another chance in Qatar to

NATO declares its stance on Iran tensions, stands with the US

(KHAAMA PRESS): The National Atlantic Treaty Organizations (NATO) declared its stance supporting the United States following the assassination of Qassim Soleimani, a top Iranian military Major-General. Jens Stoltenberg, General Secretary for NATO announced on Monday that all members of the organization stand behind the United States after they were briefed about the US drone strike

Taliban Rebels Killed in Kandahar Air Raid

(BNA): Seven Taliban rebels were killed in an air strike in Kandahar province last night. The Taliban were suppressed in their stronghold in Maiwand District. Atal army corps in south of the country with releasing a statement said, seven Taliban rebels were killed in the strike. A hideout of the rebels with all war equipment

Khalilzad holds informal meeting with Taliban deputy leader in Doha: report

(ONE TV): Khalilzad paused renewed talks with the Taliban last month after the militants launched a suicide attack on a US base outside Kabul killing two civilians. Khalilzad expects a ceasefire from the Taliban. There have been reports that the Taliban leadership has agreed to a temporary ceasefire, but the group rejected the reports saying

Kabul’s Increasing Criminal Activities Not Acceptable: VP Danesh

(BNA): Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh expressed concern over increasing criminal activities in the capital city, in particular in west part of Kabul, asking Police and National Directorate for Security to review their preventive measures and anti-crime programs. During a meeting with deputy of the NDS Ali Ahmad Asgheri and Kabul Police Chief Said

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