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Afghan president backs release of 400 Taliban prisoners

Video Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO - Duration: 03:04s - Published
Afghan president backs release of 400 Taliban prisoners

Afghan president backs release of 400 Taliban prisoners

Their release has been a pre-condition for the armed group to hold peace talks with the government.


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