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Left high and dry? What now for Afghanistan as US pulls out of Bagram?

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With US troops reportedly destroying equipment as they leave #Bagram Airbase, the centre of the country’s operations in #Afghanistan for most of its two-decade-long war, and the #Taliban continuing to advance, France 24’s international affairs editor Douglas Herbert looks at where the US pull-out leaves the country and its security forces.

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