In this photograph taken on October 18, 2015, an anti-Taliban armed Afghan fighter rides a horse during a patrol against Taliban insurgents at Jamshedi, on the outskirts of northern Faryab province. (AFP PHOTO / Wakil Kohsar)
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The leaders of Afghanistan and Pakistan agreed to work together to revive stalled peace talks with Taliban insurgents after meeting on the sidelines of a climate change conference in Paris, officials said.Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani met Monday amid heightened tensions over Kabul's accusations that Islamabad aided the Taliban in their brief capture of the northern Afghan city of Kunduz in late September. A Pakistan government statement late Monday said Ghani and Sharif had discussed the negotiations while they were in Paris.
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