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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan —The Afghan government and the Taliban have agreed to a three-day cease-fire to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The announcement comes after weeks of escalating violence in Afghanistan as peace talks between the government and the Taliban have stalled. © Mohammad Ismail/Reuters An Afghan man gestures after the prayers during Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival marking the end the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Kabul May 24, 2020.
The only other time the Taliban agreed to a cease-fire was to mark the same Eid al-Fitr holiday in 2018. Celebrations broke out across the country during the cessation of violence in the nearly two-decade long conflict.
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The Taliban announcement late Saturday ordered its fighters to cease all offensive operations so Afghans can “spend Eid with happiness.” The statement noted that defensive attacks were permitted, and Taliban fighters were barred from traveling to government-held territory.
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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani welcomed the cease-fire shortly after the Taliban statement, ordering all his security forces to comply.
Afghanistan has been stuck in a deadly limbo since the signing of the peace deal between the Taliban and the United States in February. Talks that were supposed to begin between the Taliban and the Afghan government have repeatedly hit snags and on the battlefield the violence has escalated resulting in record high civilian casualties.
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Kate Middleton has been photographed en route to her second event of the day with Prince William: the Queen's annual reception for members of the Diplomatic Corps. For tonight's reception, Kate wore the Cambridge Lover ’s Knot tiara with pearl earrings and a beaded white and silver gown
U.S. special representative Zalmay Khalilzad is hoping this cease-fire could help turn that around. “This is a momentous opportunity that should not be missed,” Khalilzad tweeted Saturday, and said he hoped it would rejuvenate the peace process.
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A worker arranges cookies on a tray for delivery at a bakery ahead of the of Eid al-Fitr in Srinagar, India on May 18.
Palestinian men cooking their Iftar breaking a Ramadan fasting day on the beach of Gaza Cit on May 18.
A cook prepares pilaf for citizens of the CIS countries awaiting deportation at an immigrant detention center ahead of the Muslim feast of Eid al-Fitr, a holiday marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan on May 18 in Vladivostok, Russia.
People wait in queue for food aid at a social distance as a precaution, during Ramadan amid the covid 19 crisis on May 18 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Muslim worshippers offer the evening prayer Tarawih as they maintain social distancing at al-Azhar Mosque on May 17 in Cairo, Egypt.
Palestinian women, wearing protective face masks and gloves during the COVID-19 pandemic, form traditional cookies in preparation for the upcoming Eid al-Fitr holiday which marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, in the southern Gaza Strip city of Rafah on May 17.
A young Iraqi Muslim man covers his head with the Koran on 'Lailat al Qardr' or the 'night of destiny' that during the holy month of Ramadan marks the night when the Koran was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad, on May 17 in Basra, Iraq.
Iranians observe Laylat al-Qadr (Night of destiny), one of the Muslim's holiest nights, in accordance with social distancing as a measure against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic at Imam Jafar Sadegh Mosque in Tehran, Iran on May 17.
The historic Jama Masjid (Grand Mosque) stands empty on the 22nd day of Ramadan, usually full of people, as religious places remain closed even as the lockdown imposed by the government to battle coronavirus is eased on May 15 in Delhi, India.
Muslim devotees offer Friday prayers at a mosque during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan after the government eased a nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 in Dhaka on May 15.
A muslim boy recites Koran at the Bait Ur Rouf Mosque during Ramadan in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on May 15.
Kate Middleton: her new photo project which is particularly close to her heart
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A group of volunteer youth prepare food aid for needy people with the contribution of Algerian Food Bank, during the holy fasting month of Ramadan, on May 14, in Algiers, Algeria.
Sufi musicians perform during a Ramadan traditional evening held in the southern Lebanese port city of Sidon on May 14, for people confined in their homes due to measures imposed across Lebanon.
Shi'ite Muslims visit the Imam Ali shrine during the holy month of Ramadan, in the holy city of Najaf, Iraq, on May 14.
