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Afghan president supported start of U.S.-Taliban talks: U.S. general

Reuters Thursday, 7 March 2019
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani supported the initiation of peace talks between the United States and the Taliban despite his public concerns, a top U.S. general said on Thursday.

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