Afghan govt spokesman says Pakistan needs to work on the causes that lead to instability in the country.
“There has been no movement. Everything is on hold,” says an official.
Pak-Afghan ties were frosty in 1947, hostile during the pendency of the Afghan-sponsored Pashtunistan project, and complicated
Jirga member says three months' time sought for consultation with stakeholders to frame proposals for addressing TTP's concerns.
TTP spokesman says substantive progress made in talks with jirga; sources say there is deadlock on issue of Fata merger.
Afghan Taliban’s acting PM Mullah Akhund helping with "peace talks"; sources say both sides agreed to pursue negotiations.
No word from ISPR, interior ministry as TTP claims ceasefire will last till 30th
WEEKS before the Afghan Taliban made a triumphant entry into Kabul, a top security official told a huddle of...
Group’s 12 ‘de-radicalised’ foot soldiers released.
Announcement of nationwide truce will be conditional to release of foot soldiers, say sources.
There is a clear victor and the victor will now decide the terms of an inclusive arrangement in the country.
Hardest-hit Peshawar accounts for 59.6pc of total deaths in province.
Former TTP spokesman claims he is in Turkey, sources believe he’s in Afghanistan
Agree to reduce operations to facilitate withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan.
Taking over the reins at the civil secretariat now is Dr Kazim Niaz.
In a meeting with Trump in New York on Monday, Imran says will insist that peace dialogue regarding Afghanistan resume.
There is no immediate indication as to whether and when these peace negotiations might resume.
Doha talks focused on implementation mechanism, says Taliban spokesperson.
Multiparty conference against ruling coalition expected soon to discuss defection of opposition senators.
Taliban spokesperson says the implementation part of the agreement is being finalised.