Map. History of Afghanistan conflict

20 September 2018

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Pakistan striving to hold peace talks with Afghanistan: Sartaj Aziz1 Rok Pred
Pakistan striving to hold peace talks with Afghanistan: Sartaj Aziz
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SecDef Carter: We stand with the people of Afghanistan who have put themselves at risk and sacrificed so much
Carter at a press conference with Ghani says he reaffirms strong, strategic partnership and common vision for secure Afghanistan SecDef1 Rok Pred
Carter at a press conference with Ghani says he reaffirms strong, strategic partnership and common vision for secure Afghanistan SecDef
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Ghani commends Afghan troops at a press conference with Ash Carter. He says the U.S decision to keep troops in Afghanistan was historic
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President Ashraf Ghani addresses a press conference with US Defense Secretary Ash Carter in Kabul
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U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter lands in Afghanistan for unannounced visit - AP
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Kabul jolted by second earthquake of the day
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Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 struck the Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan, earlier today
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Unknown armed men gun down religious scholar in Herat province: Herat police HQ confirms
An Afghan woman goes from refugee ot military1 Rok Pred
An Afghan woman goes from refugee ot military
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At @MID_RF briefing, Zakharova responds to US criticism over Russian outreach to Taliban and says Pentagon has shot itself in the foot by scrapping plans to buy Russian helicopters for Afghanistan
Pres. Obama: “The situation in Afghanistan is still tough.”1 Rok Pred
Pres. Obama: “The situation in Afghanistan is still tough.”
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New contingent of 45 soldiers from Bosnia Armed Forces left today for Afghanistan
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Stoltenberg: "NATO's presence in Afghanistan demonstrates our longterm commitment to the fight against terrorism."
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Stoltenberg says he is confident that the new U.S administration will continue to support Afghanistan
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Stoltenberg says the will continue supporting Afghan forces as violence continues in Afghanistan
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Stoltenberg says he commends the Afghan forces for their courage in fight against insurgents
NATO SG @jensstoltenberg we will reaffirm our commitment to supporting Afghans to secure their own country1 Rok Pred
NATO SG @jensstoltenberg we will "reaffirm our commitment to supporting Afghans to secure their own country"
Taliban may offer ceasefire in Afghanistan to contain Islamic State1 Rok Pred
Taliban may offer ceasefire in Afghanistan to contain Islamic State
28 insurgents killed in Afghan operations1 Rok Pred
28 insurgents killed in Afghan operations
Afghan Pres @ashrafghani slams Pakistan on terror, tells it to end 'undeclared1 Rok Pred
Afghan Pres @ashrafghani slams Pakistan on terror, tells it to end 'undeclared
Footage shows Afghan helicopter in tail-spin before crashing at army base in Badghis last week1 Rok Pred
Footage shows Afghan helicopter in tail-spin before crashing at army base in Badghis last week
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The situation in Afghanistan will have to be addressed on the ground: Vivek Katju
Afghanistan must 'come out of dependency on aid': Pres. Ghani1 Rok Pred
Afghanistan must 'come out of dependency on aid': Pres. Ghani
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Neighbours of Afghan have particular responsibility in this regard. Taliban, LeT, JeM etc are all terror orgs and should be treated as such: Indian FM
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It is also our collective duty to ensure resurgent forces of terrorism and extremism do not find safe havens in any form or manifestation: Indian FM
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Afghanistan has faced gruesome violence for decades which has grown in both intensity and scope: FM Arun Jaitley
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In this regard, India willing to receive Afghan trucks on its territory, at Attari; will be happy to create necessary facilities: FM Jaitley
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Benefits to Afghan will accrue if Afghan trucks could carry Indian products to markets in Afghan,Central Asia and beyond & indeed visa-versa: Indian FM
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PM Modi and Afghan President agreed to operationalise the additional amount of US Dollar One Billion for bilateral cooperation especially in connectivity linkages, including through possible air corridor between 2 nations to overcome prob to promotion of bilateral trade
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