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Afghanistan-Taliban talks at risk as unrest continues

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Afghanistan-Taliban talks at risk as unrest continues

Afghanistan-Taliban talks at risk as unrest continues

There have been nearly 80 attacks in Afghanistan since the US and the Taliban signed a peace deal a week ago.


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