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U.S. Defense Secretary Visits Afghanistan To Restart Peace Talks

Newsy Sunday, 20 October 2019
Watch VideoDefense Secretary Mark Esper took an unannounced trip to Afghanistan on Sunday to restart peace talks with the Taliban. The renewed effort comes more than a month after President Donald Trump declared the negotiations "dead."

The U.S. and the Taliban reached a peace deal "in principle" in September. That...
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President Trump had cut off negotiations last month after the Taliban claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Kabul.

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