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  • Afghan Factions Edge Closer to Deal - The two main factions at talks in Bonn on the future of Afghanistan have agreed on the basic shape of an interim council to run the country, reports the BBC.
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  • Afghan Factions Open Key Talks - Rival Afghan groups meet for UN-mediated talks in Germany on the future of their country - as war continues to rage at home. BBC News.
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  • Afghan Factions Sign Landmark Deal - Delegates in Bonn sign a historic agreement setting up a new government to be led by Hamid Karzai, a Pashtun ally of the ex-king. BBC News.
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  • At-a-Glance Guide to Afghan Deal - BBC News outlines the two phases of the Bonn agreement to set up an interim Afghanistan government and details the key posts.
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  • Breakthrough at Afghan Talks - Afghan factions meeting in Bonn finally agree to a UN plan for rebuilding the country's political system in the wake of the Taleban regime. BBC News.
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  • Key Groups to Attend Afghan Talks - BBC's Pam O'Toole discusses the likely participants in a conference in Bonn to shape an interim government for Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban.
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  • Pressure Builds for Afghan Settlement - Talks between Afghan factions in Bonn focus on agreeing a small executive to run the country, as international pressure mounts for a deal, says BBC News.
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  • Serene Setting for Hard Afghan Talking - The calm German city of Bonn is due to see some tough talking when the UN assembles key Afghan factions there for talks on a new government, reports the BBC.
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