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Aghans look ahead to election after Trump ends Taliban talks

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Aghans look ahead to elections after Trump ends Taliban talks. US President Donald Trump pledged to hit the Taliban "harder" than ever as America on Wednesday marked the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that led the country into war in Afghanistan.

Added on the 12/09/2019 17:44:10 - Copyright : AFP EN

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