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Nearly 20 arrested for waving Taliban flag in Tehran
Iranian police said Tuesday they arrested 19 people after the flag of Afghanistan's Taliban militant group was waved at a gathering in a Tehran park.
Iran welcomes Taliban cease-fire announcement
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi welcomed the announcement of a three-day cease-fire by the Taliban militant group, calling it a positive step towards peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Taliban attack kills eight Afghan troops
A suicide car bomber in central Afghanistan targeted a convoy of Afghan troops, killing eight soldiers, the Defense Ministry said, while Taliban militants claimed responsibility for the attack amid a nationwide escalation of violence.
Araqchi: Taliban have no office in Iran
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi on Sunday underlined that the Taliban group do not have an office in Iran.
Iran: Meetings with Taliban officials aimed at establishing peace in Afghanistan
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi said that meetings between Iranian and Taliban officials are in line with Iran’s efforts to establish peace in Afghanistan.
Blast kills at least 23 in Afghanistan cattle market
At least 23 civilians were killed in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province and dozens were wounded when rockets hit a cattle market on Monday, Afghan government and Taliban officials said.
Afghan government, Taliban agree on Doha as venue for first peace talks
The Afghan government and Taliban agreed that Qatar's capital, Doha, will be the venue for the first meeting in their peace talks, both sides said.
Over 400 Afghan forces killed or wounded by Taliban in past week: Gov’t
The Taliban have killed or wounded more than 400 Afghan security personnel over the past week, the Interior Ministry said Sunday, accusing the militants of increasing attacks ahead of expected peace talks.
At least 14 Afghan security force members killed in attack claimed by Taliban
Taliban members stormed an Afghan border post Friday, killing at least 14 security force members, the militants and officials said, the latest in a series of attacks since the end of a brief cease-fire.
Afghanistan freeing hundreds more Taliban prisoners
Afghan authorities said on Tuesday 900 more Taliban prisoners will be released, as calls grew for the militants to extend a cease-fire on its third and final day.
Afghan Eid truce holds as prisoner release expected
A surprise Taliban cease-fire appeared to be holding for a second day Monday as authorities planned to release up to 2,000 militants held by security forces.
UN: Civilian casualties by Taliban, Afghan forces rising
The United Nations on Tuesday called for an immediate reduction of violence in Afghanistan, warning that civilian casualties at the hands of both the Taliban and Afghan security forces are on the increase.
Taliban claims Afghan bomb attack, demands prisoner release
The Taliban claimed a deadly attack on an Afghan intelligence agency post Monday, even as they urged the new power-sharing government to accelerate a prisoner swap to pave the way for talks.
Taliban claim responsibility for attack on Afghan military center
The Taliban on Monday claimed responsibility for an attack at a military center in southern Helmand Province in Afghanistan where at least 150 members of the Afghan Army and intelligence wing were stationed.
Data shows Taliban carried out over 4,500 attacks in 45 days since signing US deal
The Taliban have mounted more than 4,500 attacks in Afghanistan, marking a sharp escalation in violence, in the 45 days since signing a deal with the United States that paves the way for a US troop drawdown, fresh data shows.

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