US, Afghan Taliban Pause Peace Talks for One Day

The Afghan Taliban and the United States took a break from a seventh round of peace negotiations Friday, with the Taliban saying they had made "good progress" over the past six days toward agreeing on a timetable for foreign troops to leave Afghanistan. The insurgent group's spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, announced that the dialogue in Qatar "shall resume once again on Saturday." While the American side has been tight-lipped about the talks, Taliban officials insisted the two sides have "certainly made good progress" to conclude a draft text outlining a troop withdrawal timetable and guarantees that the Taliban will not support or allow transnational terrorist groups to use insurgent-controlled areas...............................

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