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In Surprise Visit To Afghanistan, Trump Says US In Peace Talks With Taliban

RTTNews Friday, 29 November 2019
President Donald Trump confirmed that his government resumed peace talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan, and claimed the joint efforts of U.S., Afghan security forces helped improve the security situation in the terror-stricken country over the past six months. Talking to reporters at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan, where he made a surprise visit on Thanksgiving Day, Trump did not commit a time
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