Afghan Taliban Suspend Peace Talks With US -- Al Jazeera
Group says "erratic" US did not keep promises, while President Hamid Karzai demands foreign troops pull out of villages.
The Afghan Taliban have announced the suspension of all negotiations with the United States, talks that had been seeking an end to the decade-long war in Afghanistan.
"The Islamic Emirate has decided to suspend all talks with Americans taking place in Qatar from today onwards until the Americans clarify their stance on the issues concerned and until they show willingness in carrying out their promises instead of wasting time," the armed group said in a statement on Thursday.
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More News On the Collapse Of U.S. - Taliban Peace Talks
The Taliban Break Off Talks with U.S -- Time/AP
Taliban 'compelled' to end U.S. talks -- UPI
Afghan Taliban suspend peace talks with US -- Global Post
Taliban Halt Talks With U.S. -- RTT News
Afghan Taliban suspends preliminary talks with U.S. -- USA Today
Taliban Suspend Talks With U.S. as Afghan Anger Boils Over -- RIA Novosti
Taliban suspend talks with US as Karzai calls for troops to leave villages -- The Guardian
Karzai Calls on U.S. to Pull Back as Taliban Cancel Talks -- New York Times
U.S. says committed to seeking Afghan reconciliation -- Reuters
White House denies shifting approach to Taliban -- Boston Herald/AP