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Face to face with the Taliban

July 2nd, 2013
01:28 PM ET

Diplomatic troubleshooter James Dobbins speaks with CNN's Christiane Amanpour about negotiation with the Taliban.

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  1. Rufus Reeta

    Won't Taliban rule be characterised by their Leaders marrying underage girls; Subjugation of Women; Abusive behaviour capped with 'God willing'; Forcibly sending kids on suicide missions in the name of Allah; killing whenever the murderous appepite rears its ugly head!!!

    July 3, 2013 at 5:22 am | Reply
  2. anwar

    you cant talk to Taliban about peace,they know only how to kill.if you follow their way of islam only then you can have peace with them.Taliban are like a wild creeper that grows on green trees and suffocates them to death,They have even made divisions in islam.One of their Talib can kill 40 t0 50 people in one blast.They have spread all overbecause no one confronted them seriously .

    July 4, 2013 at 4:18 am | Reply
  3. Apul M'Deek-Aoud

    KABUL, AFGHANISTAN—As members of the international press looked on, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton rode on horseback through the streets of Kabul Monday, dragging the mutilated remains of Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Jalil through the dirt behind her. "Graaaaaggghh!" Clinton shouted as a frenzied crowd of supporters shot AK-47s into the air. Earlier in the day, Clinton had led a band of mercenaries through rugged mountain terrain to hunt down Jalil, whom the former senator eviscerated with a single stroke of her gleaming scimitar. U.S. soldiers marched alongside the triumphant, blood-soaked Clinton to the center of Kabul, where she ordered the Taliban leader's gutted body be hung from the town's tallest spire, where "all may behold it." White House sources confirmed that upon returning to Washington, Secretary Clinton burst into the Oval Office, threw Jalil's head down on the president's desk, and let out a deafening war cry.

    July 5, 2013 at 6:13 am | Reply
  4. Joseph O A

    Will this save US and the world from the attrocities of this group?

    July 7, 2013 at 2:01 pm | Reply
  5. dina

    taliban is suporting the Previous President Morsi ...that's is an enough Reason to Dislodged and Dropping morsi from the Presidency of egypt

    July 7, 2013 at 3:57 pm | Reply
  6. KEVIN

    Too funny and ironic and humiliating and sad and infuriating that the United States military could not completely obliterate the Taliban in 11yrs. of work to do so.

    July 7, 2013 at 11:18 pm | Reply
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