Preparing to head to Kabul, Pakistan's prime minister reiterated on April 5 his country's full support for Afghanistan's efforts to revive the long-stalled peace process with the Taliban.
A suicide bomber exploded in the Afghan capital Kabul, killing at least seven people, Reuters reported.
The attack seems to have been directed against the people gathered to pay tribute to Abdul Ali Mazari, a political leader of the Shiite minority of the Hizarreans killed by the Taliban in 1995, a deputy interior minister spokesman said.
Pakistanis have elected a woman from the country’s marginalized Hindu minority to the senate for the first time ever in an election in which a Taliban-linked cleric was defeated.
In an unexpected overture at a time of increasing bloodshed in Afghanistan, the Taliban have published an open letter expressing a desire for peace talks and calling on the "American people" and "peace-loving congressmen" to pressurise the Donald Trump administration into negotiations, The Guardian writes.
In Sunday's edition of Kathimerini, opposition chief Kyriakos Mitsotakis wrote an op-ed titled "Let us write our own history," in which he rightly stressed that Greece's challenge is to exit the crisis, start doing well and regain international confidence and credibility, along with its place in a rapidly changing Europe and world, instead of becoming obsessed with issues that belong in the pas