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''The bombing that took place yesterday was callous, cruel and cowardly''

Britain and Spain will leave Afghanistan today as the evacuation deadline looms, with last-ditch ...

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17.39 27 Aug 2021


''The bombing that took place yesterday was callous, cruel and cowardly''


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17.39 27 Aug 2021


Britain and Spain will leave Afghanistan today as the evacuation deadline looms, with last-ditch flights leaving Kabul throughout the day. 

Tensions have escalated since the twin bomb blasts yesterday which killed 85 people.

Anton was joined by Mark Little, CEO of Kinzen as well as former Washington Correspondent, with his analysis of what’s happening, and former Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore, now the EU Special Representative for Human Rights...

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