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Afghanistan prepares for Taliban prisoner swap

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Afghanistan prepares for Taliban prisoner swap

Afghanistan prepares for Taliban prisoner swap

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is preparing to release 1,500 Taliban prisoners beginning this week according to a decree viewed by Reuters on Tuesday (March 10), after the U.S. agreed last month to begin withdrawing U.S.-led foreign forces so long as the Taliban keeps its commitments.

Ryan Brooks reports.

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