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KABUL (Reuters) -Government officials in a western Afghan province said on Thursday they had negotiated "an indefinite ceasefire" with the Taliban to prevent further attacks on the capital of the province.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani meets regional leaders for talks in Uzbekistan on Thursday as deteriorating security in his country raises fears of a new Afghan refugee crisis with neighbouring Pakistan already ruling out taking any more.
PETALING JAYA: Different goals but nevertheless one that brings pride and joy to Asia.
(Reuters) - Swimming's world governing body (FINA) said sport's highest court has rejected an appeal from Uzbekistan's federation over its decision to invalidate results from two Olympic qualification meets and that it may now impose sanctions.
Global Times, July 12 - As the Chinese foreign minister is scheduled to visit three Central Asian countries on Monday, all close neighbors of Afghanistan, the timing is optimal as Afghanistan has become a regional hot spot following the withdrawal of US-led troops, Chinese analysts said.
PETALING JAYA: Uzbekistan coach Alexander Gasparyan does not see it as an impossible task to guide national high jumper Lee Hup Wei (pic) to reach the men’s high jump final at the Tokyo Olympics.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The U.S. exit from Afghanistan is a headache for Moscow which fears spiralling fighting may push refugees into its Central Asian backyard, create a jihadist threat and even stir civil war in one ex-Soviet state, a former Russian diplomat and two analysts said.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Boxing will start with a clean slate for the Tokyo Olympics following an acrimonious contest at the 2016 Games, with the sport's troubled governing body and all 36 of the Rio officials barred from any involvement in the competition.
BELGRADE: Central banks may be regaining their appetite for buying gold after staying on the sidelines for the past year.