“A Taliban spokesman said Saturday that face-to-face negotiations with the South Korean delegation over the fate of 19 kidnapped aid volunteers have failed and future talks are unlikely.
After two rounds of in-person talks – with the last meeting held Thursday – the Taliban complained of lack of progress and said on Saturday that they are currently deciding the fate of the Koreans.
“The negotiations have failed. The Taliban leading council is making its decision now on the fate of the hostages,” spokesman Yousuf Ahmadi told Agence France-Presse.”
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