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October 1, 2013 4:20 PM

Pakistani Taliban accept government offer of peace talks, propose cease-fire

The Pakistani Taliban announced Tuesday that they have accepted a government offer to hold unconditional talks about ending a six-year insurgency, but the move comes amid national public revulsion at a two-week wave of bombing attacks that has killed 300 people.

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