Daily Archives: November 14, 2020

Mastermind Behind Kabul University Attack Arrested: Saleh

(TOLO News): First Vice President Amrullah Saleh on Saturday said the Afghan forces have arrested the mastermind behind the deadly attack on Kabul University that left at least 22 people dead, most of whom were students of the university. Saleh said in a Facebook post that the suspect, Adil, is a resident of Panjshir province

120 Taliban Killed, 18 Wounded across Afghanistan: MoD

(KHAAMA Press): Afghanistan – At least 10 Taliban were killed and further five wounded during a battle with Afghan security forces in Saheb district of Kunduz province, said the Ministry of Defense in a statement Friday. During the operation, Afghan National and Defense Security Forces (ANDSF) wrecked a huge amount of arms and ammunition that

Taliban Warned of Losing Opportunity for Peaceful Settlement

(TOLO News): surge in casualties among Afghan civilians and security forces after the start of Doha peace talks on  September 12 and warned the Taliban that Afghans will not enter into dialogue with them in future if they do not show flexibility in the talks for a the political settlement of the ongoing conflict. Juma Khan Hamdard,

Al-Qaeda Threatens Afghan Peace Process: UN Official

(TOLO News): Al-Qaeda is posing serious threats to the Afghan peace process and that the Taliban and al-Qaeda affiliates in Afghanistan are still bounded in close alignment and ties, a senior UN official said. Edmund Fitton-Brown, the coordinator of the United Nations monitoring team for Daesh, al-Qaeda, and the Taliban, in an interview with TOLOnews, said

Khalilzad discusses Afghan peace process with Turkish officials

(ATN News): U.S. Special Envoy for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad visited Ankara from November 11-13, U.S. embassy in Turkey said in a statement. According to the embassy statement during the meetings with Turkey senior officials including Presidency Special Advisor İbrahim Kalın, Khalilzad shared the latest update on the current state of Doha negotiations and

We did not recognize the US-Taliban deal: Saleh

(ATN News): First Vice President, Amrullah Saleh, said that the Afghan government did not recognize the US-Taliban deal signed late in February in Doha. Addressing the Herat Security Dialogue virtually, Saleh said “We did not recognize the Doha deal. We did not welcome the deal. We did not approve the deal. We just said that

No progress in Doha talks: Abdullah

(ATN News): Abdullah Abdullah, Head of the High Council for National Reconciliation said Friday that no progress has been made in the Doha intra-Afghan talks. Addressing the Herat Security Dialogue, Abdullah stated that so far, no decision has been made to return the government’s negotiating delegation from Doha. He noted that the Taliban’s calculation about

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