April 16, 2012

Taliban Not Worried About NATO

Kim Sengupta, The Independent

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Yesterday's violence came as ministers prepare to meet in Brussels next week to discuss Afghanistan.

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TAGGED: Taliban, Afghanistan, NATO


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