The US delegation discussed the importance of combating corruption, among other things, with Afghan leaders.
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Analysts said that the prospect for the Afghan government leaders to deliver on the promises in Geneva is “very weak”.
President Ghani called the US its "key ally" and praised the Trump administration's South Asia policy as a "game changer" for Afghanistan.
President Ghani says the roadmap for peace negotiations is the outcome of several months of consultations with Afghans.
The two-day conference opened Tuesday with top diplomats attending from countries like Germany, Russia and Iran.
India and Pakistan have a long history of bitter relations over Kashmir.
Erdogan agreed on Thursday in talks with US Vice President Mike Pence a five-day pause.
Turkey’s offensive created a new humanitarian crisis in Syria with 200,000 civilians taking flight, according to Red Cross estimates.
Pence had flown to Turkey to call for a halt in Turkey’s cross-border military operation.
She hopes the cafe can help bridge the divide between Afghans and Iranians and fight the xenophobia many Afghans face in Iran.
The executive director of the opera house said that the purpose of the concert was to send a message of peace and harmony to the world
The Zohra Orchestra from Afghanistan performs in Melbourne and Sydney to commemorate 50 years of Afghan-Australian national relations.
The cultural celebration runs for 15 days and will feature fashion, food and a film festival.
Astronauts on the space station, which became operational in 2000, have tallied 221 maintenance spacewalks…
Critics say the device lacks unique features to set it apart from rivals.
NASA and SpaceX had previously aimed to launch the Crew Dragon on an initial test flight.
The patient carried out various mental tasks to train the algorithm to understand his thoughts.
More than 400 art and craft pieces are being exhibited in Herat Photo: Fariba Aram
Thirty artworks by an Afghan artist are on display at an exhibition in the city of Herat. Photo: Fariba Aram
Afghanistan's first and only all-female orchestra—Zohra—is in Australia – Photo: Parwiz Shamal
Collecting olives in a Nangarhar garden - Photo: Abdulhaq Omeri
Qargha Lake, Kabul after a rainy day. Photo: Basir Ahmad Deyan
A woman in the province of Bamiyan displays her inked finger, which indicates that she has voted in the 2019 presidential election- Photo: Gulabuddin Ghubar
Kabul city – Photo: Faridullah Hussainkhail
Faizabad, capital of Badakhshan – Photo: Wahid Ahmadi
An ancient glass factory in the western province of Herat – Photo: Fariba Aram
Shegal district of Kunar Province – Photo: Abdulhaq Omeri
Maryam Baryalay and Abdul Mateen Imran write that a US-Taliban peace deal should not be supported before an intra-Afghan dialogue.
Aditya Raj writes that the Indian government should have considered the risks this unilateral move has brought into Afghanistan.
Ajmal Shams writes that postponing the election would have an adverse impact on the political stability of the country.