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Afghanistan’s Loya Jirga Approves US Security Deali
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November 24, 2013 9:38 PM
In an historic decision, Afghanistan’s assembly of tribal and community elders, or Loya Jirga, overall approved a multi-page Bilateral Security Agreement with the United States. But as Sharon Behn reports from Kabul, it is still unclear when the deal will be signed.

Afghanistan’s Loya Jirga Approves US Security Deal

Published November 24, 2013

In an historic decision, Afghanistan’s assembly of tribal and community elders, or Loya Jirga, overall approved a multi-page Bilateral Security Agreement with the United States. But as Sharon Behn reports from Kabul, it is still unclear when the deal will be signed.


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