NATO Official Describes Talks With Taliban

The Afghan government is conducting secret meetings with Taliban leaders who are so significant that if the U.S. was not helping them enter Afghanistan, they would likely be killed by U.S. Special Forces. "Any insurgent seeking to enter into talks could be subject to that kind of targeting," Mark Sedwill, NATO's senior civilian representative in Afghanistan, told ABC News in an interview. The journey usually begins in Quetta, the headquarters of the Afghan Taliban leadership and a city...Full Story
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