(FILES) In this photograph taken on November 10 ,2015, staff members gather outside the damaged Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital in Afghanistan's city of Kunduz. AFP PHOTO / Najim RAHIM / FILES
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The United States warned its citizens in Kabul Monday of an "imminent attack" in the city within the next two days, amid renewed official efforts to revive stalled peace talks with the Taliban.The U.S. embassy in Kabul urged extreme caution during this period of "heightened threat" but gave no details on potential targets or methods of the planned attack.Kabul has turned increasingly bitter over Islamabad's backing for the resurgent Taliban, who have intensified attacks on Afghan government and foreign targets in recent months.
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