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Trump says Taliban talks back on during visit with troops in Afghanistan

France 24 Thursday, 28 November 2019
US President Donald Trump said Thursday that he had resumed talks with Taliban insurgents as he made a surprise trip to Afghanistan to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with troops.
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