US Opens First Round of Resurrected Peace Talks with Taliban
They're the first official talks with Afghanistan's Taliban since President Donald Trump declared a peace deal with the insur...
US's Afghan Peace Envoy Makes Surprise Stop in Kabul
Khalilzad met with several Afghan leaders, including President Ashraf Ghani, who repeated his call for a cease-fire.
Report Says CIA-Trained Afghan Forces Behind War Atrocities
Human Rights Watch's new report documents what it says are mounting atrocities by U.S.-backed Afghan special forces.
Taliban Say New Intra-Afghan Peace Talks to Be Held in China
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UN Says US Strikes Cause Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan
The U.S. military promptly disputed the U.N. findings, finding fault with the report's verification methods.
Taliban Meet US Peace Envoy for First Time Since 'Dead' Deal
U.S. officials however have been keen to say there is no resumption of peace talks, at least not now in Islamabad.
With Vote Over, Afghanistan Faces Possible Political Chaos
It was the fourth time Afghans have gone to the polls to elect a president since 2001.
Taliban Visits Moscow Days After Trump Says Talks 'Dead'
It was the Taliban's first international visit following the collapse of talks with Washington.
Taliban Say Latest Talks End on Withdrawal of US from Afghanistan
The eighth round of talks in the Gulf Arab nation of Qatar concluded after midnight.
Taliban Say Differences Resolved on US Troop Withdrawal
The U.S. and the Taliban have resolved differences in talks over the withdrawal of American troops a Taliban official said.
All-Afghan Conference Brings Country Closer to Peace
Washington's Peace Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has said he is hoping for a final agreement by Sept. 1.
US, Taliban Scramble to Finalize Draft on Troop Withdrawal
Taliban and U.S. negotiators are scrambling to finalize a draft agreement ahead of an all-Afghan peace conference Sunday.
All-Afghan Peace Summit Set for July, But On Taliban Terms
An announcement by President Trump seemed to accelerate the expected time frame for U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Powerful Bomb Blast Rocks Afghan Capital, Scores Wounded
The explosion occurred as the streets in the capital were packed with morning commuters.
Islamic State Expands Reach in Afghanistan, Threatening West
Nearly two decades after the U.S.-led invasion, the extremist group is seen as an even greater threat than the Taliban.
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