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The Taliban released two Western hostages who were held for more than three years. The Afghan government released three Taliban prisoners. The move could be a precursor to restarting peace talks.

Taliban Release 2 Hostages In Exchange With Afghan Government For 3 Prisoners

By Tom Bowman NPR
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