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How Afghanistan is trying to outflank Pakistan over Taliban How Afghanistan is trying to outflank Pakistan over Taliban

KABUL: Afghan officials are pushing to create a "safe zone" for Taliban insurgents in a bid to wean them away from traditional sanctuaries inside Pakistan, in a radical and contentious strategy to de-escalate the conflict. The plan underscores...

     
     
 

     
 
 
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