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House Foreign Affairs Panel Subpoenas Top Afghanistan Negotiator

NYTimes.com Thursday, 12 September 2019
The subpoena compels Zalmay Khalilzad, the special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation, to publicly brief lawmakers at a hearing on the administration’s plan for Afghanistan.
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