Why are UK and US sending more troops to Afghanistan?
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that 440 more British military personnel will join the Nato mission in Afghanistan. But how do the UK and US allies see their role in the country?
The additional troops will be ferrying international advisors safely around the country's capital city, Kabul, in their Foxhound vehicles in what has been dubbed "Armoured Uber". All part of the Nato mission to train, advise and assist the Afghan security forces.
For British soldiers and most of Nato's forces it is no longer a combat mission. It's now almost four years since British troops left... read more
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