Karzai says Pakistan trying to hamper negotiation process with Taliban - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Karzai says Pakistan trying to hamper negotiation process with Taliban

Bonn : Germany | over 2 years ago  
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai said on Saturday that Pakistan was not in favor of negotiation with Taliban for peace process in Afghanistan. In an interview with a German Magazine,...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
     
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • Karzai flying home, scraps UK visit after bombings

      Channel NewsAsia | over 2 years ago
    Afghan President Hamid Karzai has cancelled a visit to Britain to fly home after at least 59 people were killed in twin attacks on Shiite shrines, an embassy official said Tuesday. "President Karzai will no longer be coming to London. He is flying...
  • Kabul Attacked one day after Bonn Conference

      Asian Tribune | over 2 years ago
    09 — editor Just after one day of the second Bonn Conference, over 58 people have been killed and many injured in three sparsest unprecedented attacks in Afghanistan. In the first blast the suicide bomber carrying backpack full of explosives has...
  • Karzai returns to Afghanistan

      BBC | over 2 years ago
    Afghan President Karzai cancels UK trip over attacks Afghan President Hamid Karzai has cancelled a visit to the UK to return to Afghanistan, after Tuesday's deadly attacks in the capital, Kabul, and in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif. The twin...
  • Shiites die in attack on religious holiday

      The Age | over 2 years ago
    Story continues below Both blasts, about noon yesterday, were attacks on shrines of Shiite Muslims. Pilgrims were observing the holy day of Ashura, which marks the death of the grandson of the prophet Muhammad. Shiites were banned from commemorating...
  • Karzai explores 'Putin option' to retain power

      The Age | over 2 years ago
    Story continues below Beforehand, Mr Karzai publicly said he would retire by the end of 2014 as required by the constitution and live as ''a pensioner and happy citizen''. But his preparations for the conference reportedly included discussions on...
  • Afghan Shrine Bomb Kills at Least 54

      KSAZ | over 2 years ago
    At least 54 people were killed and 150 injured in a bombing attack at a shrine in the Afghan capital as Shiite Muslim worshippers gathered to mark the holy day of Ashura. "Fifty-four are dead, and 150 others are injured," a health ministry spokesman...
  • Pakistan has role in any talks with Taliban-Karzai

      Chicago Tribune | over 2 years ago
    EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, U.S...Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, and Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmay Rassoul joins foreign...
  • U.S. withdrawal raises aid agency concerns

      United Press International | over 2 years ago
    Afghan aid agencies say they are concerned gains achieved in the country could be lost with budget cuts and withdrawal of U.S. civilian aid workers. The agencies fear Afghanistan would be abandoned once the United States completes its withdrawal, The...
  • At Conference, Afghans Say They'll Need Aid for Years

      Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | over 2 years ago
    As dozens of nations and organizations met here on Monday to plan a transition beyond the withdrawal of American and other international forces from Afghanistan in 2014, the Afghan government had a new deadline in mind: 2024. President Hamid Karzai...
  • Afghanistan pledges electoral, anti-corruption reforms

      The Globe & Mail | over 2 years ago
    A gathering of 85 countries extracted promises from Afghanistan's leadership on electoral and anti-corruption reform in exchange for continued support in the coming years. The conference in Bonn, Germany, had been billed as a step toward ending the...
  • China to further support Afghanistan

      China News | over 2 years ago
    China would provide further support in accordance with its own capacity in light of the Afghan needs, said Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on Monday. Noting that the relations between China and Afghanistan had been forging ahead with renewed...
  • Revealed: Karzai's secret plans to cling on to power in Afghanistan

      The independent | over 2 years ago
    Suggested Topics Hamid Karzai, the Afghan president, is secretly planning to stay in power when his second and constitutionally final term ends in three years' time, according to a Western intelligence report seen by The Independent. Mr Karzai, it is...
  • World vows to support Afghanistan after 2014 withdrawal of troops

      The Globe & Mail | over 2 years ago
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle and Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul (front L-R) in Bonn December 5, 2011...PM EST The pledge Monday by 60 foreign ministers, including...
  • Afghan President Pleads For Long-Term Aid

      National Public Radio | over 2 years ago
    December 5, 2011 A decade ago, shortly after the Taliban had been driven out of Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, the international community gathered in Bonn, Germany, to talk about rebuilding Afghanistan...Afghanistan's president, Hamid Karzai, said he...
  • Karzai: Afghanistan will need $10 billion a year, but that’s a bargain

      Christian Science Monitor | over 2 years ago
    Washington Americans and other Westerners experiencing donor fatigue and facing steep budget cuts at home might have groaned upon hearing Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Monday as he unveiled the price tag for keeping his war-torn country stable and...
  • Afghanistan: the lost decade | Editorial

      The Guardian | over 2 years ago
    Editorial There is one set of figures about the war in Afghanistan that puts the problems of trying to end it into their true perspective. The US is spending $120bn more in fighting the war this year than the Afghan exchequer is raising in tax...
  • India joins global community to pledge support to Afghanistan

