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CNN goes on patrol with Taliban commander in busy Kabul district

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CNN goes on patrol with Taliban commander in busy Kabul district

CNN goes on patrol with Taliban commander in busy Kabul district

A Taliban commander goes on a public relations offensive as he walks the busy streets of Kabul’s financial district.

CNN’s Nic Robertson reports.


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