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The Fate Of Afghanistan In The Hands Of These Soldiers

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The Fate Of Afghanistan In The Hands Of These Soldiers

The Fate Of Afghanistan In The Hands Of These Soldiers

According to Business Insider, As US and Taliban officials move closer to reaching a deal during ongoing peace talks, the fate of Afghanistan may soon rest in the hands of its national army soldiers.

The US-led NATO mission shifted its focus towards training these security forces in 2014, drawing back combat troops in an attempt to hand control to the Afghan government.

However, Afghan's security forces have borne devastating losses in the fight against the Taliban and other insurgent groups.

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