KABUL - Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai is leaving for a two-day visit to India where he is to meet with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and other senior officials, his spokesman said Wednesday.
KABUL - Afghan President Hamid Karzai inaugurated a new parliament Wednesday, ending a drawn-out political showdown with lawmakers over the opening date that had plunged the country deeper into crisis.
KABUL - President Hamid Karzai was expected Wednesday to open Afghanistan's second post-Taliban parliament amid tight security and in the wake of political wrangling between the president and lawmakers that plunged the country deeper into crisis.
KABUL - Given an increase in al Qaeda training activity in Pakistan, it is a more violent country than Afghanistan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai told the then British Prime Minister Gordon Brown in an August 2008 meeting, a diplomatic cable unveiled by the whistle-blower website WikiLeaks has revealed.
KABUL - British Prime Minister David Cameron was in Afghanistan Tuesday to hold talks with President Hamid Karzai, a presidential spokesman said.
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- Karzai, Gilani dismiss WikiLeaks’ revelations
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- Pakistani premier arrives in Afghanistan
- US President Obama in Afghanistan
- Afghanistan announces final election results
- Afghan election body disqualifies 19 poll winners
- Afghan president condemns joint US-Russia raid on drug labs
- Afghan president confirms receiving cash payments from Iran
- Afghan election body voids 1 million votes
- Senate report slams Afghan security contractors
- Afghan peace council holds inaugural session
- Uncertainty over US plans as war enters 10th year
- It's go-for-broke time on 9th anniversary of war
- Pakistan cuts NATO supply line after border firing
- Officials: NATO chopper kills 3 Pakistani troops
- Karzai weeps for Afghanistan’s prospects
- 3,600 complaints filed about Afghan vote
- Afghan government sets up 70-member peace council
- NATO says 3 detained Afghan journalists released
- Afghan president calls for release of journalists
- CIA Afghan paramilitary force hunts militants
- 4,000 complaints filed about Afghan vote
- Afghan warlords hedge bets, contest elections
- Observer group alleges widespread fraud in Afghan polls
- Voting ends in Afghan parliamentary elections (Evening Lead)
- Afghans cast ballots amid bombings, rockets (Second Lead)
- Afghans vote for parliament amid threats, attacks
- Afghans vote amid threats and scattered attacks
- Voting begins in Afghan parliamentary polls
- Polling opens for Afghan parliamentary vote
- Police: Rocket hits Kabul on Afghan voting day
- Karzai urges Afghans to vote, ignore Taliban
- Security tight for Afghan elections; Taliban attacks feared