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Afghan peace on the table as Pakistan PM heads to US
Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif departed Saturday for talks in the United States, with the Afghan peace process and the prickly issue of Washington's drone campaign likely to top the agenda.
Ex-finance minister Ghani bullish as Afghan election race begins
He collected a meagre three percent of the vote last time, but Ashraf Ghani is not short of self-confidence, believing he will win elections in April and be a transformative president of Afghanistan.
Karzai says NATO mission caused 'suffering' for no gain
Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Monday condemned the NATO mission in his country for causing "a lot of suffering" without delivering any gains.
Deal needed 'soon' on post-2014 force in Afghanistan: US
A top Pentagon official said Friday it would be a "tragedy" if Afghan and US negotiators failed to clinch a deal allowing US troops to stay in the country after 2014.
CSTO to supply weapons to Tajikistan to protect Afghan border
CSTO countries will transfer their weapons and military vehicles to Tajikistan free of charge for protection of the border with Afghanistan.
Great Britain thanks Kazakhstan for military transit permit
Chairman of Kazakhstan Senate Kairat Mami has met with the Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Kazakhstan Carolyn Browne.
Afghan election race kicks off as nominations open
Candidate nominations opened Monday for Afghanistan's presidential election, with a large field expected to register in the race to succeed Hamid Karzai as the US-led war winds down.
At least four dead in US consulate attack in Afghanistan
At least four Afghans were killed Friday in a Taliban suicide attack on the US consulate in the Afghan city of Herat.
Taliban bomb US consulate in Afghanistan
Heavily armed gunmen in suicide vests detonated a truck bomb outside the US consulate in the Afghan city of Herat, sparking a shootout with American forces early Friday.
US general: 50-100 Afghan soldiers killed every week
About 50 to 100 Afghan soldiers are killed in battle every week but the high casualty rate does not mean the country's forces are at the breaking point, a US general.
Karzai visits Pakistan, looking for Taliban peace
Afghan President Hamid Karzai flew into Islamabad on Monday for key talks with Pakistan's newly elected government, searching for communication with Taliban insurgents to end 12 years of war.
Karzai calls for head-to-head race in Afghan election
Afghan President Hamid Karzai called for next year's crucial election to be a US-style head-to-head contest between two candidates, and named three possible runners in the wide-open race.
Taliban attacks leave 17 civilians dead in Afghanistan
At least 17 civilians have been killed in multiple Taliban attacks in Afghanistan, underscoring increasing insecurity for ordinary people as foreign forces complete their withdrawal next year.
Afghan female stars defy clerics' pressure
Judges on TV talent shows always attract controversy for making or breaking the careers of desperate wannabes -- but for Aryana Sayeed, the job is also a fight for Afghanistan's future.
Ex-NATO chief: 15,000 troops should stay in Afghanistan
The United States and its allies should immediately announce how many troops will stay on in Afghanistan after 2014.
Afghan forces need substantial help after 2014: US
Afghanistan's military is increasingly effective but it will need considerable training and foreign aid beyond the US pullout date of 2014.
Afghan customs fines hike cost of US military pullout
A customs dispute between the Afghan and US governments has disrupted the withdrawal of American military equipment, dramatically inflating the cost of the drawdown.
US considering speeding up Afghan pullout: report
The United States is seriously considering speeding up the withdrawal of its forces from Afghanistan because of frustration with President Hamid Karzai.
Pakistan could soon end Afghan war: Kabul army chief
Pakistan could end the Afghan war "in weeks" if it were serious about peace, and is complicit in US drone strikes despite its denunciations of the anti-militant campaign.
West should have talked to Taliban: British general
The West should have negotiated with the Taliban more than a decade ago, soon after they were toppled.
22 january 2013, 18:46
Israelis vote in elections seen swinging to the right
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