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Afghan President Ghani and rival Abdullah sign power-sharing deal

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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah sign a power-sharing deal, ending a bitter months-long feud that plunged the country into political crisis. The breakthrough, which sees Abdullah heading peace talks with the Taliban, comes as Afghanistan battles a series of crises, including a rapid spread of the deadly coronavirus and surging militant violence that saw dozens killed in brutal attacks last week. IMAGES of Afghan President Ghani and rival Abdullah signing a power-sharing deal

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