The disappearance of at least $154.4 million worth of stolen fuel meant for coalition and Afghan troops may be helping supply Taliban and other insurgent forces in Afghanistan, the top American watchdog for rebuilding in the country said.
While Afghanistan’s government hopes an international conference tomorrow in Uzbekistan can forge a consensus for finding a peaceful settlement for the long Afghan imbroglio, the Taliban guerrillas say the meeting will yield no result.
By tapping conservative firebrand John Bolton as his national security chief and hardliner Mike Pompeo as his top diplomat, US President Donald Trump has dramatically raised the stakes in world affairs.
The Palestinian Authority has refused to take part in a meeting hosted by the White House on the situation in the Gaza Strip, with officials from Zionist regime and Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, in attendance.
The Taliban's muted response to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's offer of peace talks last month reflects an internal debate over the merits of engaging with a government that the group has long viewed as illegitimate, analysts say.
President Donald Trump will not meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un unless North Korea takes "concrete and verifiable actions" toward denuclearization, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Friday.
Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations called for strong regional cooperation to contribute to Afghan peace, reaffirming Tehran’s commitment to supporting neighboring Afghanistan and helping it restore stability.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is currently in London on a three-day visit that experts believe is aimed at boosting military ties between the two sides. His arrival was marked by a wave of protests against Riyadh’s human rights violations and its deadly war on Yemen, for which the UK has been ...