Pakistan ‘welcomes’ second round of US-Taliban talks in Doha | Taliban news

The Foreign Ministry reiterates the country’s position that the world community should engage with the Taliban government. Pakistan has “welcomed” a second round of talks between the United States and the Taliban since the latter took over Afghanistan earlier this year, a State Department (MoFA) spokesman said. During a weekly press briefing in the capital … Read more

US resumes talks with Taliban in Qatar: Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Taliban news

It will be the second round of talks between the United States and the Taliban in Qatar since the group took over Afghanistan in August. The United States is set to resume talks with the Taliban in Qatar next week, discussing the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and steps to ensure that the country does not … Read more

‘Born as a US citizen’: Afghan refugees welcome newborns to US | News about refugees

Fort McCoy Military Base, Wisconsin, USA – Ahmadzai * had imagined the birth of his first child as a typical Afghan family affair with relatives who visited his home in Kabul to deliver embroidered baby clothes and other gifts and recite the Koran to celebrate it. But Ahmadzai’s first child was born in a Wisconsin … Read more

Qatar acts as US diplomatic representative in Afghanistan | Politics news

The United States and Qatar have agreed that Doha will represent the United States’ diplomatic interests in Afghanistan, the first official US representation in Kabul since the withdrawal of troops in August. Qatar’s Secretary of State Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday signed a number of … Read more

Taliban calls on US Congress to release frozen Afghan assets | Taliban news

The $ 9.5 billion in frozen assets and loans threatens to exacerbate the humanitarian crisis in the country, the group said. The Taliban has urged members of the US Congress to act to release Afghan assets frozen after their takeover of the country in August. In an open letter on Wednesday, Taliban Foreign Minister Amir … Read more

Taliban calls on US Congress to release frozen Afghan assets | Taliban news

The $ 9.5 billion in frozen assets and loans threatens to exacerbate the humanitarian crisis in the country, the group said. The Taliban has urged members of the US Congress to act to release Afghan assets frozen after their takeover of the country in August. In an open letter on Wednesday, Taliban Foreign Minister Amir … Read more