      Daily News & Analysis | over 2 years ago
    India on Monday joined the rest of the world in pledging a long-term engagement with Afghanistan for its transformation into a peaceful and prosperous country so that international terrorism does not again find a sanctuary there. A communique issued...
  • Germans persuade Taliban to play ball on Afghan peace process

      Rediff | over 2 years ago
    Pakistani soldiers, but Pakistan journalist Hamid Mir was present at the event. This is what he observed: A fghan President Hamid Karzai [ Images ] and the United States may have emerged the biggest losers at the Bonn conference on Afghanistan on...
  • Canada vows help for Afghanistan, but stops short of spending details

      The Globe & Mail | over 2 years ago
    Canada has joined its American and European partners in pledging long-term solidarity with Afghanistan. But Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird can't put a dollar figure on Canada's continued development assistance to the war-torn country beyond 2014.
  • Karzai still ready to work with Pakistan despite boycott

      Chicago Tribune | over 2 years ago
    Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai gives a speech during the conference on Afghanistan at the former German parliament in Bonn, former capital of West Germany, December 5, 2011. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Monday he was still prepared to...
  • VIDEO: Pakistan boycotts Afghan talks

      BBC | over 2 years ago
    Pakistan boycotts global conference on Afghanistan's future 5 December 2011 Last updated at 13:19 ET Afghan President Hamid Karzai has said international support after foreign forces withdraw in 2014 is crucial if Afghanistan is to remain stable. His...
  • Bonn conference pledges Afghan help

      Sydney Morning Herald | over 2 years ago
    Story continues below "The protection of civilians, strengthening the rule of law and the fight against corruption in all its forms remain key priorities." President Hamid Karzai told around 1,000 delegates gathered in the western German city of Bonn...
  • Afghanistan will need foreign aid for a decade

      NY Daily News | over 2 years ago
    Afghan President Hamid Karzai will be happy to see U.S.-led forces go, but America and its allies can keep writing checks to his government for years to come, he said. The military part will be completed by the end of 2014, Karzai told Germany's Der...
  • Afghans vow to tackle corruption

      BBC South Asia | over 2 years ago
    Afghanistan has pledged to step its fight against corruption in return for international support after foreign forces withdraw in 2014. The promise came at the end of a one-day global conference in the German city of Bonn on Afghanistan's future. The...
  • Afghan conference missing key delegates

      United Press International | over 2 years ago
    Representatives from Pakistan and the Taliban were absent Monday at a conference in Bonn, Germany, on the future of Afghanistan, participants said. The two parties didn't send representatives to the conference -- attended by delegates from 90...
  • Afghans make pitch for international aid until 2025

      Sydney Morning Herald | over 2 years ago
    Story continues below Mr Karzai appealed for international economic aid to continue to 2025 and for donors to help pay for its security forces until 2030 to avoid having the progress ''come undone''...He said the country did not want to be a burden...
  • Diplomats Discuss Afghan Transitions, Transformation

      Voice of America | over 2 years ago
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (L) holds private talks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai during an international conference on the future of Afghanistan, in Bonn, Germany, December 5, 2011. One decade ago, diplomats gathered in Bonn,...
  • TIMELINE - Afghanistan, 10 years after war began

      Chicago Tribune | over 2 years ago
    A conference on Afghanistan opened on Monday in the German city of Bonn. United States attacks Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, host to Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda...Afghan groups sign agreement in Bonn on interim government headed by ethnic Pashtun...
  • US, others vow support for Afghanistan post-troops at Bonn conference

      Daily News & Analysis | over 2 years ago
    The United States and other nations on Monday vowed to keep supporting Afghanistan's fragile economy after most foreign forces leave the country, as an international conference got underway in Bonn despite the crippling absence of key regional player...
  • Afghanistan: Karzai appeals for '10 more years' of aid

      AKI | over 2 years ago
    Afghan president Hamid Karzai on Monday attended a Bonn conference held to discuss his country's future and appealed to the international community for ''another ten years of aid'' following the scheduled 2014 withdrawal of foreign troops. "The...
  • Afghan conference beset by boycotts

      Al Jazeera English | over 2 years ago
    German city of Bonn, but the absence of the Taliban and Pakistan from proceedings has dampened hopes of success. "The goal of this conference will be to lay the groundwork for a free, secure and prosperous Afghanistan," Guido Westerwelle, Germany's...
  • Afghan conference begins without key players

      Australian Broadcasting Corporation | over 2 years ago
    Two parties key to the future of Afghanistan are not at a major conference on the country's future which is underway in the German city of Bonn. Pakistan is boycotting the gathering in protest at the deaths of 24 of its troops during an exchange of...
  • Pak decision on Bonn meet regrettable: Ban

      The Hindu | over 2 years ago
    United Nations, December 5, 2011 AP Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, right, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, left, and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle attend a dinner ahead of the Afghanistan conference, in Bonn, on Sunday. U.N. chief...
  • Bonn meet begins today sans Pakistan

