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After Trump's Afghan visit, Taliban say they are ready to resume peace talks

Reuters Friday, 29 November 2019
The Taliban said on Friday they were ready to restart peace talks with the United States, a day after President Donald Trump visited U.S. troops in Afghanistan and said he believed the radical group would agree to a ceasefire.
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