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US-Taliban talks: Informal negotiations resume

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US-Taliban talks: Informal negotiations resume

US-Taliban talks: Informal negotiations resume

Taliban says it is willing to restart peace talks with US, as President Trump tells troops in Afghanistan he thinks group is ready to strike a deal.


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