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Rally in Kabul as Taliban mark first year in power

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Rally in Kabul as Taliban mark first year in power

Rally in Kabul as Taliban mark first year in power

A crowd consisting of mostly Taliban militants attend a spontaneous rally at Kabul's Shah Massoud square as the hardline Islamists marked the first anniversary of their return to power in the country with a national holiday.


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