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Taliban says prisoner release by Afghan government to start by end of March

Reuters Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
The Afghan government said on Wednesday that it would free 100 Taliban detainees on humanitarian grounds at the end of March, raising uncertainty about the fate of a prisoner release deal with the insurgents, who have demanded that 5,000 detainees be freed.
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