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"You just sit and walk and look at the world and the city from the windows of your house," one woman said of what life was like under Taliban rule
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Bush said that he, on the other hand, "was due for some kind of reckoning"
Rice said there were some "bad tell-tale signs" that the Taliban was not willing to negotiate seriously with the U.S.