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US In Peace Talks With Taliban – Obama

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The US is engaged in peace talks with the Afghan Taliban.

In a televised message to fellow Americans from Bagram base during his surprise one-day visit to Afghanistan, US President Barack Obama said Washington, in close coordination with the Afghan government, was involved in ongoing consultations with various Taliban officials.

Obama said that the US was sending a clear signal to the rebels that they could find a place for themselves in a new Afghanistan if they break away from Al Qaida, renounce violence and live by the laws of the land.

Those who refuse to embark on the road to peace will face the Afghan security forces, supported by the US and its allies, Obama warned.



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    May 2, 2012 at 1:44 pm
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    The uS has never kept one peace agreement with anyone…not even with it’s own people…and is currently engaged in a cold war using methods once considered as terrorism for political reasons…one of the aorst idealologies and not the least bit moral.
    Whoever the members of the Tel;ban are…they know the uS agreements are short lived…and usually change as the ones that sign the agreement, walk away…if for any reason due to the influence of another agreement somewhere else around the globe abstractly causing the agreement to be of no use.
    The uS is good at one thing…wasting everyone’s labor and has been for centuries.
    Everyone have a pleasurable day…

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