Blog Posts - Hamid Karzai



Ex-président afghan: Les troupes des États-Unis ont renforcées le terrorisme dans le pays

La présence des troupes étrangères a aggravé la situation en Afghanistan, a déclaré l'ex-dirigeant afghan Hamid Karzai.Barack Obama, chef de l'Etat américain, a annoncé jeudi que les Etats-Unis réduiraient leur contingent en Afghanistan à...
by Actualité Distincte on Oct 18, 2015

Terrorism Grew With United States Troops in Afghanistan - Ex-President Karzai

The terrorism in Afghanistan gained more strength amid the presence of US troops in Afghanistan, the former leader said.The US mission in Afghanistan carried out since 2001 has only deteriorated the political situation in the country,...
by Actualité Distincte on Oct 18, 2015

Terrorists kidnap 35 professors

Spokesman for Afghanistan Southern Provincial Governor, Dawa-Khan Minapal, said on Tuesday that Taliban insurgents have kidnapped 35 professors from Kandahar University after stopping their van on... Read More...

Terrorists kidnap 35 professors

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by Jobs & Scholarships in Nigeria on Jun 10, 2014

Indian Consulate Attacked in Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai Calls Narendra Modi

New Delhi: The Indian consulate in the Afghan city of Herat was attacked early Friday by four gunmen who tried to enter the complex and later fired from neighbouring buildings. All four were killed in an operation that lasted almost 10 hours. The ass...
by NamasteTelugu.Com on May 23, 2014

Afghanistan frees suspected Taliban prisoners over U.S. objections

KABUL — The Afghan government on Thursday released 65 suspected Taliban militants from prison, ignoring repeated and vehement protests from the U.S. military, which fears that the men are likely to return the battlefield. Read full article ...
by Eastasianews on Feb 13, 2014

Afghanistan frees suspected Taliban prisoners

KABUL — Afghanistan freed 65 suspected Taliban prisoners from jail on Thursday, ignoring repeated warnings by the U.S. government that the men pose a threat. The move could worsen tension between leaders of the two countries, who have been at...
by Eastasianews on Feb 13, 2014

U.S. Withdrawal Agreement with Afghanistan

At talks over an agreement regarding the future U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan was complicated by new demands made by Afghan Pres. Karzai yesterday. This all just looks like Karzai is more interested in winning the upcoming election more than bei...
by Sparking the Left on Nov 26, 2013

Daniel Markey Suggests Obama To Help Sharif Regime On Economy, Ties With India

A well know American expert on South Asian affairs, Markey said, “quick wins in these areas could give Sharif the political momentum, he needs to tackle other difficult challenges, such as confronting violent extremism and managing relations wi...
by Celebrity60 on Aug 18, 2013

Managing Expectations in Taliban Talks

If you believe the headlines, peace is breaking out–or about to break out–in Afghanistan. The breathlessly relayed news of the moment is that the Taliban have agreed to open a diplomatic office in Qatar to launch peace talks with the U.S. and the...
by Iran Aware on Jun 19, 2013

Political uncertainty looms over Afghan women

Women listen to a speech by Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai during a district assembly gathering in Kabul last month. — Reuters KABUL — A legal requirement that women make up at least a quarter of all provincial elected officials was...
by Iran Aware on Jun 18, 2013

Karzai’s remarks on Durand-line a distraction from more pressing issues: FO

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday said that Durand-line was a settled issue and opening discussions on this issue was a distraction from the more pressing issues requiring the priority attention and cooperation of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Responding to...
by CNews on May 6, 2013

Karzai’s remarks on Durand-line a distraction from more pressing issues: FO

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday said that Durand-line was a settled issue and opening discussions on this issue was a distraction from the more pressing issues requiring the priority attention and cooperation of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Responding to...
by CNews on May 6, 2013

Taliban declare spring offensive across Afghanistan

Afghan policemen stand at the site of a Taliban attack in Farah province, April 4, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer   KABUL: Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan on Saturday announced the start of their annual “spring offensive” against the US-ba...
by Iran Aware on Apr 27, 2013

Afghan Catastrophe Under Obama

  After meetings with Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Friday, President Obama said this weekend that the U.S. is speeding up the schedules for pulling American forces out of Afghanistan and for ending most unilateral combat operations. Tragical...
by Iran Aware on Jan 16, 2013

Afghans say total U.S. pullout would trigger disaster

KABUL: Afghan lawmakers said on Wednesday disaster and civil war would follow if Washington pushed ahead with a suggestion to withdraw all its troops from the country after 2014.
by CNews on Jan 9, 2013

Zardari in Turkey to attend Trilateral Summit

ANKARA: President Asif Ali Zardari has arrived in Ankara on a three-day official visit to Turkey to attend the 7th Trilateral Summit of Afghanistan-Pakistan and Turkey, SAMAA reported. Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Turkish President Abdullah Gul...
by CNews on Dec 12, 2012

Afghan president demands release of US-held prisoners

KABUL: Afghanistan's president on Wednesday demanded the release of dozens of prisoners from U.S. custody and said all inmates held in breach of an agreement must be transferred immediately to Afghan authorities. Hamid Karzai's call for "urgent actio...
by CNews on Nov 21, 2012

Karzai promises to track down Malala’s attackers

Web Desk MUMBAI: Afghan President Hamid Karzai promised to hunt for the attackers who shot 14-year-old child activist Malala Yousafzai for speaking up for girls’ rights to education. “Afghanistan will hunt for Malala’s attackers,...
by CNews on Nov 10, 2012

Italian PM: We Will Not Desert Afghanistan

Italy's prime minister pledged Sunday not to abandon Afghanistan as his country pulls out its troops, saying Rome will "transform" its support but not leave altogether.
by Online Media News on Nov 4, 2012


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