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Afghanistan International officials signaled new urgency on Wednesday for the United States and Afghanistan to reach agreement on a long-term security deal, but officials suggested that there had been little movement on either side of the deadlock.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is due to arrive in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday for talks with President Hamid Karzai. High on the agenda will be efforts to revive Afghanistan's peace process before Nato troops withdraw next year...It
A president has to be a resolute officer of his administration...When everybody gets his number, the new reality makes everybody miserable. That goes double when other presidents, prime ministers and despots get it. Barack Obama , resolute enough
The U.S. has come and will not go, brother...That unguarded moment in front of a friendly audience speaks volumes about the impasse between Mr. Karzai and his American allies. In the face of a warning delivered in person on Monday by the national
Efforts by the United State and Afghanistan to finalize a long-term security arrangement appeared on the brink of collapse Monday, as Afghan President Hamid Karzai made a new set of demands, and the Obama administration said it would be forced to
The Afghan president has refused to back down on his decision not to sign a key security deal in a meeting with the US national security adviser. The pact allows thousands of US troops to remain in Afghanistan after 2014. US envoy Susan Rice told
A meeting of Afghan elders is expected to back a security pact letting thousands of US troops remain after combat operations end in 2014. Sources said more than 75% favour a deal being signed this year, contrary to what President Hamid Karzai wants.
Secretary of State John Kerry alerted Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Friday that his sudden alarm to adjournment a abiding aegis acceding is unacceptable strengthening U.S affirmation that Afghanistan approve the accord or misfortune
U-S officials say progress has been made over a long-delayed deal on the future of U-S forces in Afghanistan. The news came after U-S Secretary of State John Kerry held talks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul on Friday. Karzai said this
US President Barack Obama has sent a letter to Afghanistan's leader Hamid Karzai vowing to respect his nation's sovereignty, as Afghan elders debate a crucial post-2014 security pact...Mr Karzai urged the 2,000 elders to back the deal, which could