Taliban Visits Moscow Days After Trump Says Talks 'Dead'
It was the Taliban's first international visit following the collapse of talks with Washington.
Taliban Say Latest Talks End on Withdrawal of US from Afghanistan
The eighth round of talks in the Gulf Arab nation of Qatar concluded after midnight.
Taliban Say Differences Resolved on US Troop Withdrawal
The U.S. and the Taliban have resolved differences in talks over the withdrawal of American troops a Taliban official said.
All-Afghan Conference Brings Country Closer to Peace
Washington's Peace Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has said he is hoping for a final agreement by Sept. 1.
US, Taliban Scramble to Finalize Draft on Troop Withdrawal
Taliban and U.S. negotiators are scrambling to finalize a draft agreement ahead of an all-Afghan peace conference Sunday.
All-Afghan Peace Summit Set for July, But On Taliban Terms
An announcement by President Trump seemed to accelerate the expected time frame for U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Powerful Bomb Blast Rocks Afghan Capital, Scores Wounded
The explosion occurred as the streets in the capital were packed with morning commuters.
Islamic State Expands Reach in Afghanistan, Threatening West
Nearly two decades after the U.S.-led invasion, the extremist group is seen as an even greater threat than the Taliban.
Longest US-Taliban Peace Talks See 'Progress' in Qatar
The two weeks of talks produced two draft agreements between the militants and the U.S. government on a "withdrawal timeline.
What's at Stake as India-Pakistan Tensions Rise?
Nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan face their worst tension in years over the disputed region of Kashmir.
Senior Taliban Leaders in Qatar for Talks with US Envoy
Leading the Taliban delegation in Doha was Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, a co-founder of the movement.
Taliban to Take Part in 'Intra-Afghan' Talks in Moscow
The two-day meeting in the Russian capital is seen as another step in a process aimed at resolving Afghanistan's 17-year war.
Taliban Say They Are Not Looking to Rule Afghanistan Alone
The statement came amid intensified U.S.-led efforts to resolve the long-running Afghanistan war.
US Peace Envoy in Pakistan Seeking End to 17-year Afghan War
U.S. peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has accelerated efforts to end the war since his appointment last September.
A Blow to Morale: Afghan Generals Worry About US Withdrawal
Afghan generals worry about their military's ability to face a Taliban insurgency unfettered by U.S. troops and air power.
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