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Indian officials travel to Kabul for talks on aid distribution

By France24
03 June 2022   |   2:33 pm
India had supported Afghanistan's previous, Western-backed government. Since the Taliban took over, Afghanistan's humanitarian crisis has left millions of people at risk of hunger.

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