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Taliban kills 28 police officials as Doha peace talks continue

WorldNews Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Taliban kills 28 police officials as Doha peace talks continueOfficials said the Taliban launched a wave of attacks on security checkpoints in southern Afghanistan overnight. ......
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