U.S., Taliban Sign Deal Meant to End America’s Longest War

DOHA, Qatar—The U.S. and the Taliban signed a historic deal Saturday intended to conclusion America’s longest war and pave the way for Afghan factions to deliver eighteen many years of high-priced preventing in their country to an conclusion.

To the shouts of “God is great” by Taliban leaders, a co-founder of the insurgent group and a top American diplomat shook arms on a plan that calls for the U.S. to pull all its forces out of Afghanistan more than the following fourteen months. In exchange, the Taliban pledged to go over a long-expression cease-fireplace with the Afghan government…

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Malaysia Names New Prime Minister, Capping Week of Political Turmoil

Malaysia’s palace named previous dwelling affairs minister Muhyiddin Yassin as the future prime minister after a 7 days of political chaos that started with the country’s 94-calendar year-previous leader Mahathir Mohamad’s abrupt resignation on Monday.

But Mr. Mahathir, who was appointed interim prime minister after his resignation, contested the appointment, indicating he experienced the aid of the bulk of members of parliament to proceed as prime minister and that the information and facts that Mr. Muhyiddin experienced conveyed to the King about his stage of aid…

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