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Islamabad
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peace talks

Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan urge Taliban to commit to Afghan peace talks
World

Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan urge Taliban to commit to Afghan peace talks

  • The foreign ministers of Turkey, Pakistan and Afghanistan called on the Afghan Taliban on Friday to reaffirm its commitment to achieving a negotiated settlement for lasting peace in Afghanistan.
  • In a joint statement issued after talks in Istanbul, the three ministers underlined “the urgent need for an immediate ceasefire” to end the violence and “provide a conducive atmosphere” for peace talks.
Published 24 Apr, 2021 10:10am
Modi extends Pakistan Day message to PM Imran, extending a desire for 'cordial relations'
World

Modi extends Pakistan Day message to PM Imran, extending a desire for 'cordial relations'

  • In a message comemorating Pakistan Day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told his counterpart Prime Minister Imran Khan that his country desires mutually cordial relations.
  • Prime Minister Modi stated in his letter that "As a neighbouring country, India desires cordial relations with the people of Pakistan", adding that "For this, an environment of trust, devoid of terror and hostility, is imperative."
Published 23 Mar, 2021 10:38pm
American troops in Afghanistan formally down to 2500
World

American troops in Afghanistan formally down to 2500

  • The United States military has met its goal of reducing the number of troops in Afghanistan to about 2500, as ordered by President Trump in November.
  • President-elect Biden has advocated retaining a small counter-terrorism force in Afghanistan, in an effort to ensure that extremist groups like Al-Qaeda are unable to launch attacks on the United States.
Updated 15 Jan, 2021 04:05pm
Afghan radio journalist shot dead in Ghor
World

Afghan radio journalist shot dead in Ghor

  • Besmullah Adel Aimaq, editor-in-chief of Voice of Ghor radio, was shot and killed on his way to Firoz Koh city.
  • He was the fifth media worker to be killed in two months in Afghanistan.
Published 01 Jan, 2021 08:08pm
Israeli envoys fly to Morocco, aim to fortify U.S.-brokered ties
World

Israeli envoys fly to Morocco, aim to fortify U.S.-brokered ties

  • On Tuesday, Israel sent envoys to Morocco to meet its king and work on an upgrade of diplomatic ties, which were forged by the White House.
  • Ben-Shabbat and Kushner will see Morocco’s King Mohammed during a two-day trip, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Updated 22 Dec, 2020 07:34pm
Afghan peace negotiations suspended till January 5
World

Afghan peace negotiations suspended till January 5

  • The Afghan government and the Taliban's negotiation teams have announced in Doha that they will be taking a 20-day break in talks to "consult on the agenda items".
  • The talks are expected to resume on the 5th of January 2021.
Updated 14 Dec, 2020 07:18pm
Afghan government and Taliban agree Islamic law to guide peace talks
World

Afghan government and Taliban agree Islamic law to guide peace talks

  • On Thursday, negotiations from the Afghan government and the Taliban have agreed to have the teachings of Islamic Law to guide their peace talks, and provide a platform for a post-war Afghanistan.
  • This breakthrough comes after talks between the concerned parties hit an impasse, which subsequently led to a rapid escalation in violence and internal strife.
Updated 11 Dec, 2020 05:26pm