Last year, the Trump administration signed a deal with the Taliban that would have U.S. and NATO troops out of Afghanistan by May 1. But with the U.S. presence in the country about to enter its third decade, peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government are stalled, and violence remains high. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports.
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