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‘Loser superpower’: Russian senators claim US campaign in Afghanistan ended in failure

Members of the Russian upper house have stated that the 16-year US military campaign in Afghanistan had ended in failure and reiterated a call for Washington to withdraw troops from that country. Read Full Article at
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