The US and Afghan presidents have "reaffirmed" their support for holding talks with the Taliban, despite an attack in central Kabul on Tuesday. Barack Obama and Hamid Karzai agreed in a video conference that a peace process was the surest way to end the violence, the White House said. They also reiterated their backing for a Taliban office in Doha. Three security guards and four militants died in the assault on the presidential palace and a CIA station.
WE OUGHT TOO BE HITTING BACK AT THEM TWICE AS HARD AND NOT IGNORING THEIR VICIOUS DUPLICITY WITH MORE NEGOTIATIONS.