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Taliban urges Trump to withdraw from Afghanistan

ANI News Tuesday, 15 August 2017
*Lahore [Pakistan], August 15 (ANI): The Afghan Taliban has sent an "open letter" to President Donald Trump, calling on the United States to leave Kabul rather than increase the number of troops to end America's longest war of 17 years in Afghanistan.*
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The Taliban tells Donald Trump in an open letter that sending in more troops to Afghanistan would be self-destructive, as the U.S. president weighs up extra boots on the ground. Samantha Vadas reports.

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