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Abdullah sceptical of Taliban talks
Losing presidential candidate says leadership must win over Afghan people through good governance.
Last Modified: 22 May 2010 03:09 GMT

Abdullah Abdullah, the losing candidate in Afghanistan last presidential election, tells Al Jazeera that talking to the Taliban will not resolve the country's political problems.

He says the only way to resolve the conflict in his country is by winning over the Afghan people.

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