Visiting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani receives a bouquet from a Pakistani youth during his arrival at the Nur Khan air base in Rawalpindi on November 14, 2014. (AFP/Farooq NAEEM)
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Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani, arrived Friday in Pakistan for a two-day visit aimed at improving ties between the two neighbors often encumbered by mutual suspicion and accusations.Ghani's predecessor, Hamid Karzai, often blamed Pakistan for harboring the Afghan Taliban and other militants accused of attacking NATO forces in Afghanistan.Ghani also has hopes the visit will help him find a way to revive peace talks with the Taliban and that Pakistan could persuade the insurgents to join a reconciliation process.Pakistan itself has been a victim of terrorism.
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