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US transfers funds meant for Afghanistan, Pakistan security forces to build Donald Trump's Mexico border wall

Firstpost Sunday, 12 May 2019
The United States is transferring $1.5 billion originally meant for the Afghan security forces and the Pakistan military to a fund to help pay for construction of the US-Mexican border wall, according to acting US Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan.
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