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Monthly Archives: February 2018

UN welcomes Afghan govt’s proposal for peace talks with Taliban

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The United Nations mission in Afghanistan on Wednesday welcomed the Government’s renewed call for unconditional peace talks with the Taliban and expressed strong support for its vision for peace. The Government presented the proposal at an international conference aimed at creating a platform for peace talks. “The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) welcomes the…

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Turkmen section of trans-Afghanistan TAPI completed

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The leaders of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan celebrated with the foreign minister of India the completion of the Turkmen section of the trans-Afghanistan pipeline which will transport natural gas from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. “From 2015, we have done a lot of work in order to reach the current phase of the project,” explained Muhammetmyrat…

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‘Pashtun Spring’ pits human rights demands against War on Terror politics

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Courtesy:  After years of tension and exclusion, it seems Pakistan’s Pashtuns – the country’s second-largest ethnic group – have had enough. In January, a large crowd began protesting after 27-year-old shopkeeper Naqibullah Mehsud was shot dead by a police officer in Karachi. The protesters marched from Khyber Patunkhwa province to Islamabad, where they staged a sit-in protest in front…

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