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Pakistan at loggerheads over peace efforts | Daily Times

Afghan army chief says Pakistan could end Afghan war ‘in weeks’ if it were serious about peace ISLAMABAD: Kabul and Islamabad traded insults over the war with the Taliban on Wednesday, plunging their frosty relations to a new low at a key juncture in efforts to search for peace before NATO withdraws. It was the most explosive in a series ...

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Afghan peace plan in trouble as Pakistani clerics balk at proposed meeting in Kabul | MiamiHerald.com

ISLAMABAD — A portion of a peace plan intended to smooth the way for an exit from Afghanistan of U.S.-led military forces already is in trouble, before it has even gotten underway. At issue is a conference between Pakistani and Afghan religious leaders scheduled for next month in Kabul, the Afghan capital, that was intended to provide religious support for ...

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We share life in Kabul | Waging Nonviolence

Despite the long-term degradations of poverty and war, we are hearing sentiments of hope from a variety of individuals and groups. The majority of Afghanistan’s population is under 25 years of age and they want reform and an end to the violence and corruption perpetrated by foreign, regional and internal self-interests. For more on this story, visit: We share life ...

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Afghanistan ‘sliding towards collapse’ | guardian.co.uk

Afghan forces are far from ready to secure a country riddled with violence and corruption, Red Cross and thinktank warn by Emma Graham-Harrison in Kabul The police and army in an increasingly violent Afghanistan will struggle to secure the country when foreign forces leave and the people face a corrupt presidential election in 2014, the Red Cross and a thinktank ...

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