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Officials from the United States and the Taliban have agreed in principle to a peace framework that could eventually bring Afghanistan’s long-running war to an end, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan said Monday.
Despite a temporary end to the government shutdown announced Friday, federal workers who didn’t receive paychecks for the past 35 days may be looking into short-term loans to help pay bills.
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