|Iran Plays a Waiting Game in Afghanistan
Monday, 07.21.2014, 07:38pm
It has been a worrisome few weeks for Iran. The negotiations with world powers over its nuclear program are seeing significant differences,
there is chaos in Iraq to Iran’s west, and more recently, the political
transition in its eastern neighbor, Afghanistan, hit a serious bump
with allegations of fraud threatening to derail the process.
|ISI has been effective in fighting terror, says China’s new Afghan envoyISI has been effective in fighting terror, says China’s new Afghan envoy|
Monday, 07.21.2014, 07:35pm
China’s newly appointed special envoy for
Afghanistan Sun Yuxi on Monday strongly backed the role played by
Pakistan in fighting terrorism amid concern from some Afghan and Indian
officials about the destabilising role played by Pakistan-linked terror
groups in the country.
|Pakistan to set up dry ports for trade with India and Afghanistan|
Friday, 07.18.2014, 08:04am
The government of Pakistan has decided to establish dry ports at the points of Torkham, Chaman at Pak-Afghan border and Wagha at eastern boder with India at a cost of Rs20.196 billion to facilitate trade with neighbouring countries.
|UN mission welcomes start of audit of Afghan presidential run-off election|
Thursday, 07.17.2014, 09:01pm
17 July 2014 – The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has welcomed the start today of the audit of the results of last month’s presidential run-off election.
|Outgoing Afghan war commander raises questions about counterterrorism plan|
Thursday, 07.17.2014, 08:57pm
The U.S. military’s outgoing top commander in Afghanistan highlighted improvements in the coalition-trained Afghan military on Thursday, but said the Obama administration’s plan to withdraw nearly all U.S. troops by the end of 2016 will weaken the United States’ ability to perform counterterrorism missions there.
|Afghanistan’s Ghani says he seeks to restore faith through intensive vote audit|
Friday, 07.11.2014, 10:04am
Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani said on Friday he was committed to an “intensive and extensive” audit of votes to restore faith and resolve an election standoff with his rival, Abdullah Abdullah.
|Ghani wins Afghan election on preliminary results|
Monday, 07.07.2014, 03:10pm
Former World Bank economist Ashraf Ghani won Afghanistan's
presidential election, according to preliminary results released on Monday,
with 56.4 per cent of the run-off vote to Abdullah Abdullah's 43.5 per cent.
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