Karzai refuses to sign U.S. deal, may lead to complete Withdrawl of US Forces from Afghanistan


Afghan President Hamid Karzai refuses to sign the US DealJNN 01 Dec 2013 Kabul : Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai has refused to sign a security deal with the United States, the White House said, opening up the prospect of a complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from the strife-torn nation next year. Continue reading

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Pakistan decides to free former Taliban second-in-command


Pakistan set to release Taliban NO. 2  Mullah Abdul Ghani BradarJNN 11 Sept 2013 Islamabad : Pakistan plans to free former Afghan Taliban second-in-command, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, this month to help advance peace efforts in neighboring Afghanistan, Pakistan’s foreign policy chief said on Tuesday. Continue reading

CIA & MI6 spending US and UK taxpayers Money funding Drug Trade & Terrorist Organisations


Afghan Farmer collecting Raw OpiumJNN 19 May 2013 Kabul : Afghan President Hamid Karzai, has recently been criticized for taking ‘ghost money’ from the CIA and MI6. The sums With both the CIA and MI6 secretly providing ‘ghost money’ bribes to the Afghan political establishment, it’s likely that Afghans will increasingly support a resurgent Taliban and the drug trade will be further propped up. Continue reading

Taliban supporting US in Prolonging their stay in Afghanistan : Karzai


Afghan President Hamid KarzaiJNN 21 Mar 2013 Kabul : Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Sunday accused the Taliban and the United States of working in concert to convince Afghans that violence will worsen if most foreign troops leave, AP reported. Continue reading

Afghan Govt Demands Withdrawal of US Forces from 2 Provinces , Due to their Involvement in creation of terrorist groups


Afghan President Hamid KarzaiJNN 25 Feb 2013 Kabul : The Afghan government has demanded the withdrawal of all US Special Forces on Sunday from the Wardak and Logar provinces within two weeks, accusing them of “harassing, torturing and murdering innocent civilians.” Continue reading

Taliban to meet Afghan Govt officials near Paris, to discuss future of Afghanistan – France


Afghan Government to meet TalibanJNN 18 Dec 2012 PARIS  – France said on Sunday officials from the Afghan government, the Taliban rebel movement and other factions would meet this week near Paris to discuss the country’s future as NATO troops prepare to pull out in 2014. Continue reading

Hollande Defends his early withdrawl of French troops from Afghanistan


JNN 28 May 2012 Kabul : President Francois Hollande visited Afghanistan on Friday to defend France’s imminent departure from the war, telling troops that it would be coordinated closely with Afghan and NATO allies. Continue reading

Talibaan Opening Office in Qatar , US releasing Talibaan Prisoners from Guantonamo Bay to get a share of a future Taliban Govt in Afghanistan


JNN 04 Jan 2012  Kabul : Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai has agreed to the opening of a liaison office by the Taliban militant group in Qatar, his office has announced. While The United States is set to release several Taliban leaders from the Guantanamo Bay prison after Washington struck a deal with the militant group agreeing to their opening of an office in Qatar. Continue reading