The State Department said Wednesday it would allow the leaders of the House Foreign Affairs Committee to review a partially redacted, classified dissent cable written by U.S. personnel in 2021 related to the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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An Iranian diplomat says government departments are pursuing the country’s water rights from the Helmand River in Afghanistan, expressing hope that the long-running dispute between the two neighbors will be settled this year.
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House Foreign Affairs Chairman Michael McCaul announced Sunday that he had formally requested a series of transcribed interviews from current and former State Department officials as part of his panel’s investigation into the Biden…
China and Pakistan have agreed to include Afghanistan to be part of the multi-billion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as the sanction-hit country struggles to raise funds for infrastructure.
The decision was taken during a meeting…
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As the U.S. scrambled to get the last of its troops out of Afghanistan in late summer 2021, the Pentagon fielded endless questions about how it could prevent the country from becoming the terrorist training ground it had been before…
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As a strong defender of world peace and close neighbor of Afghanistan, China can play an active role in bringing back stability, peace and prosperity in the war-torn country, experts said.
Unlike the United States, China supports sovereignty…
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A Journalism Speaker Series talk on April 18 focused on mass media propaganda in America’s wars, featuring two veterans — Diablo Valley College journalism professor Rosa Leither and high school Spanish teacher Eddie Falcon — who shared…
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The acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi said that the remarks about the presence of terrorist groups in Afghanistan is USA propagandas against the Islamic Emirate.
Speaking at the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad ISSI, Muttaqi…
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Secretary of State Antony Blinken may soon face legal action for his refusal to provide official documents relating to the United States’ disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) on…
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Iranian Minister of Health and Medical Education expressed Iran's readiness to facilitate the development of the export of medicine and medical equipment to Afghanistan.
Bahram Einollahi made the remarks in a meeting with Afghanitan's…
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