Taliban and Afghan government meet for 'historic' talks, raising hopes for peace


Representatives right now setting down face to face. This is a first in hopes of hammering out a peace agreement. As America continues to phase out his troops from Afghanistan that's still deep ideological differences between the Afghan government and the Taliban over issues such as women's rights the militants they want on Islamic system ofthe government's. Meanwhile, there have been grievous attacks against Afghan officials and civilians and the Taliban. They staunchly refused to take part in talks. Before the release of 5000 jailed militant something the U. S. Has really had to pressure the Afghan government to agree to that. ABC is Julia Macfarlane in Oregon residents in the town of

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