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On return from US, Imran Khan vows to meet Afghan Taliban and try to initiate interaction with Ashraf Ghani government

Firstpost Wednesday, 24 July 2019
Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan said that he would meet with the Taliban after returning to his country, as part of efforts to end 18 years of war in Afghanistan.
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