Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has arrived in Tunxi for the talks, Russia's Interfax news agency cited a ministry spokeswoman as saying late on Tuesday
The first convoy of 50 trucks carrying wheat left Amritsar after a ceremony attended by Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla
A total of 55 officials and family members seek asylum and have been given temporary work visas while the US processes 100,000-plus applications
Imran Khan and Xi Jinping “called upon the international community to provide continued and enhanced assistance"
The funds have been frozen since the Taliban's military takeover in Afghanistan last August. A recommendation on what to do had been expected by Friday
The $508 million approved will cover the first quarter of 2022 and is almost entirely dedicated to funding government institutions
Many businesses are planning to move to Pakistan or Iran over challenges such as constant power outages that have paralysed the private sector
The country has “extremely strict” standards for issuing permits for prospecting for minerals, it said, so companies and individuals that do this without a permit risk being detained.
Big questions remain, including how to get funds into Afghanistan without exposing any financial institutions involved to US sanctions
China calls on US President Joe Biden to lift sanctions against Afghanistan and unfreeze $9 billion in central bank reserves
Tech giant reportedly takes down email servers that might lead to identification of personnel in US-led government
The Ehtesab – 'Accountability' – app run by a firm outside the country keeps residents in Kabul up-to-date on which parts of the capital are safe