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US to leave more troops than first planned in Afghanistan
Tuesday, 11.25.2014, 01:19pm

KABUL - The United States is preparing to increase the number of troops it keeps in Afghanistan in 2015 to fill a gap left in the NATO mission by other contributing nations, according to three sources with direct knowledge of the situation.

 

Ajmal Pasarly and the social values
Tuesday, 11.25.2014, 01:14pm

By Farooq Sarwar

If we observe the world literature, we will find many families in different languages, who have the great participation to glorify its literature. Luckily in Pashto speaking people....
Haqqani network behind Afghan volleyball bombing
Monday, 11.24.2014, 01:23pm

Afghanistan’s intelligence agency on Monday blamed the Haqqani network, a hard-line militant group aligned with the Taliban, for the suicide blast at a volleyball game that killed 57 people.

“We have evidence that shows the Haqqani network was behind the attack in Paktika,” Haseeb Sediqi, spokesman for the National Directorate of Security, said.

Russia and reconciliation in Afghanistan
Monday, 11.17.2014, 02:38pm
Russia has scuttled a Chinese proposal to create a peace and reconciliation committee in Afghanistan that would commit regional countries to helping newly elected Afghan President ....
Turkish ambassador appointed top NATO civilian official in Afghanistan
Monday, 11.17.2014, 02:24pm
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has appointed Turkish diplomat İsmail Aramaz as the new NATO senior civilian representative in Afghanistan, Turkish and NATO authorities announced on Monday.
Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey project discussed in Ashgabat
Monday, 11.17.2014, 01:34pm
The draft agreement on Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey transport and transit corridor was discussed during a five-sided meeting in Ashgabat, a message from the government of Turkmenistan said on Nov.17.
Kabul, Islamabad pursue gas pipeline connections
Monday, 11.17.2014, 01:01pm
Islamabad thanks the leadership in Kabul for putting renewed emphasis behind a multilateral gas pipeline from Turkmenistan, the Pakistani prime minister said.
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