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UN Afghan envoy urges Taliban to join peace process (27.03.2013)
The United Nations envoy to Afghanistan is calling on the Taliban to take part in peace talks, as most NATO combat troops mobilize to leave the country by the end of 2014.
Karzai to visit Qatar to explore peace with Taliban (24.03.2013)
Afghanistan's Foreign Ministry says President Hamid Karzai will visit Qatar to discuss the possibility of the establishment of an office for the Taliban in the Gulf state.
The US military and the Afghan government have reached a deal on the pullout of American special operations forces and their Afghan counterparts from a strategic eastern province after complaints that they were involved in human rights abuses.
Afghan government says NATO war 'aimless, unwise' (19.03.2013)
Afghanistan's presidential spokesman on Tuesday described the NATO-led military operation in the war-torn nation as "aimless and unwise", in the latest broadside by Kabul against the international coalition.
Unanimously adopting resolution 2096 (2013), the Council extended through 19 March 2014 the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), and called on the operation to support the achievement of objectives agreed between the long-troubled country and its international...
The U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee has held a hearing on the future of Afghanistan and Pakistan after the planned withdrawal of U.S. combat forces from Afghanistan in 2014. Some lawmakers expressed concern about the impact of U.S. forces leaving, while others said most...
The Afghan Taliban and the United States have been holding talks in the Gulf Arab state of Qatar, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Sunday. The Taliban suspended the talks one year ago, blaming "shaky, erratic and vague" U.S. statements.