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Taliban vows to continue ‘jihad’ after Trump’s decision on war

By Reuters
22 August 2017   |   2:58 pm
The Afghan Taliban condemns U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to commit U.S. troops to an open-ended conflict in Afghanistan.

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