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America has allegedly given aid worth more than 150 million dollars to companies in Afghanistan that are suspected of links with terrorist organizations. The revelations come from an investigator who was specially appointed by the U.S. Congress. RT’s Gayane Chichakyan looks at the story.

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The U.S., rather than the local courts in Afghanistan, will have jurisdiction over its troops – which will stay in the country past next year. That’s according to a draft security deal which could still change after the Afghan assembly meets on Thursday. For more on this, RT talks to Michael Prysner who fought in Iraq before becoming an anti-war activist

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Lets not discount the need for the US to be involved in the opium and subsequent heroin production in Afghan. After all, this is where the money is to feed the US led addiction onto its own population and warmongering…