Azmat Khan

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After 13 years in Afghanistan, and the loss of 2000 American lives, victories have been hard to come by.

Americans Have Paid for "Ghost Schools" in Afghanistan

After 13 years in Afghanistan, and the loss of 2000 American lives, victories have been hard to come by.

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