Taliban aim to sign deal with US by end of month: Report
"We have agreed to scale down military operations in days leading up to the signing of the peace agreement with the United States," Shaheen said. He added that the Taliban were "optimistic" a deal with Washington could be signed before the end of the month and that the reduction in fighting across the country would also include the targeting of Afghan forces.
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Taliban say they handed cease-fire offer to US peace envoy
Khalilzad has been pressing for a cease-fire but it wasn't immediately clear whether the Taliban proposal would be enough to allow for the on-again off-again talks between the Taliban and the US to restart, with the aim of eventually signing a peace deal.
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