Doha/UNI: Indirect negotiations between Iran and the US over the Middle Eastern nation's tattered nuclear deal with world powers ended in Qatar without making any significant progress amid a growing crisis over the Islamic Republic’s atomic programme, Khaleej Times reported on Thursday.
Washington: The US Statedepartment on Sunday said talks between the American delegation and Taliban in Doha was 'candid and professional'.
Washington/UNI/Sputnik: A group of Afghan pilots are expected to be transferred to a US military base from Uzbekistan this weekend, under a new agreement between the US and Uzbek governments, The Wall Street Journal reported citing people familiar with the matter.
Doha: Amid continued fighting in Afghanistan, senior leaders of the Afghan government and the Taliban, the main Afghan insurgent group, held discussions in Doha, Qatar in a bid to fast-track the already stalled peace process.
The Taliban is ready to resume talks with the Afghan government in Doha, Qatar, the group’s spokesperson Mohammad Naeem said, without giving any timeline regarding when the negotiation will start.
Doha/IBNS: After nearly 19 years of hostilities, United States signed a peace deal with Taliban which came after months of negotiations between the representatives of the two sides here.
Doha, Dec 3 (IBNS): Qatar on Monday announced its decision to withdraw from Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in order to focus on increasing production of natural gas.
New York, Jan 19 (JEN): Conflict is not always linear, with a clear beginning, middle and end, the President of the United Nations General Assembly said Thursday, urging a new approach to peace that requires action at all stages of the conflict cycle.
New York, Apr 15 (IBNS): With human trafficking now a global criminal enterprise generating billions of dollars every year, United Nations officials stressed on Tuesday during a high-level event at the UN Crime Congress in Doha, Qatar, that victims of the crime need broad based assistance for their recovery.