Hashem (R), Navideh (L) and their child Asma (C) read Qur'an after breaking their fast during holy month of Ramadan in Quito, Ecuador, on May 12.
Iranian worshipers gather at Eram Park's parking area with their vehicles to pray amid coronavirus pandemic on the 19th day of Ramadan as eventual Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Power), one of the Muslim's holiest nights, in Tehran, Iran, on May 13.
Muslims return for Friday's Ramadan prayers amid the coronavirus disease outbreak after the Thai government eased isolation measures, in Bangkok, Thailand, on May 15.
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KATE MIDDLETON ’s wedding to Prince William took place in April 2011. The 29-year-old bride wore an Alexander McQueen dress said to be worth £250,000 The earrings Kate wore on her wedding were personally created for the Duchess , and are inspired by her heritage. The £15,000 earrings were
Prince William's fiancee is a commoner who avoids the limelight – which could help her avoid the pitfalls of predecessors.
Syrian mother Meryem Ubeyd, who lost two of her boys in Regime's attack and one locked up in a Regime's prison, prepares iftar meal to break her fast at the grave of her boys in Etarib town of Aleppo, Syria, on May 15.
People break their fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Pakistan on May 12.
A Ramadan cannon fired in front of the Nahdet Misr statue in Giza, Egypt on May 12 as a mark for the end of the fasting day during the holy month of Ramadan.
A number of children join the food queue by implementing physical distance in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 12. Every day during the holy month of Ramadan, benefactors in the city of Jakarta distribute 350 food packages to poor people affected by coronavirus.
Tradespeople make some preparations as people arrive to do shopping at a market during the holy month of Ramadan, in Nablus, West Bank on May 12.
The first Tarawih prayer is performed in Mevlevi Mosque as mosques are reopened after coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic precautions were lifted partially in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq on May 11.
A view of Jalil Khiat Mosque is seen as people gather to perform the tarawih prayer during the Islamic holy fasting month of Ramadan while maintaining social distancing in Erbil, Iraq on May 11.
Volunteers distribute food boxes for people to break their fast Ramadan in Peshawar, Pakistan in May 11.
Sufi music soloist Eren Coskun (C) and drummers Haydar Kocadere (R) and Emir Cosan (L) perform sufi music to wake people for 'sahur' meal, the last meal before a long day of fasting that starts with the call to prayer at sunrise during the holy month of Ramadan, in Ankara, Turkey on May 11.
An orphan child wearing a face mask prays inside an orphanage during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Srinagar, India on May 11.
Students wearing face masks practice social distancing while reading Koran at Daarul Qur'an Al Kautsar boarding school mosque, amidst the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during the holy fasting month of Ramadan, in Bogor, West Java province, Indonesia on May 9.
Men kneel as they observe midday prayers during Ramadan inside the Islamic Center of Passaic County following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Patterson, New Jersey on May 8.
Kate Middleton ready to cut the hair of George, Charlotte and Louis herself!
© Bestimage Kate Middleton ready to cut the hair of George, Charlotte and Louis herself! Mom filled with her three children, Kate Middleton would do everything to make them happy. Including improvising a dressing table to the delight of George, Charlotte and Louis, as assured by a loved one at Fabulous. A caring mom. Official photographer , mistress since the beginning of confinement ... Kate Middleton is not afraid to multiply the caps when it comes to filling her three children .
Worshippers wearing protective face masks queue to enter the Mohammed Al-Amin Mosque in the Lebanese capital Beirut's downtown district, to perform the Friday prayers during the holy month of Ramadan, after some measures that were taken by the authorities in a bid to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus were eased on May 8.
The full moon, also known as Supermoon or Flower Moon, rises over a mosque's minaret on the 14th day of the Ramadan on May 7 in Amman, Jordan.
Saudi security officers stand in front of the Kaaba at empty Grand mosque, as a preventive measure against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), during the Ramadan, on May 5 in the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
A whirling dervish performs at an iftar (fast-breaking) program organised for Turkish citizens, brought back from the U.S. within the coronavirus (COVID-19) measures, during Ramadan on May 6 in Duzce, Turkey.
