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In U.S. pursuit of peace talks, perilous rift opens with Afghan leader

Reuters Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Washington's relationship with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani appears increasingly at risk of permanent damage, the consequence of a U.S. policy shift that has so far excluded his government from talks with the Taliban and of his own determination to retain power and manage peace efforts himself.
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