New Afghan leaders sworn in

Investor's Business Daily
September 2014
Investors Business Daily;9/30/2014, pA02
After being sworn in as president, Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai swore in his election challenger, Abdullah Abdullah, as chief executive, fulfilling his promise to share power and defuse election tensions. The changes allow Afghanistan to agree to permit U.S. soldiers to remain in the country past the end of the year.


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