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US, Russia, China, Pakistan urge Taliban to immediately agree to ceasefire, begin talks with Afghanistan govt

Firstpost Saturday, 13 July 2019
The US, China, Russia and Pakistan have jointly urged the Taliban to agree to a ceasefire and begin direct negotiations with the Afghanistan government.
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