KABUL, Afghanistan - Talks on an accord that would give the United States a continuing presence in Afghanistan after most American troops are withdrawn at the end of next year have progressed in Kabul.
President Hamid Karzai and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reached an agreement in principle Saturday on a deal to allow some American troops to remain after the pullout.
But Karzai and Kerry could not agree on who would have jurisdiction over American forces if U.S. soldiers commit any crimes.
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