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Afghanistan's Taliban reject call for Ramadan ceasefire

Reuters Friday, 24 April 2020
The Taliban have rejected an Afghan government call for a ceasefire for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and to let authorities focus on tackling the coronavirus, raising new concern about prospects for a fragile peace process.
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