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Afghan government, Taliban announce breakthrough deal to pursue peace talks
"This agreement demonstrates that the negotiating parties can agree on tough issues"
Afghan and Taliban forces continue to clash across Afghanistan as peace talks start
"With the start of intra-Afghan talks we were expecting the Taliban to reduce the number of their attacks."
US plays down new report claiming Taliban-Al Qaeda ties remain close
The U.S. Ambassador played down a U.N. report that the groups remain close despite the Taliban's pledge to cut such links.
Clashes across Afghanistan kill dozens of security force members, militants
Clashes between Afghan forces and Taliban militants killed dozens nationwide over the past 24 hours, authorities said on Wednesday, even as the United States tries to broker peace talks between the warring sides
Taliban break off talks with Afghan government on prisoner exchange
The Taliban on Tuesday broke off talks with the Afghan government on a prisoner exchange, a main step in peace talks being brokered by the United States after it agreed on a troop withdrawal pact with the militants
Taliban prisoner exchange to begin amid COVID-19 pandemic
Afghanistan will release some Taliban prisoners this week as part of confidence building measure crucial for the success of the peace deal signed between America and the Taliban to end nearly two decades of war
A Skype call may have saved the Taliban-Afghan government peace process
The Taliban and the Afghan government held a "virtual" meeting on prisoner releases on Sunday, officials said, offering some hope of a breakthrough.
Peace deal calls for all US troops to leave Afghanistan in 14 months – if the Taliban cooperate
The US will immediately draw down to 8,600 troops in Afghanistan. Further reductions will be based on what steps the Taliban takes.
The New York Times just turned the floor over to a terrorist and Taliban leader
The New York Times failed to inform its readers that Sirajuddin Haqqani is a wanted terrorist with a $5 million reward for information leading to his arrest.
The Trump administration wants to reimburse the Taliban for their travel expenses to attend peace talks
The Trump administration asked Congress earlier this year for funds to reimburse Afghanistan's Taliban for expenses the insurgent group incurs attending peace talks, according to a spokesman for the chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense