Top 5 Worst US Projects in Afghanistan

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In the wake of the chaos surrounding the US’ withdrawal from Afghanistan, one thing’s been highlighted quite a lot – the cost.

And, with over $2 trillion spent in total, some of the projects that the White House splashed out on erred on the side of…ridiculous.

Butchy Davy takes a look.

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