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Taliban: Islamic fundamentalist political movement in Afghanistan
The Taliban or Taleban, who refer to themselves as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), are a Sunni Islamic fundamentalist political movement and military organization in Afghanistan currently waging war within that country. Since 2016, the Taliban's leader is Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada.

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U.S., Taliban plan to sign accord after planned week-long 'reduction in violence'

The United States and the Taliban will sign an agreement on Feb. 29 at the end of a planned week-long "reduction in violence" in Afghanistan, U.S. officials and the Taliban said on Friday, stirring..
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U.S, Taliban plan to sign agreement on February 29 after week-long violence reduction

The United States and the Taliban will sign an agreement on Feb. 29 the end of a week-long period of violence reduction in Afghanistan, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Taliban said on..
Reuters - Published

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US, Taliban to sign agreement to cut violence [Video]US, Taliban to sign agreement to cut violence

The United States and the Taliban will sign an agreement on Feb. 29 at the end of a week long period of violence reduction in Afghanistan, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Taliban said on..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:00Published

Ashraf Ghani declared winner of Afghan presidential poll [Video]Ashraf Ghani declared winner of Afghan presidential poll

Afghanistan declared incumbent Ashraf Ghani the winner of a disputed presidential election on Tuesday, almost five months after voting took place in September. Emer McCarthy reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:11Published

US, Taliban negotiate 7-day reduction in violence: Pentagon [Video]US, Taliban negotiate 7-day reduction in violence: Pentagon

Two warring sides agree to reduce violence as President Donald Trump says a peace agreement was 'very close'.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:19Published

US and Taliban reach Afghanistan truce on sidelines of Munich security conference [Video]US and Taliban reach Afghanistan truce on sidelines of Munich security conference

US and Taliban reach Afghanistan truce on sidelines of Munich security conference

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 02:08Published

U.S., Taliban reach truce that could lead to troop withdrawal [Video]U.S., Taliban reach truce that could lead to troop withdrawal

The United States has reached an agreement with the Taliban on a week-long reduction of violence that could lead to U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, a senior administration official said on..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:22Published

Taliban repel Afghan effort to reach U.S. military jet crash [Video]Taliban repel Afghan effort to reach U.S. military jet crash

Afghan forces and Taliban fighters clashed in a central region where a U.S. military aircraft crashed, officials said on Tuesday, as the government tried to reach the wreckage site in a Taliban..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:18Published

 

Taliban says agreement with U.S. to be signed February 29 in front of international observers

The United States and the Afghan Taliban will sign an agreement at a ceremony attended by international observers on Feb 29, the Taliban spokesman said in a statement on Friday.
Reuters - Published

U.S.-Taliban agreement expected to be signed on February 29: Pompeo

An agreement between the United States and the Afghan Taliban is expected to be signed on Feb. 29, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement on Friday.
Reuters - Published

Afghanistan war: US and Afghan Taliban agree to partial truce

A seven-day "reduction in violence" between the two sides will begin on Saturday, officials say.
BBC News - Published

Taliban, Afghan officials say reach pact to reduce violence

Afghan, international and Taliban forces will observe a seven-day period of reduced violence in Afghanistan beginning at midnight (1930 GMT), an Afghan official and Taliban leaders said on Friday.
Reuters - Published

'Historic' U.S.-Taliban pact to be signed soon, says Taliban leader

The Taliban's deputy leader said the group would soon sign a agreement with the United States to reduce violence for seven days, adding that militant commanders were "fully committed" to observing the..
Reuters - Published

U.S. special envoy discusses Taliban deal with re-elected Afghan president

U.S. special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday discussed a U.S. deal with Taliban militants on a weeklong reduction in violence, meeting the day after Ghani was..
Reuters - Published

Ghani named winner of disputed Afghan poll, rival also claims victory

Afghanistan declared incumbent Ashraf Ghani winner of a disputed presidential election but his main rival rejected the result and vowed to form his own government, raising the threat of new turmoil..
Reuters - Published

Ghani named winner of Afghanistan's disputed poll amid fears of new turmoil

Afghanistan declared incumbent Ashraf Ghani the winner of a disputed presidential election held almost five months ago, a result that could trigger new turmoil amid accusations of fraud and hopes of a..
Reuters - Published

U.S.-Taliban pact to cut violence about to start, Afghan minister says amid clashes

An agreement between the Taliban and U.S. forces to reduce violence will come into force within the next five days, Afghanistan's acting interior minister said on Tuesday, amid continued clashes..
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U.S.-Taliban agreement to cut violence will start in next five days: minister

An agreement between the Taliban and U.S. forces to reduce violence will come into force within the next five days, Afghanistan's acting interior minister said on Tuesday.
Reuters - Published

Pakistan confirms escape of Taliban leader who justified Malala shooting

A high-profile local Taliban figure who announced and justified the 2012 attack on teenage Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai has escaped detention, Pakistan's interior minister confirmed a few days after..
Reuters - Published

No let up in Taliban attacks, fresh orders awaited over deal with U.S.

Taliban fighters attacked Afghan government forces overnight, and militant commanders said on Monday insurgency operations would go-ahead until they receive fresh instructions based on a deal with the..
Reuters - Published

US-Taliban talks: A prelude to all-encompassing Afghan deal?

