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Afghan government ‘cannot be sidelined’ in peace talks

BBC News Friday, 15 February 2019
Afghan government ‘cannot be sidelined’ in peace talksIn a BBC interview, President Ashraf Ghani says his government is in contact with the Taliban.
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