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PESHAWAR (Pajhwok): Pakistan, pledging consistent support for peace and stability in the neighbouring country. Prime Minister Imran Khan held out the pledge during a meeting
PESHAWAR (Pajhwok): Afghan and Pakistani parliament speakers are optimistic about the outcome of the ongoing peace negotiations in Doha. At a meeting in Islamabad on
KABUL Speaker Mir Rahman Rahmani is due to arrive in Islamabad on Friday at the head of a high level delegation, the Pakistani envoy said
KABUL (Pajhwok): As he sits on a footway, the young fighter put his Kalashnikov on a big stone and sadly said: “I did not know
KABUL and Iran, IRNA reported on Wednesday. In a message to his Iranian counterpart, Mir Rahman Rahmani greeted Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf on his election as
KABUL attacks are undercutting the credibility of talks on ending the ongoing conflict in the country. In a deadly attack on security forces in Kabul
KABUL members elected lawmaker Mir Rahman Rahmani as speaker of the lower house with a majority of votes on Saturday. Since May 16, nearly a
KABUL speaker slot did not produce a winner on Wednesday and the final round of election would now take place between Rahman Rahmani and Khan
KABUL or lower house of parliament speaker turned controversial on Saturday after a five-member delegation declared Mir Rahman Rahmani as winner of the post despite
KABUL. US Special Representative Zalmay Khalilzad and Afghan Ambassador in Washington Roya Rahmani met on the peace parleys on Tuesday, the State Department said. After