      Zee News | over 2 years ago
    Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Saturday rejected US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's request to attend the Bonn Conference. The international players are expecting a long long-term international engagement with Afghanistan. The...
  • Afghans hope for peace - but not at any price

      The Globe & Mail | over 2 years ago
    The smell of fiasco permeated the first hours of a conference in Bonn, Germany, where diplomats scrambled to revive their failing plans for the next decade in Afghanistan. The one-day meeting was touted as a major step toward ending the war,...
  • Afghanistan says it will need outside aid until 2025

      Washington Post | over 2 years ago
    Afghanistan expects to remain dependent on international economic assistance until 2025, according to projections President Hamid Karzai will deliver to global partners at a conference here Monday. Together with ongoing costs to support the Afghan...
  • Ban Meet Afghan President Ahead of International Conference

      Scoop | over 2 years ago
    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday stressed the unity of the international community in supporting Afghanistan for the long term, as he met with President Hamid Karzai in Bonn, Germany, ahead of the conference set to convene there on Monday.
  • Clinton at Afghan talks as aides play down Pakistan boycott

      Channel NewsAsia | over 2 years ago
    Clinton will meet with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and other Afghan officials at a conference in Bonn that is also aimed at ensuring international financial and technical support continues after the troops withdraw in 2014...Clinton has voiced...
  • West's Afghan resolve tested by economy, Pakistan, Iran

      Reuters | over 2 years ago
    Analysis & Opinion Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) is welcomed by German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle at the Cologne/Bonn military airport December 2, 2011. The West wants to use an Afghanistan meeting on Monday to signal enduring support for...
  • U.S. breach with Pakistan shows imbalance between diplomatic, security ...

      Washington Post | over 2 years ago
    Text Size Nonstop crises between the United States and Pakistan this year have fueled tensions within the Obama administration over what kind of relationship the two countries should have and who should be in charge of it. The State Department has...
  • Leading article: Time to commit to the future of Afghanistan

      The independent | over 2 years ago
    After more than 10 years of conflict and tens of thousands of lives lost, the international community has more responsibilities towards Afghanistan than ever. At the second multilateral conference in Bonn today, a decade on from the first, we must...
  • World to pledge billions of dollars in Afghan support

      The independent | over 2 years ago
    Suggested Topics The international community is set formally to declare it will provide financial support for Afghanistan, estimated to amount to billions of dollars, for at least 10 years after Western forces leave, The Independent has learnt.
  • Obama expresses condolences over Pakistan airstrike

      Australian Broadcasting Corporation | over 2 years ago
    The attack on the Afghan border, which saw 24 soldiers killed, brought a furious response from within Pakistan. Afghanistan and has refused to attend a conference on the future of that country that starts in Germany today. In an effort to defuse...
  • Letters: What future for Afghanistan?

      The Guardian | over 2 years ago
    The appalling case of Gulnaz ( Afghan woman jailed for being raped to be freed if she marries her attacker , 2 December) is a stark reminder of how much is at stake over women's human rights in Afghanistan , as it moves ever closer to talks with the...
  • Nato must rectify the errors it has made in Afghanistan | Jonathan Steele

      The Guardian | over 2 years ago
    Hamid Karzai, is met by the German foreign minister, Guido Westerwelle, on his arrival at the Bonn conference. Photograph: Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images Monday's great Afghanistan jamboree in Bonn has been overshadowed by the latest row between...
  • Afghan anti-corruption watchdog threatens to quit

      The Guardian | over 2 years ago
    The government of President Hamid Karzai has been warned it must start prosecuting corrupt senior Afghan officials. Photograph: Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images The head of an internationally backed corruption watchdog in Afghanistan has warned that...
  • Key absences challenge Afghan talks in Bonn

      Al Jazeera | over 2 years ago
    32 The Taliban's boycott of the Bonn conference on Afghanistan, 10 years after they were absent from its precursor, raises grave doubts about what progress can be made towards peace, experts have said. The leaders of the country's brutal, decade-long...
  • Afghan rights situation still 'critical' 10 years on: HRW

      Leader Post Online | over 2 years ago
    The human rights situation remains "critical" in Afghanistan despite the Taliban's ouster 10 years ago, Human Rights Watch said Sunday, accusing Kabul and its Western backers of failing to prioritize rights conditions. The U.S.-based group said the...
  • Afghan peace at stake in Bonn

      BBC | over 2 years ago
    Ten years ago a seminal conference in the German city of Bonn ended the Afghan war and helped broker a post-Taliban government. Writer Ahmed Rashid considers whether a second Bonn conference can secure a long-term peace now that one of the crucial...
  • Let Taliban share power, says key report

      The independent | over 2 years ago
    Suggested Topics The future of Afghanistan depends on the leading powers forgetting about military success or failure and focusing instead on the needs of the Afghan people. So says a briefing paper backed by more than 20 organisations being released...


Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.