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Afghanistan gunmen kill 25 at Sikh complex, IS claims responsibilityGunmen and suicide bombers raided a Sikh religious complex in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday, killing 25 people ...
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US begins withdrawing troops from AfghanistanThe US has started withdrawing troops from Afghanistan as part of a deal with the Taliban aimed at bringing peace ...
US, Russia not to accept ‘Islamic emirate’ in AfghanistanWASHINGTON, Mar 9: The United States and Russia have agreed to work together to ensure that the international community does ...
Afghanistan seals T20 series win against IrelandGREATER NOIDA, MARCH 8: Teenage spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman took three wickets to help Afghanistan beat Ireland by 21 runs ...
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Afghanistan attack kills 27 The death toll in an attack on a ceremony in Kabul rose to 27, a ministry of health spokesman said ...
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ICC judges authorise Afghanistan war crimes inquirySenior judges at the international criminal court have authorised an investigation into alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in ...
A new dawn for Afghanistan After more than 18 years of war in Afghanistan, the United States and the Taliban reached an agreement in what ...
With the US and the Taliban on the verge of a deal, the start of intra-Afghan talks is more likely now than ever before.
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In Afghanistan, peace is finally in sightLast Friday, a week-long "reduction in violence" took effect across Afghanistan as a result of extensive negotiations between the United ...
Deal could see foreign forces leave Afghanistan in 14 months
US, Taliban sign peace agreement aimed at ending Afghanistan warKABUL/DOHA, Feb 29: The United States signed a historic deal with Taliban insurgents on Saturday that could pave the way ...
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American troops to leave Afghanistan in 14 monthsMore than 18 years since US President George W. Bush ordered bombing in response to the Septmeber 11, 2001, attacks, ...
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Nato chief visits Afghanistan as US, Taliban to sign dealNato chief Jens Stoltenberg was in Afghanistan on Saturday for meetings with officials as the United States and the Taliban ...
Truce begins in Afghanistan amid isolated attacksKABUL, Feb 22: A week-long, partial truce appeared to be largely holding across Afghanistan on Saturday, with jubilant civilians celebrating ...
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