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Afghan Peace Talks: US and Taliban resume talks in Doha

Senior US and Taliban negotiators are meeting in Doha to discuss peace in Afghanistan. Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar arrived in Doha on Sunday for the four-day talks. More than 4-thousand civilians were killed in Afghanistan last year but it's hoped the Taliban can reach a deal with the government in Kabul to end the violence. TRT World correspondent Ali Mustafa reports from Doha in Qatar. #Taliban, #US, #Afghanistan

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Afghanistan Blast: Taliban claim bomb attack on Afghan police

Afghan govt and Taliban meet in Qatar

Afghan govt and Taliban meet in Qatar

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Talking To The Taliban

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Afghanistan's Path to Peace?

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President Erdogan says he'll discuss Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant with Putin

Africa Matters: Zimbabweans running out of time

Africa Matters: Zimbabweans running out of time

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Africa Matters: Kenya - Elections and Expectations

Four Palestinians killed in Israeli raid in occupied West Bank

Four Palestinians killed in Israeli raid in occupied West Bank

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Africa Matters: Nigerian bakeries below the breadline

Russia to release grain to world economy following deal mediated by Türkiye, UN

Russia to release grain to world economy following deal mediated by Türkiye, UN

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Africa Matters: Kenya votes in hope of change

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Africa Matters: DRC - Failing to Keep the Peace

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The World Health Organization has declared monkeypox a public health emergency

The World Health Organization has declared monkeypox a public health emergency

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