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Govt, Taliban committees agree to continue talks

24 April, 2014
ISLAMABAD: The government and the Taliban negotiating committees on Wednesday agreed to continue the peace talks.

Member of the Taliban committee Professor Ibrahim Khan, talking to APP, after a joint meeting of both the committees here, said the direct meeting between the government negotiation committee and Taliban Shura would be held in a week's time.

He said all issues would be discussed in the direct meeting.Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan ... read more

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