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Pakistan Wants Afghan Leaders to Review 'Fragmented' Approach to Taliban Peace Talks Pakistan Wants Afghan Leaders to Review 'Fragmented'...

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan has called on Afghan leaders to review their “fragmented” approach to peace talks with the Taliban on containing and ending the resilient insurgency, instead of blaming Islamabad for the deteriorating security...

     
     
 

     
 
 
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