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Afghanistan's Neighbors Prepare For Post-2014 i
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December 21, 2012 4:44 PM
In the coming year, Afghanistan will continue to prepare to take over its security as international combat troops work to complete their pullout, set for 2014. As this happens, China, Iran and Pakistan are increasingly focused on the future of their war-torn neighbor. VOA correspondent Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad.

Afghanistan's Neighbors Prepare For Post-2014

Published December 21, 2012

In the coming year, Afghanistan will continue to prepare to take over its security as international combat troops work to complete their pullout, set for 2014. As this happens, China, Iran and Pakistan are increasingly focused on the future of their war-torn neighbor. VOA correspondent Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad.


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