WhatsApp has informed Turkey that its controversial new data-sharing rules will not come into effect in the country, the Turkish competition watchdog said on May Karzai holds Pakistan talks on Taliban peace quest. News World August 26 It is Karzai's first visit to Islamabad in 18 months and signals a desire by both countries to overcome distrust and hostility as 87, NATO combat troops prepare to leave Afghanistan next year.
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KABUL, Afghanistan - President Hamid Karzai has given up trying to talk to the Taliban, saying in a video released Saturday that Pakistan holds the only key to making peace with insurgents and must do more to support a political resolution to the war. Karzai revealed his tougher stance against Pakistan, which he claims is harboring militants, on the same day that the Afghan intelligence service said it has hard evidence that the assassination of former President Burhanuddin Rabbani was planned on the southern outskirts of Quetta, the Pakistani city where key Taliban leaders are based. Interior Minister Bismullah Khan Mohammadi went even further, stating in an Afghan parliamentary session that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency was involved in Rabbani's killing - an allegation Pakistan has denied. The claims follow similar accusations against Pakistan from the United States, reflecting the growing frustrations with a central player in the region whose cooperation is crucial even as its intentions are under question.