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Afghan CEO urges patience amid talk of US troops withdrawal

Seattle Times Wednesday, 23 January 2019 ()
Afghan CEO urges patience amid talk of US troops withdrawalDAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — Afghanistan’s chief executive is urging the world not to give up on his impoverished country after the Trump administration suggested the United States could withdraw troops. Afghanistan has struggled with corruption, political instability and a long Taliban insurgency, frustrating efforts to stabilize it. U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration last month indicated […]
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