Afghans fear Trump’s Taliban move means more civilians die

    KABUL, Afghanistan --- The sound of the blast ripped through Kabul, in an instant wrenching the Afghan capital's attention from a nationally televised interview in which a United States envoy revealed the first details of a deal to end America's longest war.   Last week's Taliban car bomb targeted a foreign compound but instead shredded Afghan homes, with stunned and bloodied families picking up children and fleeing in darkness as their once-solid world collapsed. One family saw 30 relatives wounded --- many of them women --- including a son still healing from an attack the year before.   "Our only hope was peace," Hayat Khan, the family's 54...

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