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Little Interest in Elections in Former Taliban Capital Kandahar

Electorates in former Taliban capital Kandahar are less interest about the upcoming Afghan presidential election.According to experts, one of the reasons for the lack of interest is because U.S President Final Trump backed out from peace talk between U.S government and Taliban~VOA NEWS

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