MP3: Remember Afghanistan

07.06.2013

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Remember Afghanistan MP3

A senior Afghan official is imploring the west not to forget about his troubled country once they withdraw their troops. Australia's troops leave their base in Uruzgan Province later this year. Source: abc.net.au

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