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US announces formal peace talks over Afghanistan with Taliban MP3

The United States and the Afghan government will sit face to face with the Taliban holding direct peace talks, in an attempt to find a political solution to the war in Afghanistan. But just hours after the White House announced it would begin formal talks, four US soldiers were killed at Bagram Airbase near Kabul. Source: abc.net.au

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