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Taliban launch attacks on approaches to Afghan city of Ghazni

Clashes have broken out between Taliban militants and government forces in Afghanistan forcing some civilians to flee from their homes near the city of Ghazni, which the insurgents stormed this month,..
Reuters

Afghanistan: Who Is Winning? – Analysis

“You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive,” says Sherlock Holmes on first meeting Dr Watson, later to be his great friend and companion. But already, in the first words of the first Sherlock Holmes..
Eurasia Review

Here's Why The Taliban Is Making A Comeback In Afghanistan

here's why the taliban is making a comeback in afghanistan
Watch VideoThis month the Taliban made one of its boldest attempts in taking over a provincial capital since its brief occupation of the city of Kunduz in 2016. This time it's in Ghazni, a strategic..
Newsy

Central Asian Jihadists Under Al Qaeda’s And Taliban’s Strategic Ties – Analysis

By Uran Botobekov* At the time when the Uzbek authorities held an international conference on Afghanistan on March 26-27, 2018, and the Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov hosted the Afghan..
Eurasia Review

Ghazni siege: President Ghani demands explanation from Imran Khan

[Afghanistan], Aug 23 (ANI): In the wake of the Pakistan government's vision to establish better bilateral relations with its neighbours, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani demanded an explanation
Sify

UN: Ghazni still dangerous for all after Taliban pushed out

Civilian casualties continue to fill up hospitals days after fighters defeated by Afghan troops.
Al Jazeera

News24.com | WATCH: Afghanistan announces Eid holiday ceasefire with Taliban

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani announced a ceasefire with Taliban insurgents from Monday to mark the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday, days after fighting in the central city of Ghazni and a northern..
News24 Also reported by •ReutersRTE.ieFT.comReuters India

Pak Army chief denies supporting Taliban in Ghazni siege

Pakistan's Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa rebuffed claims from Kabul that Islamabad supported the Taliban in carrying out an attack in Afghanistan's Ghazni city.
DNA Also reported by •Sify

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani offers Taliban new provisional ceasefire

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani declared a provisional three-month ceasefire with the Taliban in a televised broadcast today, but said the truce would hold only if the insurgents reciprocated. The..
DNA

Ghazni unsafe for aid workers: UN

[Afghanistan], August 18 (ANI): The United Nations (UN) has announced that the city of Ghazni is highly unsafe for aid workers since Improvised Explosion Devices (IED) and mines are scattered on
Sify

Ghazni attack shows Afghan Taliban's capabilities are intact and will grow until Pakistan stops fuelling insurgency

The Afghan Taliban's attack on Ghazni could not have been mounted without support from Pakistan's state and non-state actors since the operational planning and execution involved in the attack reflect..
Firstpost

Jim Mattis says further Taliban assaults likely in weeks ahead

In his most detailed comments on the Taliban's assault on the eastern city of Ghazni since it began Aug 10, Mattis said the Taliban had six objectives in and around the city and failed to seize any of..
DNA

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani visits Ghazni after Taliban siege

Ghani visited the city of Ghazni a week after the Taliban launched an assault on the provincial capital.
Al Jazeera

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