Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, center right, and Indonesian president, Joko Widodo shake hands before the start of their official meeting at the Presidential Palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Massoud Hossaini)
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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani left open on Saturday the possibility for talks with militants who accept peace but said the door was closed to those who cause tragedies like recent attacks in the capital, Kabul.U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to dash any hope for peace efforts on Monday when he condemned the Taliban for the Kabul violence and rejected the idea of talks.Trump last year ordered an increase in U.S. troops, air strikes and other assistance to Afghan forces, to force the Taliban to negotiate.On Friday, Ghani accused Pakistan of being the "Taliban center" and said he was waiting for Pakistani action.
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