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Karzai wants a role in US-Taliban talks

Zia Sarhadi

Sha'ban 22, 14342013-07-01

With the opening of the Taliban office in Doha, Qatar, Hamid Karzai feels he will be left to hang high and dry if the Americans strike a deal with the resistance group. He has hit his now-familiar tantrum to be noticed. Will he get anywhere with it?

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Doha agreement ends Beirut stand-off with political victory for Hizbullah

Nasr Salem

Jumada' al-Ula' 27, 14292008-06-01

The election of Michel Sulayman on May 25 as Lebanon’s twelfth president closed the chapter on one of the longest political crises to have gripped the country since its ‘independence’ in 1943. Sulayman, a former commander of the armed forces, took oath of office immediately after he was elected with 118 votes out of the 127 legislators attending the parliamentary electoral session.


The West reasserts its global capitalist agenda at WTO summit in Doha

Abul Fadl

Ramadan 16, 14222001-12-01

Delegates at the World Trade Organization (WTO) conference in Doha, Qatar, emerged on November 14 from six days of intense haggling to announce a compromise agreement that sets out an agenda for a new round of talks.


Pressure lifts from Sudan as Eritrea signs peace deal

M.A. Shaikh

Muharram 30, 14201999-05-16

The peace deal signed in Doha, Qatar, by Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir and his Eritrean counterpart Issaias Afwerki on May 2 has left Sudanese opposition groups in disarray, with some, like former prime minister Sadiq al-Mahdi, simultaneously holding secret and separate talks with other Sudanese officials.


After Doha debacle, guarded optimism for Tehran summit

A Correspondent in Dubai

Sha'ban 01, 14181997-12-01

The failure of the fourth Middle East-North Africa (MENA) Economic Conference in Doha, Qatar (November 16-18), boycotted by most Arab countries despite strong US pressure to attend, has triggered guarded optimism that the summit of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC)...

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