MP3: Taliban to Join Talks With Negotiators as Afghanistan Takes Control of Security

18.06.2013

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A breakthrough could be coming for the longest conflict in American history. Senior U.S. officials say they are scheduled to have direct talks with the Taliban and Afghan negotiators. The announcement came as international forces formally handed over full security control to Afghan authorities. Gwen Ifill reports. Source: pbs.org

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