The Afghan Taliban rejected an offer by President Ashraf Ghani to hold peace talks.
Afghan President Ghani Forms Team for Peace Talks With Taliban
Afghanistan’s election agency is discussing options to postpone next year’s presidential polls by three months.
Afghan Suicide Bomber Targeting Clerics Kills 43 in Kabul
Russia Challenges U.S. in Hosting Taliban for Afghan Peace Talks
How to Avoid the Resource Curse? Take Six Years to Approve Deals
Ghani Pushes to End Longest U.S. War as Taliban Tightens Grip
Since the Taliban were ousted in a U.S. invasion, Afghan elections have been tainted by violence, ballot-stuffing and delays.
Afghans are voting today in long-delayed parliamentary elections amid Taliban threats and poll delays.
A bodyguard opened fire at the compound of the governor’s office in Kandahar after a meeting attended by Miller.
Bomb at Afghan Election Rally Kills 12
Taliban Vows to Block Parliamentary Elections in Afghanistan
Afghan Leader Sees No Change Toward Taliban From Pakistan's Khan
Afghanistan is at risk of a surge in Taliban violence and vulnerable to vote-rigging in its upcoming elections.
U.S. sanctions against Tehran have created the ultimate arbitrage play.
Former JPMorgan Banker Sets Up Fund in... Afghanistan
U.S. Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Attack, U.S. Forces Say
Russia Postpones Afghan Peace Meeting After Talking With Ghani
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani announced a temporary ceasefire with the Taliban ahead of the holy Islamic festival of Eid ul Azha.
Wave of Afghan Attacks Signals Taliban Seeks Upper Hand in Talks
U.S. Watchdog Cites `Disturbing Increase' in Afghan Attacks