Fighting follows Taleban peace talks
No ceasefire was agreed at the peace talks
The rival sides in the Afghan conflict have accused each other of launching military offensives just days after reaching an agreement to share power.
Rival Afghan forces fight before new year festival
08:02 a.m. Mar 20, 1999 Eastern
KABUL, March 20 (Reuters) - Rival Afghan forces fought near the capital Kabul on Saturday on the eve of the traditional Nauroz new year festival banned by the Taleban government, residents said.
Taliban accuse opposition of launching attacks, despite peace talks Sat 20 Mar 99 - 06:26 GMT
KABUL, March 20 (AFP) - Afghanistan's ruling Taliban Saturday accused the oppositon of putting the country's delicate peace process at risk by staging attacks across three provinces.
US terms for recognizing Kabul
By Our Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, March 19: The US will not recognize the Taliban or any authority as the government of Afghanistan until it is truly multi-dimensional, a senior US official said.
UNSC welcomes Ashgabat accord
WASHINGTON (NNI): UN Security Council has welcomed Ashgabat agreement between the Taliban and their opponent, reports VOA.
Afghan refugees clash in Miranshah claims six lives
MIRAN SHAH (NNI): Six people were killed and four wounded in a bloody clash between two Afghan refugee groups at Spinwam refugees camp at Mir Ali Tal road in North Waziristan agency on Friday.
Will Afghanistan have peace?
AS THE euphoria generated by the Ashkhabad accord subsides, questions have begun to be raised about the success of the Afghan peace talks in the Turkeman capital. The Taliban seem to be retracting somewhat from the
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