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12.2.2020    NDS Forces arrest 9 ISIS sympathizers from a landmark mall in Kabul city

The Special Forces of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) arrested 9 sympathizers of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist during an operation in Kabul city. According to a statement released by NDS, the Special Forces of the Directorate arrested the ISIS sympathizers during a raid which they recently conducted in Gulbahar Center. Led by Haris who is based out of Afghanistan, the group had established a shop ‘Dar-ul-Hejab’ in the second floor of Gulbahar Center, a property dealership in Qala-e Musa and a money exchange shop in Sarai Shahzada. The statement further added that Haris had established the businesses with the support of Mohammad Edris in Kabul city in a bid to provide financial support to the terror group. The National Directorate of Security also added that Haris collected a considerable amount of money in European countries under the pretext of supporting the poor Muslims and channeled the funds to ISIS group in Afghanistan. The detained ISIS sympathizers transferred the funds to various provinces of Afghanistan to help cure the wounded ISIS fighters and their family members, NDS added.

12.2.2020    Trump conditionally approves peace deal with Taliban

The U.S. President Donald Trump has conditionally approved a peace deal with the Taliban group, more than a year after Washington entered into direct peace negotiations with the Taliban political leaders. Afghan and American officials privy of the development have told The New York Times that deal will only be signed if Taliban prove their commitment to a durable reduction of violence. The officials further added that Taliban group will have to prove its commitment over a test period of about seven days later this month in a bid to pave the way for the signing of the deal. The deal, if signed, will result in gradual withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan and the subsequent launch of direct negotiations between Taliban and Afghan leaders. A senior Taliban leader has also confirmed to Times that were positive movements during the latest round of negotiations with the U.S. representatives. This comes as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday apprised Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah about the developments in U.S.-Taliban peace talks focused on reduction of violence. The Office of Chief Executive said in a statement that Secretary Pompeo apprised Chief Executive Abdullah about the developments during a telephone conversation. The statement further added that Secretary Pompeo expressed hopes that the recent developments would pave the way for the signing of a bilateral agreement, launch of intra-Afghan talks and attainment of eternal peace in Afghanistan, the statement added.

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