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Saudi renews call for Taliban to renounce Al-Qaeda

Islamabad : Pakistan | Feb 18, 2012 at 7:17 AM PST
Source: The Daily Star
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A senior Saudi official on Saturday called on the Taliban to lay down their arms and renounce Al-Qaeda as preconditions for Saudi-mediated peace talks with the Afghan government. "Saudi Arabia's conditions for mediation ... are that the Taliban lay down their weapons, engage in the political process... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Star
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