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US News Islamabad conducts "peace" talks with the Pakistan

17:05  02 october  2021
17:05  02 october  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

For majority of Germans religion does not play a role

 For majority of Germans religion does not play a role Only 33 percent of Germans say, according to a representative survey, that religion is "important" or "very important". In contrast, 61 percent, which religion is not or not important at all. And only a small minority believes that the world will be fairer by religion. © Ronny Hartmann A Jesus Cross and a burning candle stand in a church. for most Germans religion does not matter personally.

Taliban Le Premier ministre pakistanais, Imran Khan, espère pouvoir compter sur l'aide des talibans afghans pour trouver un accord avec les talibans pakistanais. AFP/Mohd Rasfan © Mohd Rasfan Prime Minister Pakistani, Imran Khan, hopes to rely on the help of the Afghan Taliban to find an agreement with the Pakistani Taliban. AFP / Mohd Rasfan

A first attempt. Prime Minister Pakistani, Imran Khan, announced on a Friday on Turkish television, a first official recovery since 2014 "Peace" talks with the Pakistani Taliban, a local and distinct Islamist insurrection, although close, of the Afghan movement.

"I think that at TTP (TTP Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, the Pakistani Taliban) there are groups open to peace talks, reconciliation with our government and we are talking with these groups," said the Pakistani Prime Minister . Pakistani Information, Fawad Hothry, confirmed at a press conference that these negotiations between Islamabad and Islamist insurgents had "indeed" in Afghanistan, without giving more details.

UN General Assembly: Muscular Weapon Pass Between India and Pakistan

 UN General Assembly: Muscular Weapon Pass Between India and Pakistan © Peter Foley Pool / AFP Prime Minister Pakistani Imran Khan (Photo) accused the Government of Narendra Mod to be "fascist At the United Nations Tribune. Muscular Weapon Pass to the United Nations Tribune between India and Pakistan. Prime Minister Pakistani Imran Khan accused the Government of Narendra Mod to be "fascist". Indian diplomacy accused Pakistan back to support terrorists and persecuting religious minorities.

The TTP Taliban Violence Campaign, a homonymous but distinct group of Afghan Taliban, started in 2007. Since then, thousands of civilians and members of the Pakistan security forces have found death in targeted attacks and claimed attacks by the Anti-Governmental Islamist movement.

Talks without "Conclusion"

The Government of the Prime Minister, Imran Khan, accounts on the help of the new Taliban regime to curb the vulneys of their homonyms Pakistani, declares open to an amnesty under conditions for certain combatants.

A source within the TTP has on its side confirmed to the AFP the holding of these parlers sessions since already "one month", but without "conclusion" at this stage.

Pakistan, accused by the United States for having supported the Afghan Taliban for 2001 via its military intelligence agency (ISI), did not recognize the new regime in Kabul , while it had been the One of the only three countries to recognize the Afghan Taliban regime when it was in power between 1996 and 2001.

US Deputy Secretary of State, Wendy Sherman, must go to Pakistan Thursday and Friday for a series of interviews with Government officials. "We aspire to a strong partnership with Pakistan on counter-terrorism and we are waiting for firm actions against all militants and terrorist groups without distinction," said the number two of the US diplomacy at the press.

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Afghan footballers will be welcomed by the United Kingdom .
© Patricia de Melo Moreira AFP Players of the Afghanistan National Football Team, refugees in Portugal, resume training after months of stopping Forced, on October 30, 2021 in a stadium of the suburbs of Lisbon. in Pakistan, 35 Afghan young footballers from Afghanistan's Junior National Team are preparing. They took refuge with their families, or 130 people, in the neighboring country after taking power by the Taliban. The United Kingdom has granted them asylum.

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