On Saturday, the U.S. and the Taliban will sign a provisional peace deal after nearly 20 years of war in Afghanistan. The milestone agreement comes after a largely successful reduction in violence over the past week. But even as hope surrounds the Qatar meeting at which representatives will formalize the agreement, questions remain about Afghan political unity. Nick Schifrin reports.
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