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NPR's John Burnett reports from Peshawar, Pakistan, where Afghanistan's old mujahedin commanders are assembling to try to smooth out their differences. The Taliban ousted the mujahedin in 1996 — and now the mujahedin are hoping to regain a foothold in Aghanistan should the Taliban fall.