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Troops protect people in Afghan climate protest

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 00:50s - Published
Troops protect people in Afghan climate protest

Troops protect people in Afghan climate protest

Troops atop an armored personnel carrier and on foot, their rifles at the ready, protected about 100 of Kabul's young, who are worried that if war doesn't kill them, climate change will.

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