CEO, Pakistan president discuss ceasefire, trade ties

Thursday, 21 June 2018 09:02

CEO, Pakistan president discuss ceasefire, trade ties

In response to an invitation from Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Gov’t optimistic about peace talks after Eid truce

Gov’t optimistic about peace talks after Eid truce

President Ashraf Ghani’s efforts to jump-start the peace talks with the Taliban hit another hurdle

Hamid Karzai hopeful for 'permanent peace' with Taliban

Hamid Karzai hopeful for 'permanent peace' with Taliban

 Former Afghan President Karzai has hailed the ceasefire agreement between Kabul and the Taliban at

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King Salman suggests extension of Afghan truce

King Salman suggests extension of Afghan truce

NATO officials believe the Eidul Fitr ceasefire and the burgeoning peace movement have pushed Afghanistan to the “edge of opportunity.” Lt. Gen. Richard J. Cripwell, deputy commander for the Resolute Support...

In Afghanistan, NATO sees peace opportunity

In Afghanistan, NATO sees peace opportunity

NATO officials believe the Eidul Fitr ceasefire and the burgeoning peace movement have pushed Afghanistan to the “edge of opportunity.” Lt. Gen. Richard J. Cripwell, deputy commander for the Resolute Support...

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North Korean, US officials air differences on eve of summit; Trump stays positive

North Korean, US officials air differences on eve of summit; Trump stays positive

Written byHeart of Asia

US President Donald Trump said on Monday his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore could “work out very nicely” as officials from both countries met...

Assad denies claims about Russia dictating his army

Assad denies claims about Russia dictating his army

Written byHeart of Asia

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has denied that Syria's main military ally, Russia, is making decisions for him, saying it was natural to have differences of opinion between allies.In an interview...