|Pakistan Seeks Improved Ties With New Afghan Leader
Tuesday, 09.30.2014, 08:22am
Pakistan hopes to reverse a recent sharp deterioration in its relations with Kabul, Foreign Minister
said after Afghanistan's new president,
was sworn in on Monday.
|Afghanistan's new president calls for peace talks with Taliban|
Monday, 09.29.2014, 09:22pm
Afghanistan's new president has used his first day in office to call
on the Taliban to rejoin peace talks, as the militant insurgency gains
strength. During the ceremony to swear in Ashraf Ghani, a bomb exploded in the capital Kabul, killing seven people.
|Narendra Modi cautions US against hasty troop withdrawal from Afghanistan|
Monday, 09.29.2014, 08:20pm
| |Hours ahead of his dinner with President Barack Obama, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today cautioned the US against hasty withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan, citing the mistakes it has committed while pulling out....
|UN's Ban Ki-moon Congratulates Afghanistan’s New President, CEO on Inauguration|
Monday, 09.29.2014, 08:18pm
UNITED NATIONS, September 29 (RIA Novosti) - After the belated inauguration of a new president in Afghanistan, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon issued a statement, congratulating Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and the country’s new Chief Executive Officer Dr. Abdullah Abdullah.
|US Hopes to Deepen Partnership With Afghanistan Under New Afghani Government|
Monday, 09.29.2014, 08:15pm
US Secretary of State John Kerry congratulated the newly-elected
Afghani President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and Chief Executive Officer
Abdullah Abdullah on their inauguration and hoped to deepen the US
partnership with "unified and democratic Afghanistan," the statement,
published on the US Department of State website Monday said.
|Afghan 'First Lady' Edges Towards a Public Life|
Monday, 09.29.2014, 05:48pm
strictly patriarchal society, women are generally hidden from public
view, but Rula Ghani could be the exception after her husband paid her a
heartfelt tribute at his presidential inauguration on Monday.
|163 10 40 U.S. to keep 10,000 troops in Afghanistan|
Monday, 09.29.2014, 05:47pm
A top aide to President Obama said Monday that the United States and
Afghanistan will sign an agreement Tuesday allowing some 10,000 U.S.
troops to stay in Afghanistan after combat operations end at the close
of this year.
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