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US troops withdrawal: Afghan forces try to maintain calm in Achin

Video Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO - Duration: 02:56s - Published
US troops withdrawal: Afghan forces try to maintain calm in Achin

US troops withdrawal: Afghan forces try to maintain calm in Achin

NATO has suggested ISIL remains a concern in Afghanistan and has promised to support the Afghan forces for the next four years.


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Achin District Achin District District in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan