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The US is demanding more of the Taliban in order to continue peace talks to end the war in Afghanistan secretary of state Mike Pompeii was traveling in Central Asia what we are demanding now is demonstrable evidence of their will and capacity to reduce violence to take down the threat the Taliban have kept up their tax hoping for better leverage in the talks and the US special envoy who is just a couple says there is no notable progress in those recent