Afghanistan economy on brink of collapse, Life in Kabul explained | 9 News Australia

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A White House reporter has said more refugees are expected to leave Afghanistan as its economy sits on the brink of collapse. An Australian photojournalist explains life in Kabul after the Taliban takeover. Subscribe and 🔔: https://bit.ly/2noaGhv | Get more breaking news at 9News.com.au: https://bit.ly/2nobVgF

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