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World wonders how to aid Afghans without recognizing Taliban

By DW
06 September 2021   |   3:01 pm
As the United Nations resumes flying humanitarian supplies to parts of Afghanistan, the EU and other countries are debating how to increase aid to Afghans without lending credibility to the Taliban.

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