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Taliban reject Afghan president's conditional prisoner release plan

Reuters Wednesday, 11 March 2020
The Taliban said on Wednesday a plan from the Afghan president to stagger the release of Taliban prisoners violated an accord they struck with the United States and they would not talk with the Afghan government until all 5,000 prisoners were freed.
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