24 November 2014

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Ghani arrives today with eye on Taliban peace talks

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani will make his first state visit to neighbouring Pakistan Friday, seeking to improve ties that are crucial to his hopes of reviving Taliban peace talks as US troops end their 13-year war. Ghani and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif are expected to attend a cricket match between the two countries in Islamabad on Saturday, officials said, in a public demonstration of better relations despite fraught cross-border tensions.But diplomats say that Ghani’s presidency, which started in September,

Israel lifts age bar on Jerusalem mosque prayers

JERUSALEM: Men of all ages will be allowed to attend the main weekly Muslim prayers Friday at Jerusalem´s flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound for the first time in "months", a police spokesman said."No age limit on the Temple Mount, we´re hoping things will be calm and quiet today," spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld told.He was using the Jewish term for the Old City holy site that has been the scene of repeated disturbances for months.He added that "extra police units were deployed

IS, al-Qaida reach accord in Syria

ISTANBUL  Militant leaders from the Islamic State group and al-Qaida gathered at a farm house in northern Syria last week and agreed on a plan to stop fighting each other and work together against their opponents, a high-level Syrian opposition official and a rebel commander have told The Associated Press.Such an accord could present new difficulties for Washington s strategy against the IS group. While warplanes from a U.S.-led coalition strike militants from the air, the Obama

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