Taleban fighters have agreed to give up their hold on the city of Kunduz - the only city in northern Afghanistan still under their control, a CNN report said today.

Details of the surrender are being negotiated between two Taleban leaders and the Northern Alliance commander General Abdul Rashid Dostum in Mazar-e Sharif, the report said.

Citing Northern Alliance sources, the report said Afghan Taleban in fighting in Kunduz may have been offered amnesty in exchange for giving up the city. Foreign troops fighting for the Taleban have not been offered any deal.

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