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Taliban Fighters Attack Afghan City of Kunduz Amid Talks to Finalize U.S. Withdrawal

Taliban Fighters Attack Afghan City of Kunduz Amid Talks to Finalize U.S. Withdrawal


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KABUL—Taliban fighters stormed the northern Afghan city of Kunduz on Saturday, U.S. and Afghan military officials said, even as negotiators for the hard-line Islamist militia seek to finalize a U.S. troop withdrawal deal with American negotiators in Qatar.

The Taliban, who are demanding that U.S. and all other foreign forces leave Afghanistan, struck Kunduz, one of the country’s largest and most strategic cities, at about 1:30 a.m. local time, attacking it from three sides, the officials said.

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