The Crossroads of Special Operations

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Warring Afghans meet to find peace after decades of war | Military Times

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On Saturday, the ceremony taking place consist of the start of a potential cease fire. The Taliban and the Afghanistan government started to voice their concerns and wishes. According to Mike Pompeo, the difficulty in getting a peace treaty is that both sides still dis trust each other. Some US troops have started to pull out of Afghanistan. They will continue to have negations on all kinds of topics including women’s rights, cease fires, and disarming of Taliban fighters.

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