The Young CIA Agent Who Infiltrated the Taliban, What Wall Street Really Thinks of Trump

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On 3/18/14 an Afghan soldier (L) attached to the 4th Brigade, 201 Army Corps of the Afghan National Army (ANA) stands next to a crater after an IED was triggered by insurgents using a mobile phone.

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