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Opinion: Not too late to preserve fragile progress in Afghanistan

By DW
14 August 2021   |   6:30 am
The international community must change its course in Afghanistan and stand by the people of the country to preserve the fragile progress that has been made over the past two decades and avoid even greater tragedy.

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