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Youngest Afghan mayor urges end to dialogue with Taliban government
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EU will talk to the Taliban but will not recognise government: Borrel
EU cooperation with the Taliban is dependent on five conditions, including preventing the export of terrorism and respect for human rights.
EU agrees to rely on Afghanistan's neighbours to avoid migrant crisis
The EU is keen to avoid a repeat of the 2015 migration crisis when more than one million migrants arrived at the bloc's external borders.
EU evacuates diplomatic staff and Afghan allies from Kabul
The European Union has finalised the evacuation mission from Afghanistan, brining back its diplomatic service together with over 400 Afghan allies and family members.
'EU must intervene before Afghan refugees arrive at external borders'
Ylva Johansson said the European Union must support countries neighbouring Afghanistan to help them host displaced people fleeing the Taliban rule.
Could the EU use an old, obscure law to manage a new refugee influx?
Yes, but whether it would get any support in European capitals is another matter.
Borrell: EU stops development aid to Kabul until it talks with Taliban
The EU's foreign policy chief says dialogue is necessary as the Taliban have "won the war" but does not imply formal recognition of the new Afghan regime.
Why is the EU pledging €1.2 billion to Afghanistan?
The EU has pledged €1.2 billion to Afghanistan over the next five years. But why and what does the bloc gain?
NATO anxiety quelled with reassurance from acting US Defense Secretary
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan stands behind strong NATO after unease following his predecessor's resignation.
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