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The Ghanis discuss peace, Covid and Afghanistan's future

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The Ghanis discuss peace, Covid and Afghanistan's future

The Ghanis discuss peace, Covid and Afghanistan's future

Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani and First Lady Rula Ghani speak exclusively with Amanpour about talks with the Taliban, coronavirus, and relations with the US.


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