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REST IN PEACE. Opportunity Rover: Here are the best photos of his mission

1 of 10 Traces of NASA's opportunity rover can be seen on the Martian surface. (NASA) NASA announced Wednesday that the 15-year Opportunity Rover Mission has ended after the Rover disrupted communications with Earth during a June storm encounter , Opportunity's last communication with Earth was received on June 10, 2018. In the past eight months, NASA has attempted to …

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Nobel Peace Prize winner accused of sexual assault by six women

Oscar Arias of sexual assault, the Associated Press reported Wednesday. Carina Black, executive director of the Northern Nevada International Center at the University of Nevada at Reno, told the AP that Arias boxed against a wall at an elevator in 1998 and tried kissing her. The alleged assault came after Black spent a day accompanying Arias around the university for …

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U.S. Heightens Attacks on Taliban at Push Toward Peace in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON – The Pentagon has rioted in Afghanistan for the highest levels since 2014 in what it describes as a coordinated series of attacks on Taliban leaders and fighters. The surge, which started during Trump said he would start withdrawing troops and wind down the nearly 18-year war. The campaign appears to have been signed with the militants: During negotiations …

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Kushner unveils a business plan for peace in the Middle East: Report

President Donald Trump Donald John TrumpIvanka Trump heads the new initiative of the Women's Initiative for Women in the White House. Father says he traveled to Canada to taste his son's medicine, which would cost K in US Clinton: Trump's decision to suspend the nuclear deal with Russia – a gift to Putin & # 39; MORE 's senior adviser …

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Make peace with the Taliban

Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: About Apple Podcasts | Via RadioPublic | Via Stitcher Nearly 18 years ago the United States declared war on the Taliban and promised to drive it out of power in Afghanistan. Here's a look at why American officials now offer peace to the same group. Today's episode: Mujib Mashal contributed …

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The US withdrawal from Afghanistan requires that the government of Kabul and the Taliban first reach a peace agreement

U .S. Troops will not leave Afghanistan before the Afghan government and the Taliban have a ceasefire and a political peace plan, according to a new report. "Everything should be implemented at the same time," said a senior government official, Washington Post said. The official said a withdrawal of the US troops will not occur until several targets have been …

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US and Taliban fundamentally agree with the peace framework, says the envoy

KABUL, Afghanistan – US and Taliban officials have agreed in principle to the framework of a peace agreement in which the insurgents guarantee that Afghan territory will not be used by terrorists and this could lead to the complete withdrawal of American troops The truce and Taliban talks with the Afghan government were said by the United States' chief negotiator …

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Afghan women fear peace with the Taliban may be at war with them

KABUL, Afghanistan – When Rahima Jami heard that the Americans and the Taliban were close to a peace agreement, she thought about her feet. Jami is now legislator in the Afghan parliament, but in 1996, when the Taliban insurgents took power, she was headmistress – until she was forced out of her job and said she could only leave home …

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Air strikes in the Taliban area kill 29 Afghans despite peace talks

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan – Local Afghan officials accuse the US military of two air strikes that killed 29 people this week, most of them women and children, in heavy fighting in southern Helmand province, even though American diplomats may have peace terms negotiated Taliban. The reaction followed a familiar pattern in the long history of controversial air strikes in Afghanistan, with …

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