ZABUL PROVINCE, AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 14: In this photo provided by ISAF Regional Command (South), Spc. Daniel Miller (L) and Spc. Daniel Scott provide security as members of Provincial Reconstruction Team Zabul make their way to a canal project site June 14, 2011 in the Zabul Province of Afghanistan. The Obama administration is considering withdrawing 30,000 troops from Afghanistan over the next 12 to 18 months. (Photo by Sgt. Brian Ferguson/U.S. Air Force via Getty Images) (U.S. Air Force/GETTY IMAGES)

Meanwhile, the Taliban said it was suspending preliminary peace talks with the United States because of Washington’s “alternating and ever-changing position,” and accused U.S. officials of reneging on promises to take meaningful steps toward a prisoner swap.

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