Imran Khan vows to help stem bloodshed in Afghanistan by pushing for ceasefire between Taliban, Afghan forces
The Pakistan prime minister's maiden visit to Kabul comes amid surging violence across Afghanistan that has worsened despite Afghan government negotiators and the Taliban launching peace talks in the Qatari capital Doha in September
Zarif discussed matters of mutual interest and regional security situation, including the Afghan reconciliation process with Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa
Russia, Turkey reach 'historic' deal on Syrian border; Moscow agrees to preserve 'safe-zone' between Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain
Russia and Turkey have agreed to ensure Kurdish forces withdraw from areas close to Syria's border with Turkey and to launch joint patrols, in a deal hailed as 'historic' by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
'Iron brothers' China and Pakistan differ on Turkey's offensive in Syria; Beijing asks Ankara to stop invasion while Islamabad offers support
In a rare foreign policy disagreement, "iron brothers" China and Pakistan have ended up on the opposite sides of Turkey's military action in northern Syria as Beijing asked Ankara to stop its offensive against Kurdish forces while Islamabad backed the assault
After US pulls out of Syria, Russia deploys troops to help Kurdish fighters against impending Turkish invasion
Russia moved to fill the void left by the United States in northern Syria on Tuesday, deploying troops to keep apart advancing Syrian government forces and Turkish troops
Afghan Taliban dismisses fear of attacks on India after US troop withdrawal, says neighbourhood's support vital to rebuild country
the Taliban are at their strongest since their ouster in 2001 and hold sway over more than half the country
The Taliban met US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in the Pakistan capital for the first time since President Donald Trump declared a seemingly imminent peace deal to end Afghanistan's 18-year war 'dead' a month ago
As US talks collapse, Chinese officials meet with Taliban delegation to discuss peace ahead of Afghanistan polls
Chinese officials have held talks with a Taliban delegation ahead of the presidential elections in Afghanistan on 28 September, days after US president Donald Trump cancelled a meeting with the militant group following a deadly attack by insurgent groups in Kabul that killed an American soldier
Collapse of US-Taliban talks an awkward blow for Pakistan, dashes hopes for American support in Kashmir dispute
The collapse of US-Taliban talks is an untimely setback for Pakistan, which had hoped its efforts to bring the militants to the table would be rewarded with an economic boost and American support in its dispute with India over Kashmir
Any peace process in Afghanistan should involve democratically-elected government, have full consent of its people, says India
Trump on 8 September said that he cancelled the secret meeting with the Taliban after it admitted of being behind a terror attack in Kabul which killed a dozen people including a US soldier
From betraying Afghans to only bad choices left: How Western media reacted to possible Trump-Taliban deal
The deadliest attack of the year — for which the Islamic State claimed responsibility — prompted a bevy of media criticism of the approaching deal between the United States and the Taliban
Amid peace talks with Taliban, Mike Pompeo says that Donald Trump wants forces reduced in Afghanistan by next US presidential election
Donald Trump wants combat forces reduced in Afghanistan by the next US presidential election, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday.
Taliban takes centre stage in Afghanistan peace talks as insurgents push Ashraf Ghani administration to sidelines
The Taliban, who brutally ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001, has always refused to break bread with Ghani and Kabul, who they view as US stooges.
Farooq Abdullah says peace in Jammu and Kashmir only possible through dialogue, urges Centre to take up issue with Hurriyat leaders
NC chief Farooq Abdullah said if the army could suggest talks with the Taliban, then the Centre should also talk with the Hurriyat leaders to solve the Kashmir issue.
General Bipin Rawat bats for India's role in peace talks with Taliban in Afghanistan, says you won't know what's happening otherwise
Army Chief General Bipin Thursday said India cannot be left out of the "bandwagon" when a number of major countries reaching out to Taliban, noting that the engagement was necessary to pursue New Delhi's interests in the war-torn country.