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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday the alliance will not withdraw its troops from Afghanistan "before the time is right", ahead of a discussion by defence ministers on the deployment. Taliban violence has surged in recent months amid stuttering peace talks with the Kabul government. The group has warned NATO ministers not to seek a "continuation of occupation and war". FRANCE 24's Shahzaib Wahlah tells us more.

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