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A conditions-based reduction in violence is a win for Afghanistan: Miller

A conditions-based reduction in violence is a win for Afghanistan: Miller

3 Hour Ariana News Ariana News

The NATO forces commander in Afghanistan, General Scott Miller said that the Afghan and foreign forces uphold commitments to US-Taliban “reduction in violence” agreement. Miller at a press briefing with Afghan top security officials Acting Defense Minister Assadullah Khalid and Acting Interior Minister Massoud Andarabi at NATO’s headquarters in Kabul said that today was the …

House owner killed by a tenant in Kabul city

House owner killed by a tenant in Kabul city

3 Hour The Khaama Press News Agency The Khaama Press News Agency

A house owner was killed by a tenant in Kabul city, an official said on Saturday. Marwa Amini, deputy spokesperson for the Ministry of Interior Affairs told Khaama Press that two individuals have been arrested in a murder allegation in Kabul city. The case is under police investigation, Marwa Amini said, but she did not […] The post House owner killed by a tenant in Kabul city appeared first on The Khaama Press News Agency.

Politicians come together to discuss election crisis, peace

4 Hour Afghanistan Times Afghanistan Times

AT News KABUL: Powerful political leaders gathered Saturday to discuss what they called “electoral crisis and peace process”. The meeting was held at the residence of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, leader of Hezb-e-Islami in which Hamid Karzai, Karim Khalili, Abdullah Abdullah, Mohammad Mohaqqeq, Salahoddin Rabbani, Anwarul Haq Ahadi and Batur Dostum attended and emphasized that some practical …

Health officials worry as Iran Coronavirus infections surge

4 Hour Afghanistan Times Afghanistan Times

AT News KABUL: Officials at the ministry of public health say they were worried to learn that the Coronavirus had broken out in the neighboring Iran where millions of Afghans live as migrants. Iranian officials have confirmed that scores of people were suffering the Coronavirus with four of patients losing their lives in the past …

Editorial: Where we are heading?

5 Hour Afghanistan Times Afghanistan Times

The aggravating post-election crisis in the wake of opposition to election results has left Afghans jaw-dropped and worried. The election conundrum is symbolic of the fact that Afghanistan is gradually being stripped off all the features characterizing a sovereign state as we are witnessing a bedlam across the country at the hands of Afghan leaders …

18-year ‘violence or jihad’?

5 Hour Afghanistan Times Afghanistan Times

By Ihasan The US and Taliban have reached an agreement on a short-time reduction in violence, instead of a ceasefire. The practical shape of violence reduction has been determined during seven days. Although the reduction in violence for the Afghan people, who have gone through sever trauma and tragedy, is considered a great achievement, the …

Leaders ‘Sanguine’ As Partial Truce Begins

5 Hour Afghanistan Times Afghanistan Times

Taliban rebels, US-led forces, Afghan troops have begun a period of weeklong reduced violence, embarking on a new chapter of marathon peace talks outside Afghanistan AT News KABUL: A day after a seven-day ‘reduction in violence’ between the US and the Taliban began, Afghan leaders reacted keenly on Saturday, expressing hope over prospects of peace …

Taliban lift telecom ban as era of reduced violence unfolds

5 Hour Afghanistan Times Afghanistan Times

AT News KABUL: Telecom services have been fully resumed across Afghanistan after the Taliban said they had lifted telecom restrictions in the wake of the start of a weeklong period of reduction in violence by the Taliban, U.S. and Afghan forces. The militants have also pledged no attacks would ever happen. The rebel group lifted …

Miller pins hope on an extension of reduced violence

5 Hour Afghanistan Times Afghanistan Times

AT News KABUL: A day after a historic period of reduced violence began in Afghanistan, NATO commander Gen. Scott Miller on Saturday hoped the reduction of violence period, which began last night, would be extended. Gen. Miller voiced this hope during a meeting with acting defence and interior ministers at the NATO headquarters in Kabul. He …