The cancellation of the agreement between the US government and the Taliban has nothing to do with the loss of life.
US diplomats have been holding talks with Taliban representatives for months about a plan to withdraw thousands of American troops in exchange for security guarantees by the Taliban.
Taliban launched offensive against Farah city in western Afghanistan, officials say, in latest attack as US pushes for a peace deal that would allow it to begin withdrawing troops.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's comments come as the country marks a subdued 100th Independence Day and mourns at least 63 people killed in a bombing in Kabul claimed by a local Daesh-affiliate.
Afghanistan's security agency said a Taliban hideout was targeted and there were no civilian casualties. Civilian deaths have been increasing as the US and Taliban attempt to negotiate an agreement to end the 18-year war.
At least 35 people were killed and 27 others wounded in western Afghanistan when the bus they were travelling in hit a roadside bomb, officials say, a day after the UN warned civilians were dying at "shocking" levels in the war-torn country.
Afghan officials say a suicide bomber targeted a police vehicle in Jalalabad, capital of Nangarhar province.
Since Monday Taliban fighters have killed government forces personnel while storming several posts guarding Afghanistan's historic minaret of Jam in western Ghor province, officials say.
Afghan officials said Daesh captured six villages controlled by Taliban in Khogyani and Shirzad districts of Afghanistan, and that fighting has not stopped.
Foreign invaders and elite urban Afghans have long underestimated or ignored rural Afghanistan, and they have all paid the price of doing so.
Three US troops were killed in the suicide bomb attack outside Bagram Air Base north of Kabul while a contractor initially reported as killed is alive.
Colonel Qais Mangal, a Defense Ministry spokesman, says that at least 12 security forces have been killed during the past 48 hours, bringing the overall death toll to more than 40.
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