Daily Archives: March 4, 2020

Pakistani FM says no need for US to mediate between Kabul, Islamabad

(The Kabul Times): Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said any reservations Afghanistan has with Pakistan should be resolved bilaterally rather than involving the United States. The foreign minister’s remarks were in reference to part of a joint US-Afghan declaration on peace efforts signed on Saturday by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, US Defense Secretary Mark

Annexes of agreement kept secret from Arg

(The Kabul Times): The peace agreement which was signed on Saturday between the US and Taliban in Qatar, contains hidden annexes in which knowhow of implementation of both sides agreements have been explained. Although the Afghan government has requested details of the agreement from the US, but the annexes of the agreement have so far

Trump’s Afghanistan peace deal must avoid Obama’s Iraq mistakes

(Washington Examiner): Many will welcome the United States-Taliban peace deal signed last weekend in Qatar. They see a war that has lasted nearly 19 years, taken the lives of nearly 3,600, wounded tens of thousands more, and cost trillions of dollars. They see a Taliban force that remains strong, with significant territorial control and financial

Taliban Kills “At Least 16 Afghan Army Soldiers” in Kunduz

(TOLO NEWS): Another ten soldiers were taken hostage by the Taliban, said the source. Also, Fatima Aziz, a PM from Kunduz, said "16 were killed Baghe Shirkat."  Violence has increased around the country as Taliban leadership told its troops on Monday to resume attacks on the Afghan government, following a peace deal between the United

Negotiating team with Taliban to be soon announced, President Ghani

(The Kabul Times): Following signing peace deal between US and Taliban in Doha, Afghanistan government says it is ready to for the intra-Afghan dialogue to decide on maintaining peace and stability in the country. In his latest remark in connection with the negotiating team, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said he is committed to maintaining

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