Afghans follow peace talks with Taliban closely

After 17 years of war, people wonder what is being debated or agreed upon on their behalf.

    About 2,000 kilometres away from Qatar, which is hosting yet another round of peace talks between the US government and the Taliban, Afghans in Kabul are watching the negotiations closely.

    Compelled to suffer for 17 years of war, they wonder what is being debated or agreed upon on their behalf.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports from Kabul.


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