Afghan Neighbors Worried About End Of War08:39
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By the end of next year, all U.S. combat troops are due to leave Afghanistan. As the pullout becomes a reality, there is growing concern in the region.

BBC host James Coomarasamy has been gauging the mood in two Central Asian neighbors: the former Soviet republics of Tajikistan - with which it shares a border - and Kyrgyzstan, where — for the time being at least — the United States has its largest military base in the region.

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This segment aired on October 9, 2013.

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