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Stakes are high for the talks which follow a week of US-Taliban negotiations with both sides eyeing a resolution to the bloody 18-year conflict.
The Taliban have steadfastly refused to discuss peace with Ghani, whom they consider a US stooge heading an illegitimate regime.
Their meeting came during a marathon multi-country tour by Khalilzad, who is to visit Qatar — the usual venue for talks with the Taliban.
Ghani said the message of the five-day gathering was clear: “Afghans want peace” and offered a ceasefire, though he stressed it would not be unilateral. In the statement on Friday, the Taliban rejected a ceasefire, saying attacks will continue during Ramadan but said “fighters are very careful of civilians during any operation.”
Lebanon is in a real sordid mess, and its inhabitants are suffering no end. Something as basic as bread is woefully in short supply, so is petrol, and the currency’s value has nosedived to unimaginable depths.
“Isaacman had undertaken the flight to raise awareness and funds for St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a paediatric cancer centre in Memphis,
A study by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) states that to achieve the net-zero target by 2050 through large-scale adoption of renewable energy projects,