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US Military Equipment Left Behind In Afghanistan Will Now Benefit Russia, China: Trump

Former US President Donald Trump has said US military equipment left behind in Afghanistan was not disabled and will now benefit other powers, including Russia and China. "Russia and China already have samples of our great helicopters. We have…
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Russia Says ‘Top Priority’ to Hold Taliban to Rights Pledges

Russia, China, Pakistan, and the United States are working together to ensure Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers keep their promises, especially to form a genuinely representative government and prevent violence from spreading, Russia’s foreign…
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US Human Rights Violations in Afghanistan Leave ‘Darkest Page’: Diplomat

Chinese and foreign experts and diplomats criticized the US for severely violating human rights in Afghanistan, including killing thousands of Afghan civilians, causing a flood of refugees and leaving messy situations for regional countries…
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Iran Ambassador to Iraq Claims Saudi Talks Moving Forward

Iran’s ambassador to Iraq hailed an advancement in the negotiations with Saudi Arabia, unveiling plans for the fourth round of talks in Baghdad. In an interview with Iraqi News Agency, Iraj Masjedi said Iran and Saudi Arabia are willing to…
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Jim Gilmore: Biden’s Afghanistan Debacle Increases Risk of ‘Hot War’ with Russia, China

President Joe Biden has tried to put the American involvement in Afghanistan behind us. He is determined to withdraw us from "endless wars." But the truth is that war against those who use violence and terror to achieve their ends will never…
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China’s Xi urges Afghanistan to stamp out terrorism, vows more aid

China's President Xi Jinping urged "relevant parties" in Afghanistan to eradicate terrorism and promised to provide more help to the war-torn nation, state news agency Xinhua said on Friday.China shares a land border with Afghanistan, where…
Max Baucus, the U.S. ambassador to China between February 2014 and January 2017 under former President Barack Obama
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China Will Be ‘Very Careful’ Dealing with the Taliban Government, Former U.S. Ambassador Says

China will tread cautiously in Afghanistan and its main goal would be to work with the Taliban on border security, a former U.S. ambassador to Beijing said. The world’s second-largest economy is one of the few countries that established friendly…
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Chinese envoy urges countries to continue to support Iraq’s political process

Chinese envoy on Wednesday urged the international community to continue to support Iraq's political process and assist Iraq in combating terrorism and COVID-19. As the upcoming elections in October are a top priority on Iraq's current political…
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China, Iran to Enhance Bilateral Ties, Including Sovereignty And Territorial Integrity

China remains committed to developing friendly relations with Iran no matter how the international and regional landscapes change, President Xi Jinping said on Wednesday (Aug 18). Speaking in a telephone conversation with Iranian President…
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China, US, Russia share consensus in Afghanistan, but Washington ‘should correct its mistake to exchange cooperation’

 The US has discussed the situation in Afghanistan with China, Russia, Pakistan and its European allies on Tuesday to seek cooperation following its hasty retreat. This was not the first time Washington openly expressed to China its request…