War And Unrest

The Latest: Ex-Afghan warlord open to constitution changes

Feb 5, 2019

A powerful former Afghan warlord has said on the sidelines of peace talks with the Taliban in Moscow that he is open to constitutional changes that the movement may be seeking

Afghan official: Taliban hit army base, kill 26 troops

Feb 5, 2019

Afghan official: Taliban attack army base in northern province, killing 26 members of security forces

Pakistani premier, president back rebels in Indian Kashmir

Feb 5, 2019

Pakistan's PM, president offer support for rebels in Indian-controlled part of disputed Kashmir

Afghan official: Taliban attack on army base in northern Kunduz province kills 26, mostly soldiers and policemen

Feb 5, 2019

Afghan official: Taliban attack on army base in northern Kunduz province kills 26, mostly soldiers and policemen

Q&A: US envoy's road to Afghan peace littered with obstacles

Feb 4, 2019

Q&A: Trump's envoy to Afghanistan is eager to strike a peace deal with the Taliban that would end America's longest war, but he faces several obstacles

India's prime minister visits Kashmir amid protest strike

Feb 3, 2019

India's prime minster is in disputed Kashmir for a daylong visit to review development work as separatists fighting Indian rule have called for a shutdown in the Himalayan region

Taliban say they are not looking to rule Afghanistan alone

Jan 30, 2019

Taliban spokesman says group not seeking 'monopoly on power' but wants Afghans to live 'like brothers'

China bans wife of jailed Taiwan activist from visiting him

Jan 30, 2019

China bans the wife of a Taiwanese human rights activist jailed in China from visiting him for 3 months, saying she made false statements and interfered with prison operations

Militants kill 9 in attack on police station in Pakistan

Jan 29, 2019

Pakistani officials say militants armed with guns and grenades have attacked a regional police station in the southwestern Baluchistan province, triggering a shootout that killed eight police officers and a civilian and wounded 17 others

Afghans wary over talks with Taliban as US cites progress

Jan 29, 2019

Afghans are wary of peace talks with Taliban militants, even as the country's president expresses hope that U.S.-led negotiations could successfully end the long-running civil war

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