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In Afghanistan, A Mix Of Surprise And Relief After Trump Cancels Taliban Talks

NPR Monday, 9 September 2019
The leader of a pro-democracy group in Kabul says most of his friends "are supporting the decision of Trump." The president called off a potential deal with the Taliban in a series of weekend tweets.
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News video: Trump says US-Taliban peace talks are 'dead'

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After calling off a secret meeting with Taliban leaders, Trump says as far as he's concerned US-Taliban talks are over.

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