WASHINGTON (AP) – Like his two most immediate predecessors, United States (US) President Donald Trump marked the anniversary of the September 11 attacks in a speech at the Pentagon and, like them, still unable to end America’s longest war, in Afghanistan. Trump’s 9/11 speech on Wednesday came just five days after he called off US talks with the Taleban, abruptly ending nearly a year of hopeful negotiations by a State Department envoy who said he was on the “threshold” of a peace agreement aimed at ending the conflict. More details in Friday’s Borneo Bulletin

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