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AP: Taliban Reps Head To Russia After Trump Cancels Peace Talks

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AP: Taliban Reps Head To Russia After Trump Cancels Peace TalksWatch VideoA negotiating team from the Taliban recently arrived in Russia, just days after President Donald Trump's announcement that peace talks between the U.S. and the Taliban have been "called off."

The Associated Press reports that the delegation was in Moscow to hold consultations with Zamir Kabulov, the Russian...
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​The Associated Press reports the delegation was in Moscow to hold consultations with Russia&apos;s presidential envoy for Afghanistan.

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