Taliban trains fighters in attempt to shift from insurgency to national security force

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Taliban trains fighters in attempt to shift from insurgency to national security force” – below is their description.

Months after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the former insurgents are trying to transform the country’s guerrilla fighters into a structured police force. They are being trained to secure the same border crossings that they once used to enter the country and launch attacks on US troops and Western-backed Afghan security forces.

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