Unease over US exit in Afghan valley where Soviets were routed

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Unease over US exit in Afghan valley where Soviets were routed
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Thirty years on, former mujahideen fighters recount the days of battling the Red Army in Afghanistan after the Soviet Union invaded the country in December 1979. The Soviets left the country for good on February 15, 1989 having suffered 15,000 losses — many in the unforgiving mountain passes of Panjshir.

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