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Representatives from four nations involved in talks aimed at ending the violence in Afghanistan have agreed to continue to push for direct peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government by the end of the month.
The Pentagon on February 5 released 198 photographs showing abuse of prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan, many of them with close-ups of cuts and bruises on their arms and legs.
The planned withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan will hurt efforts to train Afghan forces, the top NATO military commander in the war-torn country said on February 4.
Afghanistan's chief executive has called on Indian businesses to invest in his war-torn country -- including development of a proposed trade corridor through Afghanistan that links Iran with India and Central Asia.
Afghan and U.S. officials say air strikes have destroyed Voice of the Caliphate, an Islamic State-operated radio station that had been broadcasting the militant group’s extremist messages in eastern Afghanistan since last year.
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