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America's top general meets with Taliban, calls for a reduction in violence

Por: CNN Politics December 17, 2020

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Washington (CNN)America's top military officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, met with representatives of the Taliban in Qatar during an unannounced trip this week through the Middle East. Milley met with Taliban representatives in Doha, Qatar as part of the military channel established in the US-Taliban agreement, Joint Staff Spokesperson Cmdr. Sarah Flaherty said in a written readout of the meeting. The Chairman... + full article



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