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Europe wants to deport so many Afghans that Kabul airport might get a new terminal

BRUSSELS — Western and Afghan officials gathered Wednesday for a feel-good conclave to pledge billions of dollars in development aid to the struggling country. The feel-bad topics may have been stuffed into a late-night news release the night before. Announced with little fanfare, Europe just got Afghanistan to agree to accept an unlimited number of […]
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