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Afghan media suspect Pakistan of using the recently confirmed death of Mullah Omar to manipulate political negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government.
The Afghan Taliban has published a written statement purportedly quoting Jalaluddin Haqqani as it continues to deny claims that the Haqqani network founder is dead.
Despite uncertainty following news of the death of Taliban supreme leader Mullah Mohammad Omar, the Afghan Taliban is expected to move toward a negotiated settlement with Kabul.
The most senior elected official in Pakistan's restive Balochistan Province is advocating peace negotiations to end a decade-old separatist insurgency. More
Music in Afghanistan is perhaps best known, particularly in the West, for falling silent under the Taliban. But since 2001, musicians within and outside the country have taken steps to revive Afghanistan's unique musical tradition. One of them is Ahmad Sarmast, who heads the National Institute of Music.
Pakistani and Afghan leaders need to move quickly to end the historic trust deficit between their countries to embark on a new journey of peace and cooperation. More
Pakistani activists and politicians have criticized Islamabad for preventing an international aid agency from working in impoverished restive provinces. More
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