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EU chief pledges extra 100 mn euros in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan


EU chief Ursula von der Leyen vows to boost humanitarian aid to Afghanistan as she pledges the 27-nation bloc stands "by the Afghan people". SOUNDBITE

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