Muslims attend Friday prayer at the Baitul Mokarram National Mosque after the government has eased the restrictions amid concerns over the coronavirus on May 8 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
An aerial photograph shows the inhabitants of a destroyed Syrian quarter gathering amidst the rubble for a joint iftar (fasting break) meal on May 7 in the city of Al Atarib during Ramadan.
Afghan Volunteers prepare a free Iftar meal for needy people on May 7 in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Volunteer spray disinfectant as Muslims enter mosque to attend Friday prayers of Ramadan on May 8 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Muslims attend Friday prayers on May 8 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A general view of the Great Mosque of Madani Islamic Center as it is closed during the imposition of large-scale restrictions by the government to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), on May 4.
Soldiers eat their Iftar (breaking fast) meals in a street while on duty enforcing a curfew, in Baghdad, Iraq, on May 3.
Woman uses wood fire to prepare an Iftar meal for her family in Gaza City, on May 2.
Women offer Friday prayers inside their shanty, in Faridabad, India, on May 1.
An imam prepares to broadcast his Friday sermon on social networks to his community on May 1, in Turin, Italy.
A female worker, wearing a face mask, performs a prayer at a greenhouse in Antalya, Turkey, on April 29. Fruits and vegetable production continues in Antalya amid coronavirus pandemic.
A man arrives at the Suleymaniye Mosque to perform the prayer, in Istanbul, Turkey, on April 28.
Yusuf Kamel, 2, looks on as his parents Nadia Chaouch, right, and Ahmad Kamel prepares an iftar meal to break the Ramadan daily fast just after sunset, on April 28, in Seattle.
During Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar, Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking, and smoking from sunrise to sunset.
Duchess Kate: bright red blouse & tanned complexion: she looks like a fresh summer breeze
© Getty Images Europe / Charles McQuillan, Instagram / kensingtonroyal Duchess Kate Duchess Kate (38, born Middleton) is not a child of sadness - especially when it comes to your closet. The British loves eye-catching patterns and bright colors. Your choice of clothing in all tones of the rainbow always puts you in a good mood. This time the Duchess is beaming with a bright, fiery red blouse. Together with her loosely tied hair, she immediately exudes a real summer feeling.
(Pictured) A girl recites the holy Quran during the ongoing month of Ramadan, in Srinagar, India, on April 28.
A Palestinian Musharati wearing a mask beats a drum to wake Muslims up to have the predawn meal before they start their long-day fast, in Nablus, Jerusalem, on April 28.
Volunteers distribute water, food and juice, to a fasting driver on a road in Menofia governorate, Egypt on April 27 during Ramadan.
One of the major stumbling blocks to the start of peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban has been a controversial prisoner swap. And in a televised address Sunday, Ghani said in addition to observing the Eid cease-fire, he would begin releasing Taliban prisoners again.
“As a responsible government, we want to take one further step besides declaring a cease-fire; we will expedite the release process of the Taliban prisoners,” he said. Ghani had previously halted prisoner releases earlier this month when he resumed offensive operations against the Taliban.
In the lead up to the Eid al-Fitr holiday, human rights groups were warning that civilians were increasingly bearing the brunt of increased violence in Afghanistan. “What many of us feel is an utter sense of exhaustion & grief, and anger at being caught in the middle of senseless & intensifying conflict,” tweeted Shaharzad Akbar, the chairwoman of Afghanistan’s human rights commission, last week.
The Taliban rejected previous calls to reduce violence or agree to a cease-fire to facilitate the response to the coronavirus pandemic in Afghanistan.
But in the lead up to the signing of the peace deal with the United States in February the Taliban agreed to a week-long reduction in violence that largely held nationwide. Violence during that period was reduced around 80 percent and fostered a rare atmosphere of hope in Afghanistan that it could be possible to halt decades of conflict.
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