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Fourteen Taliban surrender in Afghanistan: governor

Fourteen Taliban rebels linked to a commander who is on a US list of most wanted militants have surrendered as part of an Afghan government amnesty, a governor said. The group surrendered in troubled Paktika province south of Kabul on Wednesday and promised to give up a secret stash of weapons and to support the government, provincial governor Mohammed Gulab Mangal told AFP on Wednesday. “Fourteen Taliban who were actively fighting the government surrendered and joined us today,” the governor said. Full Story

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