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Taliban to top Karzai talks in Pakistan

Peace talks with Taliban likely to be high on agenda during Afghan president's visit to Pakistan on Monday.

Last Modified: 25 Aug 2013 13:45
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Peace talks with the Taliban are likely to be high on agenda during the Afghan president's visit to Pakistan on Monday.

Hamid Karzai is likely to seek support from Pakistan's new government on the issue.

The Afghan president hopes the meeting will produce results, because he says both countries want security.

Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse has more from Kabul.

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