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Afghan government's chief executive on peace prospects

CBS News Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Just hours before President Trump called off U.S. talks with the Taliban, Afghan Government Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah told CBS News' Charlie D'Agata he worried "hurdles" to the peace process could arise.
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