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Questions Mount After Reports Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops

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Questions Mount After Reports Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. TroopsWatch VideoQuestions are mounting after a bombshell report that a Russian military intelligence unit paid the Taliban bounty to kill U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan. 

"The big picture here is that Russia hasn't been deterred in any way and, in fact, has become far more aggressive in terms of its subversive...
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