AP – President Barack Obama’s choice for U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan insisted on Wednesday that the United States must continue its multibillion-dollar investment to achieve a “good enough” government in Kabul that would prevent the country from backsliding into a sanctuary for terrorists.
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