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Iran, Afghanistan sign joint border agreement
Iranian and Afghan officials signed an agreement on border cooperation after the end of a five-hour meeting on Saturday.
US formally begins withdrawing from its longest war
The United States formally began withdrawing its last troops from Afghanistan on Saturday, bringing its longest war nearer to an end but also heralding an uncertain future for a country in the tightening grip of an emboldened Taliban.
Violence in Afghanistan kills at least 14 civilians in three provinces
At least 14 people were killed in attacks across three Afghan provinces from Friday to Saturday as violent conflict continues in the country despite continuing peace efforts.
Iran ‘ready to do utmost’ for intra-Afghan peace talks
Iran said on Monday security and stability in Afghanistan has a high priority for Iran and that Tehran supports intra-Afghan dialogue for peace in the war-torn country.
US says NATO forces to leave together from Afghanistan
A coalition of NATO-led troops in Afghanistan will leave the war-ravaged country in coordination with a planned US withdrawal by Sept. 11, Washington's top diplomat said on Wednesday.
Afghan president to propose peace road map in three phases: Report
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani will put forward a three-phase peace roadmap for Afghanistan during a proposed meeting in Turkey, seeking an agreement with the Taliban and a cease-fire before elections, a document seen by Reuters shows.
‘Heart of Asia’ urges need for ceasefire in Afghanistan
The ninth ministerial meeting of the Heart of Asia - Istanbul Process wrapped up on Wednesday with the participants stressing the need for a comprehensive ceasefire in Afghanistan.
Iran: Any peace deal should guarantee Afghans’ right of fate determination
Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that any peace agreement for Afghanistan should guarantee the Afghan people’s right to determine their own fate, urging the United Nations to facilitate the Afghan-Afghan talks.
Car bomb kills eight, wounds 47 in western Afghanistan
A powerful car bomb in western Afghanistan killed at least eight people and wounded dozens more, authorities said Saturday, as the United Nations condemned attacks on civilians in the country.
Wind farm to be opened on Iran-Afghanistan border
The head of Iran’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization (SATBA) announced the inauguration of a wind farm project on the border of Iran and Afghanistan in the near future.
Violence against civilians surges in Afghanistan after peace talks: UN
Civilian casualties in Afghanistan escalated sharply after peace talks began last year, the United Nations said in a report released on Tuesday, calling for a cease-fire as negotiators met for the first time after weeks of inaction.
Iran condemns deadly blasts in Afghanistan
Iran's Foreign Ministry condemned blasts that hit the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday, killing a police chief and his bodyguard.

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