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Pakistan releases nine Taliban for peace process in Afghanistan From Masoud Popalzai and Shaan Khan , CNN updated 1:50 AM EST, Mon November 19, 2012 Many of the freed prisoners were old-guard Taliban, ranking members from generations past. (File
Hina Rabbani Khar who is the current Foreign Minister of Pakistan told the national Assembly that UN is not here on a fact founding mission nor it is a UN commission but is is a working group who is here to survey on
Their entire lives have been surrounded by war, death, corruption, and struggle...For three years the Afghan Peace Volunteers have worked to develop friendships across ethnic lines in Kabul and various provinces throughout Afghanistan. The work has
President Hamid Karzai, praising assassinated peace envoy Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani's contribution to the cause, on Wednesday urged the nation to work for lasting stability in the country. "We should all strive for peace to continue the mission of
The recent developments in Afghanistan are akin to what happened following the Soviet Union's withdrawal from that hapless, landlocked country. The seven factions struggling for power are repeating themselves. A civil war ended their rule, led to the
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President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has appointed Salahuddin Rabbani as the chief negotiator and head of High Peace Council in order to initiate a meaningful dialogue with Taliban and other insurgents linked to different militant outfits.
Kabul by a suicide bomber posing as a peace emissary from the Taliban.
Afghanistan's government on Saturday appointed Salahuddin Rabbani, the son of slain Peace Council chief Burhanuddin Rabbani, to replace his father and lead the country's High Peace Council charged with reaching out to Taliban. Former President
Pakistan will contribute towards the Afghan peace process but only on the basis of mutual respect and trust and in an environment free from 'recrimination' and 'blame-games.' Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said this while speaking to the