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A reduction in violence that begins tomorrow is a step towards a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the two sides hope to sign the deal on February twenty ninth as long as the week long reduction in violence holds a Taliban leader took the rare step of writing an op ed in The New York Times confirming the delete wrote that for four decades precious Afghan lives have been lost and everyone is tired of