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Taliban rule out peace talks with the Afghan government until prisoners are released

Fighting has resumed between Afghan security forces and the Taliban, barely two days after the US signed what was billed as a historic agreement with Taliban officials. And, now the group has refused to take part in the talks with the Afghan government, which is one of the conditions of the deal. Sally Ayhan takes a look at where things stand. #TalibanPeaceDeal #Afghanistan #USAfghanistan

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US and Taliban reach a week-long truce

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Talking To The Taliban

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Afghan govt and Taliban meet in Qatar

Afghan govt and Taliban meet in Qatar

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AUKUS Alliance: Will It Create More Conflict Than Connections?

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Lebanon: Can New Government Tackle Economic Collapse?

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Iran Agrees to Let International Observers Monitor Its Nuclear Facilities

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20 Years Since Sept 11 Attacks and US Foreign Policy

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Will the Newly Announced Taliban Government Get International Recognition?

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Guinea: Military Coup Aims to End Corruption

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