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Your reports like those -- peace talks with the militants bear fruit and many twelve.
National security correspondent Jennifer Griffin tells us about one very controversial element and the negotiation.
In an effort to jump start peace talks with the Taliban just days after vice president Joseph Biden said the Taliban it's not our enemy.
The Obama administration is considering the release of six top Taliban commanders who were among the first prisoners sent to Guantanamo Bay after nine elevenths.
Among them Mohammed fossil whose assessment by the US military was outlined in a leaked State Department cable.
Detainee is assessed to be a high risk detainee is an admitted senior official of the Taliban government and served as chief of staff of the Taliban army.
Detainee is wanted by the UN for possible war crimes including the murder of thousands of Shiites.
I'm very dubious that the inner circle of Mullah Omar and other Afghan Taliban leaders has any interest in compromise and I'm a little worried.
That we delude ourselves into thinking we're headed out a successful path or make them think that somehow we're showing signs of weakness -- Mohammed fossil turned himself in to the northern alliance in November 2001 in Kunduz.
Proclaiming his desire for peace weeks later he was captured at the prison where -- had broken out in November.
And CIA operative Mike Spann was killed the first US casualty of the war.
He is a legend in pentagon court doors.
Military officials have been tight lipped about the proposed release of fossil pentagon spokesman George Little issued a statement.
The United States continues to supported Afghan led process of reconciliation.
They would in the insurgency.
We in the Afghan government have been clear about the conditions it would need to be met.
Insurgents would need to break from al-Qaeda abandon violence and abide by the Afghan constitution.
The former vice chief of the US army general Jack -- had this reaction from Kabul.
The White House is pushing for reconciliation.
As a way.
To terminate our involvement in Afghanistan much more rapidly.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai is so distrustful of US efforts to reconcile with the Taliban that he pulled out of those efforts recently.
After hearing the US was pushing Qatar to allow the Taliban to open an office in the gulf states capital -- -- You -- for thanks very much.
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