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14 Afghan forces killed in an attack by the Taliban militant group

At least 14 Afghan forces have been killed in an attack by the Taliban militant group on a border post…

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Afghan government released 900 Taliban prisoners

The Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has previously said that following the three days of Eid ceasefire by the Taliban, the…

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Taliban does not recognize High Peace Council: spox

The Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, says the militant group does not recognize the Afghanistan High Peace Council (HPC) and will…

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Taliban attacks kill, wound 1417 civilians since late February

A US-Taliban peace agreement has not put an end to the militant group’s attacks across Afghanistan. According to a report…

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Taliban Kill 3 Soldiers in Attack on Checkpoints in Eastern Afghanistan

3 Afghan soldiers were killed and five others injured overnight in a gunfight with Taliban militants in the eastern Afghan…

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Taliban Kill 5 Police Officers, Capture 7 in Afghan Kunduz Province

Five police officers and servicemen were killed in the Imam Saheb district of the Afghan northeastern Kunduz province in an…

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US officials meet with Taliban leaders in Qatar

Top US officials met with leaders of the Afghan Taliban in Qatar’s capital Doha and discussed implementation of the peace…

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Afghan Government Releases 361 Taliban Prisoners: National Security Council

The Afghan government has released 361 members of the Taliban movement, National Security Council Spokesperson Javid Faisal said on Monday.…

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Afghanistan frees 100 more militants after Taliban leave talks with govt.

The Afghan government says it will release another 100 Taliban inmates after the militant group accused Kabul of foot-dragging and…

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Afghan Taliban says deal with US nearing breaking point

The Taliban militant group in Afghanistan says a peace deal recently signed with the United States is nearing a breaking…

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