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PublishDate: Sunday, June 30, 201316:53

Prime Minister David Cameron said never

Currently, there are about 7,900 British soldiers are doing their duty in Afghanistan and in the descending phase forces.

British Prime Minister David Cameron visits Afghanistan to reassure the Afghan government and people of foreign troops will not withdraw completely from the country in 2014.

The visit of British Prime Minister David Cameron to the British military base in southern Afghanistan took place four days after the attack of Taliban forces against buildings near the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, and the headquarters of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Currently, there are about 7,900 British soldiers are doing their duty in Afghanistan and in the descending phase forces.

It is known, at present, there are about 7,900 British soldiers are doing their duty in Afghanistan and in the descending phase forces.
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