After Trump's Kabul visit, Taliban says ready to resume peace talks
Friday, 29 November 2019 The Taliban said on Friday they were ready to restart peace talks with the United States, a day after President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan and said he believed the radical group would agree to a ceasefire.
A Taliban spokesman told Reuters that the radical group is ready to restart peace talks. The news comes a day after U.S. President Donald Trump's surprise visit to Afghanistan, and his comments that the Taliban wanted to make a deal. Frankie McGuire reports.
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