At least 9 people have died in an attack targeting the military in Helmand province.
Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of Afghanistan's High Council for National Reconciliation that is overseeing Kabul's peace push, said after several small-group meetings in Doha, the issue had been resolved "to a large extent."
At least 14 civilians have been killed by a roadside bomb in central Afghanistan, officials say.
Afghanistan's top official in negotiations with the Taliban, Abdullah Abdullah, meets Pakistani officials in Islamabad, in talks aimed at ending decades of war and a reset of bilateral ties.
Afghanistan today stands at a turning point.
The clashes came a day after the Taliban said they had killed 28 Afghan paramilitary policemen in Uruzgan in southern Afghanistan.
The proposals hinge on member states volunteering to ease the load on countries that see the most migrant arrivals by sea either by taking in refugees or providing logistical support or deporting rejected applicants.
As the Taliban regains influence in Afghanistan it will look to shake its tag as a proxy force.
Afghan villagers say 24 civilians were killed in air strikes on Saturday in northern Kunduz province, contradicting government claims of killing 30 Taliban fighters.
Afghan officials say strikes on Taliban positions killed 30 fighters in northern Kunduz province, but Taliban says the botched raid killed 23 civilians instead.
Overnight fighting broke out in three districts of Nangarhar province as the Afghan government and the Taliban are at the negotiating table in Doha.
A long-term peace can only be achieved through a national, regional and international consensus.
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