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Can the Taliban Be Stopped?

The killing of 95 people in Kabul shows the group's continued ability to strike at the heart of Afghanistan. What does that mean for Donald Trump's strategy there?
Source: Mohammad Ismail / Reuters

Authorities in Afghanistan said at least 95 people were killed and about 158 others wounded on Saturday after Taliban militants drove an ambulance filled with explosives past a police checkpoint in Kabul and detonated the vehicle on a crowded street open mainly to government workers. Authorities expected the death toll to increase as more victims were being brought to hospitals in

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