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BBC News - Published

Crackdown on militants as US and Afghan Taliban seek deal

Three key Pakistani militants based in Afghanistan have been assassinated in recent weeks.
BBC News - Published

U.S., Taliban reach violence reduction pact that could lead to U.S. withdrawal

The United States has reached agreement with the Taliban on a weeklong reduction of violence that could lead to a U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, a senior administration official said on..
Reuters - Published

Taliban, Afghan forces clash despite talk of breakthrough in peace deal

Afghan government forces and Taliban insurgents waged war against each other in the past 24 hours despite U.S. officials saying there had been a breakthrough in recent days in peace talks to end the..
Reuters - Published

Trump sees 'good chance' for accord with Taliban by end of month

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he thinks there is a "good chance" the United States would reach an agreement with the Taliban by the end of February on a U.S. troop withdrawal from..
Reuters - Published

Trump says a U.S. peace deal with the Taliban is likely

President Donald Trump said on Thursday he thinks there is a good chance the United States will reach a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Reuters - Published

Pompeo sees breakthrough in Taliban talks, wants 'significant' reduction in violence

The United States has had "a pretty important breakthrough" in peace talks with the Taliban over the past couple of days, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday, but he cautioned that..
Reuters - Published

US-Taliban talks: Pompeo hails 'pretty important breakthrough'

The US secretary of state says President Donald Trump has given the go-ahead for further talks.
BBC News - Published

Pompeo says 'important breakthrough' made in U.S. talks with Taliban

There has been a 'pretty important break through' over the past few days in talks between the United States and the Taliban who have been negotiating for a peace agreement in Afghanistan, U.S...
Reuters - Published

U.S., Taliban have negotiated proposal for seven-day reduction in violence: Pentagon chief

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Thursday that the United States and the Taliban had negotiated a proposal for a seven-day reduction in violence.
Reuters - Published

Taliban peace deal story attributed to Fox Business withdrawn

The Feb 12 story headlined “Trump issues conditional OK for peace deal with Taliban-Fox Business” is withdrawn. Fox Business Network said a screen caption that provided the basis for the story was..
Reuters - Published

Fox Business retracts report on Trump issuing conditional OK for Taliban peace deal

Fox Business Network said its report on Wednesday that President Donald Trump has announced a conditional decision for a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan is wrong.
Reuters - Published

Trump issues conditional OK for peace deal with Taliban: Fox Business

President Donald Trump has announced a conditional decision for a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan, Fox Business Network reported on Wednesday, after sources told Reuters an agreement could..
Reuters - Published

U.S., Taliban could sign peace deal in February if insurgents reduce violence: sources

A U.S.-Taliban peace deal could be signed this month if the Taliban significantly reduces violence, which could lead to an eventual withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, two Afghan government..
Reuters - Published

U.S. says talks with Taliban continue over specifics of reduction of violence

Talks between the United States and the Taliban in Doha continue over the specifics of a reduction in violence, a State Department spokesperson said on Tuesday, hours after Afghan President Ashraf..
Reuters - Published

Afghan president says Pompeo reports progress in U.S.-Taliban talks

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said on Tuesday he was told by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that "notable progress" had been made in talks between the United States and the Taliban on an agreement..
Reuters - Published

Six killed in suicide blast in Kabul, Taliban deny attack

A suicide bomber killed six people near a military academy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Tuesday, the interior ministry said.
Reuters - Published

Kabul Taliban: Spies, militants and a mysterious assassination

Two men were shot dead in the Afghan capital, Kabul. But who were they, and why were they there?
BBC News - Published

Taliban accuses U.S. of delaying peace process after call for violence reduction

Afghanistan's Taliban on Tuesday accused the United States of hampering peace negotiations in response to the top American diplomat's comments that a reduction in violence was needed before a deal to..
Reuters - Published

Taliban kill at least 29 Afghan security personnel in renewed clashes

At least 29 members of the Afghan security forces have been killed in Taliban attacks that followed air and ground assaults by government forces on the Islamist group at the weekend.
Reuters - Published

Taliban repel Afghan forces' bid to reach U.S. plane crash site

Afghan forces and Taliban fighters clashed in a central region where a U.S. military aircraft crashed, officials said on Tuesday, as the government tried to reach the wreckage site in a Taliban..
Reuters - Published

U.S. military confirms plane crash in Afghanistan, disputes claims it was brought down

The U.S. military said on Monday an E-11A aircraft crashed in Afghanistan's Ghazni province, but disputed claims that the Taliban had brought the military plane down.
Reuters - Published

U.S. military confirms E-11a airplane crash in Afghanistan

The U.S. military confirmed on Monday a crash by an E-11A military aircraft in Afghanistan's Ghazni province but, despite claims by Taliban insurgents that they shot it down, said there were "no..
Reuters - Published

U.S. military plane crashes in Afghanistan, Taliban claims responsibility

A plane which U.S. officials described as a small U.S. military aircraft crashed in a Taliban-controlled area of central Afghanistan on Monday, and the insurgent group claimed to have brought it down.
Reuters - Published

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