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US blames Taliban for plotting Afghan assassinations
The United States has directly accused the Taliban of being behind a recent wave of high-profile assassinations in Afghanistan, urging the militant group to stop the violence “for peace to succeed.”
Scores of Taliban militants killed in Kandahar clashes with Afghan forces
Scores of Taliban militants have been killed in clashes with Afghan government forces in the militants' southern stronghold of Kandahar.
Afghan gov’t, Taliban announce breakthrough deal in peace talks
Peace negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government in Qatar are ready to advance to the next stage, both sides said Wednesday after agreeing on rules for the talks.
Taliban call on Biden to stick to US troop withdrawal deal
Afghanistan’s militant group Taliban on Tuesday called on the incoming administration of US President-elect Joe Biden to stick to the February agreement to withdraw US troops.
US airstrike targets Taliban militants despite deal, kills five
A US airstrike killed five Taliban militants in central Afghanistan on Sunday evening, a spokesman for US forces in Afghanistan said.
US exploiting Afghan peace talks for election purposes: Rouhani
Khaf-Herat railway to ‘boost Iran-Afghanistan trade’
At least 70 Taliban militants killed in southern Afghanistan: Officials
Several members of the government security forces and at least 70 Taliban militants were killed during the ongoing clashes in Lashkar Gah city, southern Afghanistan, authorities said on Monday.
Historic Afghan peace talks open after decades of war
Iran says foreign troops’ pullout ‘prerequisite’ for peace
Afghan VP wounded in deadly Kabul blast
Iran: Attack carried out by ‘enemies of peace’
Afghan president names council for peace deal with Taliban
Afghanistan’s president has appointed a council for national reconciliation, which will have final say on whether the government will sign a peace deal with the Taliban after what are expected to be protracted and uncertain negotiations with the militants.
Pakistan sanctions Taliban to avoid global finance blacklist
Pakistan issued sweeping financial sanctions against Afghanistan’s Taliban, just as the militant group is in the midst of US-led peace process in the neighboring country.
Iran dismisses US claims of arms supply to Taliban
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh categorically dismissed “baseless” claims by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that Iran is sending weapons to Taliban militant group, saying what is happening now in Afghanistan is the outcome of the US warmongerings in the Asian country.
Start of Afghan talks uncertain as prisoner release stalls
Afghan authorities and the Taliban have hit an impasse over the planned release of hundreds of terrorists after opposition from some foreign governments, officials said Monday, apparently stalling peace talks.
Afghan peace talks expected in days as prisoner release approved
Afghan peace talks are expected to begin within days after authorities announced Monday they would soon start releasing hundreds of Taliban prisoners accused of brutal attacks including on foreigners.
Nearly 20 arrested for waving Taliban flag in Tehran
Iranian police said Tuesday they arrested 19 people after the flag of Afghanistan's Taliban militant group was waved at a gathering in a Tehran park.

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