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Nearly 50 Afghans killed in Taliban attacks over last week

A statement released by Afghanistan’s Defense Ministry says that the Taliban militants have carried out several attacks and bombings across…

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Asia

US special envoy for Afghanistan Meets New Taliban Chief Negotiator

US special envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad has reportedly held a meeting with the Taliban militant group’s new chief negotiator…

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Asia

Iranian diplomat meets Taliban’s representative in Doha

The special envoy of Iran’s foreign minister for Afghanistan, Mohammad Ebrahim Taherianfard met with the head of the Taliban’s political…

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Asia

Afghan government, Taliban hold first peace talks in Doha

Afghanistan’s government and Taliban have agreed to hold their first high-level meeting in a long-awaited peace process in Qatar. Both…

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Asia

Attack on a mosque in Afghanistan, 8 worshippers killed and 12 injured

Unidentified gunmen have launched an attack on a mosque in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Parwan, killing at least eight worshipers…

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Asia

Taliban team arrives in Afghan capital to begin prisoner exchange process

A Taliban delegation is in Afghanistan’s capital to start a prisoner exchange process with the government meant to pave the…

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Asia

Afghan govt. to send delegation to Qatari capital ahead of US-Taliban deal

An Afghan government delegation is going to Qatar to make “initial contacts” with the Taliban days before the signing of…

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Saudi Arab

Talks between Saudi and Qatar to resolve ongoing PG dispute break down: Sources

Diplomatic sources say negotiations between Saudi Arabia and Qatar to resolve a bitter bilateral conflict and end a Persian Gulf…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi King Salman called on GCC countries to “confront” Iran

In a highly hostile rant, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has called on Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)…

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Saudi Arab

Amnesty expressing fear that prominent Saudi cleric will be sentenced to death

The trial of Saudi dissident cleric Sheikh Salman al-Awda is to resume Sunday after an almost six-month postponement, Amnesty International…

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