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Taliban Rebuffs Afghan President Ghani’s Offer of Peace Talks

Taliban Rebuffs Afghan President Ghani’s Offer of Peace Talks

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani offered the Taliban political legitimacy and peace talks on Wednesday, but the Taliban indicated it prefers to keep fighting until the government is overthrown, American
An Explosion in Afghanistan’s Capital Has Killed a Young Girl and Wounded Six Others

An Explosion in Afghanistan’s Capital Has Killed a Young Girl and Wounded Six Others

Residents in the area said the explosion was a suicide attack
Car bomb targeting foreign forces in Kabul kills young girl

Car bomb targeting foreign forces in Kabul kills young girl

A large explosion in the eastern part of the Afghan capital on Friday morning killed at least one person, a young girl, and wounded six people, an Afghan official said.
Why is the world at war?

Why is the world at war?

Syria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Yemen, Afghanistan, Ukraine – the globe is scarred by violenceWe live in a world of trouble. Conflicts today may be much less lethal than those that scarred
Once-Feared Afghan Warlord Is Still Causing Trouble, but Talking Peace

Once-Feared Afghan Warlord Is Still Causing Trouble, but Talking Peace

Hezb-i-Islami supporters waited in May to enter Ghazi Stadium in Kabul, where Gulbuddin Hekmatyar would address the crowd a day after returning to the country.
Once-Feared Afghan Warlord Is Still Causing Trouble, but Talking Peace

Once-Feared Afghan Warlord Is Still Causing Trouble, but Talking Peace

Hezb-i-Islami supporters waited in May to enter Ghazi Stadium in Kabul, where Gulbuddin Hekmatyar would address the crowd a day after returning to the country.
Sticks, no carrots leave Trump's Afghan Taliban policy at impasse

Sticks, no carrots leave Trump's Afghan Taliban policy at impasse

Despite U.S. support, the Afghan government's surprising new peace offer to the Taliban is running into a wall. The insurgents insist talks for a conflict-ending compromise should take place with
He Turned on Al Qaeda and Aided the U.S. Now He’s on Food Stamps and Needs a Job.

He Turned on Al Qaeda and Aided the U.S. Now He’s on Food Stamps and Needs a Job.

Bryant Neal Vinas, a Muslim from New York convicted of participating in and supporting Qaeda plots in Afghanistan and the United States, was deemed one of the government’s most important cooperators.
He Turned on Al Qaeda and Aided the U.S. Now He’s on Food Stamps and Needs a Job.

He Turned on Al Qaeda and Aided the U.S. Now He’s on Food Stamps and Needs a Job.

Bryant Neal Vinas, a Muslim from New York convicted of participating in and supporting Qaeda plots in Afghanistan and the United States, was deemed one of the government’s most important cooperators.
The Danger Underfoot

The Danger Underfoot

Noorzia Amarkhel, 12, being carried by her father, Rahmatullah, in her temporary home in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.
International Women’s Day 2018: Beyond #MeToo, With Pride, Protests and Pressure

International Women’s Day 2018: Beyond #MeToo, With Pride, Protests and Pressure

The Libération daily newspaper in France gave women a special discount for Thursday’s edition.
International Women’s Day 2018: Beyond #MeToo, With Pride, Protests and Pressure

International Women’s Day 2018: Beyond #MeToo, With Pride, Protests and Pressure

The Libération daily newspaper in France gave women a special discount for Thursday’s edition.
‘Lost in Translation’: Pentagon Publishes Inaccurate Data on Afghanistan War Effort

‘Lost in Translation’: Pentagon Publishes Inaccurate Data on Afghanistan War Effort

The Pentagon published inaccurate data used to underscore the success of counterterrorism operations against the Taliban and other jihadist groups in Afghanistan, prompting concern about the level of
Top State Official: Taliban Jihadists Have ‘Legitimate Grievances’

Top State Official: Taliban Jihadists Have ‘Legitimate Grievances’

WASHINGTON, DC — The United States is willing to address the “legitimate grievances” of the Afghan Taliban terrorists during peace negotiations, a top U.S. State Department of State (DOS) official
Op-Ed Contributor: An Unprecedented Peace Offer to the Taliban

Op-Ed Contributor: An Unprecedented Peace Offer to the Taliban

President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan, right, and the country’s first lady, Rula Ghani, left, pray during the Kabul Process conference at the Afghan presidential palace on Feb. 28.
U.S. Braces for Return of Terrorist Safe Havens to Afghanistan

U.S. Braces for Return of Terrorist Safe Havens to Afghanistan

The compound of the Save the Children charity in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, after it was attacked by the Islamic State in January. Afghan officials believe there are now about 3,000 ISIS fighters in the
U.S. Braces for Return of Terrorist Safe Havens to Afghanistan

U.S. Braces for Return of Terrorist Safe Havens to Afghanistan

The compound of the Save the Children charity in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, after it was attacked by the Islamic State in January. Afghan officials believe there are now about 3,000 ISIS fighters in the
U.S. Braces for Return of Terrorist Safe Havens to Afghanistan

U.S. Braces for Return of Terrorist Safe Havens to Afghanistan

The compound of the Save the Children charity in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, after it was attacked by the Islamic State in January. Afghan officials believe there are now an estimated 3,000 ISIS fighters
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Says Victory in Afghanistan Will Now Be ‘Political’ Instead of Military

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Says Victory in Afghanistan Will Now Be ‘Political’ Instead of Military

The U.S. Defense Secretary says victory would now lie in facilitating a Taliban reconciliation with the Afghan government
‘Life and possibility beyond the violence’: How a mobile library is inspiring Afghanistan’s youth

‘Life and possibility beyond the violence’: How a mobile library is inspiring Afghanistan’s youth

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN — Freshta Karim was born into an Afghanistan of upheaval and turmoil. Within a month of her 1992 birth, the nation’s final communist government would give way to one led by former