Abdullah Says Release Of Taliban Prisoners 'Beneficial' For Peace Process.

Afghanistan's former Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah says the release of Taliban prisoners by the government would be beneficial for both sides and would help move the Afghan peace process forward.

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