World wary of Taliban government as Afghans urge action on rights and economyAsia Pacific · 9:45 PM UTC
Foreign countries greeted the makeup of the new government in Afghanistan with caution and dismay on Wednesday after the Taliban appointed hardline veteran figures to top positions, including several with a U.S. bounty on their heads.
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