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JALALABAD (PAN militants were joining the government-initiated peace drive in eastern Nangarhar province to benefit from certain privileges. No noted insurgent leader has so far
GHAZNI CITY (PAN fighters after an HIA commander was killed in a roadside bombing in central Maidan Wardak province, an official said on Saturday. The
KABUL (HIA) have been in talks to reach a consensus on fielding a joint candidate in next year’s presidential elections and a possible reunification, sources
KABUL, has been in Kabul to discuss with political parties the upcoming elections, sources said on Wednesday. The five-member HIA team, led by Mohammad Rasoul,
KABUL party on Thursday decided to field its candidate in the presidential election due next year. The decision came at a meeting of the party’s
KABUL (HIA) leader Gulbadin Hekmatyar has offered the Kabul government a two-point proposal for his group’s participation in the 2014 presidential election. In his latest
KABUL (HIA), led by Economy Minister Abdul Hadi Arghandiwal, decided on Thursday that it would not remain indifferent to the upcoming elections and would consult
ISLAMABAD (PAN Afghanistan (HIA) said it is impossible to conduct transparent elections due to the presence of foreign troops in the country. In an exclusive
KABUL): Insurgent leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar has called for holding Presidential, Parliamentary and Provincial Council elections during the first half of 2014. Hekmatyar, the leader of
KABUL Afghanistan (HIA) led by Gul Buddin Hikmatyar, on Wednesday started a trilateral meeting in Kyoto city of Japan, officials said. HIA head of political
KABUL (HAI), which resumed peace negotiations with government this week, on Monday expressed its satisfaction over a meeting with President Hamid Karzai. Qaribul Rahman Saeedi,
KABUL (HIA) leader Gulbadin Hekmatyar has spurned the strategy of the United States and the Karzai administration for ending the decade-long conflict as unacceptable. In