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No end in sight for U.S. war in Afghanistan after talks collapse

CBS News Monday, 9 September 2019
President Trump announced that secret talks with the Taliban over U.S presence in Afghanistan, to be held at Camp David, were suddenly broken off. Charlie D'Agata reports from Kabul on the Afghan government's response; then, "Face the Nation" host Margaret Brennan offers insight into why the clandestine negotiations failed.
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President Donald Trump’s decision to cancel Afghan peace talks will cost more American lives, the Taliban said on Sunday while the United States promised to keep up pressure on the militants, in a stunning reversal of efforts to forge a deal ending nearly 20 years of war in Afghanistan. Lisa...

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