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Dargah Ajmer Sharif attracts people of all faiths
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Afghanistan fighting continues despite peace talks
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Afghanistan: US stands down in Helmand, Taliban to do the same
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Thousands flee amid fighting between Taliban and Afghan forces
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Abdullah Abdullah on Afghan peace talks, India engaging with Taliban | Worldview
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'Connectivity in region will benefit countries': Abdullah Abdullah on SAARC's revival and India-Pak resolving issues
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Engagement with Taliban is India's call, didn't ask directly: Afghan leader Abdullah Abdullah
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PM Modi assures of India's support for peace process in Afghanistan
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India supports Afghan in journey towards peace, stability: Abdullah Abdullah
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PM Modi meets Afghan leader Abdullah Abdullah
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Insistence on violence will marginalise perpetrators: Afghan FM
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Afghan women's rights: Mother's names recorded on kids' ID cards
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UNGA75: India exercises its Right to Reply for third time in response to Pakistan
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Fighting continues in Afghanistan as gov’t and Taliban meet
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Talks between Afghan government and Taliban open in Qatar
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Pompeo urges Afghans to make peace deal
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Historic Afghanistan peace talks begin in QatarOne of the first items on the agenda will be a permanent cease-fire. Protection of rights, particularly women's, will also be high on the agenda.
Army vet killed by Texas deputy buried in Alabama on 9/11A Black Army veteran who served in Afghanistan and was shot to death by police in Texas was buried in his home state on the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. (Sept. 11)
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton and Former Acting and Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell on “The Takeout” - 7/3/2020Former National Security Advisor John Bolton talks about reports that Presiedent Trump ignored allegations of Russia placing bounties on U.S. troops in Afghanistan which was reportedly included in his..
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Soldier returns, surprises his sonAn Army sergeant deployed to Afghanistan for nine months, returns home and surprises his son, who was blindfolded, as part of a game. WFSB's Hena Daniels reports.
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Trump calls Russia bounties report another 'hoax'President Donald Trump said Friday he believes reports that Russia was paying bounties to Taliban fighters to kill American troops in Afghanistan "is another Russian hoax." (July 31)
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