Terrorists failed to attack Indian mission in Kabul, killed 11 in Gurudwara

Since the Haqqani network terrorists were not able to attack the Indian mission, they attacked the Gurudwara instead.

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Suicide bombers attack Sikh Gurudwara in Kabul; 11 killed

Gunmen stormed a religious gathering of Afghanistan's minority Sikhs in their place of worship in the heart of the Afghan capital's old city on Wednesday, killing at least eleven people,

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Afghanistan government to release 5,000 Taliban prisoners if violence eases

1,500 of them will be released first — in batches of 100 per day. The initial release is expected to start this Saturday.

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Afghanistan: Abdullah Abdullah threatens parallel inauguration after the disputed election

The dispute between Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah threatens to hamper the peace deal between the US and Taliban.

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'We had a good conversation': Donald Trump confirms speaking to Taliban leader

According to USA Today, the Taliban disclosed Trump's phone call with its leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban's chief negotiator and one of its founding members, before the White House…

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Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani rejects Taliban demand to free 5,000 prisoners

The accord said the United States and the Taliban were committed to working expeditiously to release combat and political prisoners as a confidence-building measure, with the coordination and…

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US-Taliban peace talks: Controversy weakens Afghan govt's stand; Qatar invites Pakistan to attend deal signing

In a statement, the US State Department asked Afghan authorities to address concerns over rigging.

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Afghanistan government to rebuild Temples and Gurudwaras

The provinces of Nangarhar, Paktia and Ghazni also have temples which are centuries old. Minorities have left this country because of religious persecution.

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Afghanistan violence rises amid US-Taliban talks: Watchdog

The nation's capital and other urban areas have enjoyed a rare stretch of more than two months without the sorts of a large-scale bomb attack that frequently rock the city and cause mass…

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Afghanistan hopes the US-Iran tensions won't impact Chabahar project

Located at southeastern Iran, on the Gulf of Oman, Chabahar is the home for Iran's only oceanic port. 

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Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has no ceasefire plans: Taliban

The US and the Afghan government in Kabul have long called for a ceasefire with the Taliban, including during the year of negotiations between Washington and the militants that were abruptly…

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Afghanistan: Round two of presidential poll possible amid complaints

IEC said the total turnout was over 1.8 million with Ghani securing 50.64 per cent to win the first round of voting

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Taliban should accept US proposal for ceasefire: Afghanistan government

This statement of the Afghan government comes after US President Donald Trump advocated a peace "owned by the Afghan government" during his Thursday visit at Bagram airfield.

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Afghanistan: Nearly 31 Islamic State terrorists surrender to security forces

The government has maintained its stance that the increase in the number of surrenders is due to ramped-up military operations by the forces. 
 

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No phones, scripted tweets: How Trump's Afghanistan trip was kept under wraps

On Thursday, Trump dropped in unannounced on troops at Afghanistan's Bagram military airbase in his first trip to the country and only his second to a war zone during his presidency.

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