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Taliban Blame Kabul for Cancellation of Qatar Meeting

Taliban Blame Kabul for Cancelation of Qatar Meeting

KABUL – Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid blamed the Afghan government for cancellation of Qatar meeting in a statement released Friday, saying that “Kabul Administration” is seeking to sabotage any peace process. “Both the hosts of the conference and Qatar made it clear and even stipulated this point in the invitation …

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Afghan Delegation and Taliban Talks in Doha ‘Canceled’

Afghan Delegation and Taliban Talks in Doha ‘Canceled’

KABUL – The much-anticipated talks between Afghan politicians, civil society members and other representatives of Afghanistan’s society with the Taliban on issues around the peace process scheduled for April 20-21 was “canceled” due to a “disagreement” by Qatari government on the 250-member list proposed by the Afghan side as Presidential …

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Feature: Afghan Delegation and Doha Summit

Taliban Blame Kabul for Cancelation of Qatar Meeting

A list of the 250 people was introduced by the Afghan government who were scheduled to attend the Doha Summit to talk to the Taliban, which was also the reason that talks were canceled at the last moment. Taliban ridiculed the number of negotiators and Qatari sponsorship for the talks …

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Qatar Summit is not an Invitation to a Wedding Party: Taliban

Qatar Summit is not an Invitation to a Wedding Party: Taliban

KABUL – The Taliban group has mocked the Afghan government over the list of 250 delegates for Qatar talks, saying ‘the creators of the list must realize that this is an orderly and prearranged conference in a far-away Gulf country and not an invitation to some wedding or other party …

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18 Dead in Taliban, Daesh Infighting in Nangarhar

18 Dead in Taliban Daesh Infighting in Nangarhar

JALALABAD – The Afghan National Army (ANA) in the East has confirmed that the death toll from infighting among Taliban and Daesh militants in Nangarhar province has climbed to 18 on Tuesday. The 201st Silab Corps said at least 12 Taliban and 6 Daesh militants were killed during the infighting …

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250-Member Delegation Named for Peace Talks

Afghanistan Names 250-Member Delegation for Peace Talks

KABUL – Afghan government on Tuesday named a 250-member delegation for peace talks with the Taliban in Qatar this week. The delegation includes representatives of political parties, political figures, Jihadi leaders, martyrs’ families, High Peace Council, religious clerics, parliament, civil society, women, youths, journalists, government officials and tribal elders. President …

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Two Villages in Sancharak District Collapse to Taliban

Two Villages in Sancharak District Collapse to Taliban

Sar-e-Pul – Two villages in Sancharak district of Sar-e-Pul province collapsed to Taliban on Saturday night, a local official confirmed in a statement. The District Governor for Sancharak, Naqibullah Daqiq, told Sahar News sources that the Taliban insurgents attacked the Khwaja Sorkh and Archto villages on Saturday night. Daqiq confirmed …

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Taliban Storm Kunduz City in a Massive Attack

Taliban storm Kunduz City in a massive attack

KUNDUZ – Security officials in Kunduz province say that Taliban have massively attacked outposts of Kunduz City. Inamuddin Rahmani, a spokesperson for Kunduz police, told reporters on Saturday that government’s armed oppositions carried out attacks on outposts of the city center from several points which were repulsed by the security …

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Taliban Attack Security Outpost in Ghazni

Taliban Attack Security Outpost in Ghazni

GHAZNI – Taliban militants attacked a security outpost in the provincial capital of Ghazni province, killing at least four Afghan soldiers, a local official said on Friday. Ghulam Sakhi Zabuli, a provincial council member, told Ariana News that the Taliban stormed Lashmak security outpost at Bakawol area of Ghazni city …

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Taliban Announce Spring Offensive Amid Afghan Peace Efforts

Taliabn announce spring offensive

KABUL – Taliban in Afghanistan have announced the start of their spring offensive despite ongoing peace efforts. The declaration is largely symbolic, as their deadly attacks have continued through the winter. Taliban on Friday announced the opening of their annual spring offensive, saying they would continue fighting as long as …

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