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Trump says a U.S. peace deal with the Taliban is likely

Reuters Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
President Donald Trump said on Thursday he thinks there is a good chance the United States will reach a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan.
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The proposed deal would reportedly depend on the Taliban reducing violence in Afghanistan for seven to 10 days.

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