US open door to peace talks with Taliban

19 June 2013

ABC News 24

US officials have announced their intention to meet with Taliban leaders in the next few months for direct peace talks, a serious step forward in the Afghanistan conflict. Lecturer Adam Lockyer discusses the latest developments and what we can expect from the talks.

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