Afghanistan fighting shows no sign of ending
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Afghanistan fighting continues despite peace talks
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Afghanistan: US stands down in Helmand, Taliban to do the same
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Thousands flee amid fighting between Taliban and Afghan forces
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Abdullah Abdullah on Afghan peace talks, India engaging with Taliban | Worldview
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'Connectivity in region will benefit countries': Abdullah Abdullah on SAARC's revival and India-Pak resolving issues
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Engagement with Taliban is India's call, didn't ask directly: Afghan leader Abdullah Abdullah
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Insistence on violence will marginalise perpetrators: Afghan FM
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Afghan women's rights: Mother's names recorded on kids' ID cards
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Fighting continues in Afghanistan as gov’t and Taliban meet
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Talks between Afghan government and Taliban open in Qatar
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Pompeo urges Afghans to make peace deal
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