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Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says he left Afghanistan to stop "bloodshed and chaos" in a post to his Facebook page, but adds that he is "in talks to return" home after seeking refuge in the United Arab Emirates.

Added on the 19/08/2021 05:36:12 - Copyright : AFP EN

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