US-NATO mission in Afghanistan failed – Russian defence minister [EXCLUSIVE]

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Despite the US planning for full troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, they appear to still be trying to ‘watch what’s going on over the fence’ according to Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu

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