A tenuous peace has settled over Afghanistan following the defeat of the Taliban and al-Qaeda forces. The nation’s fighting men, who also battled invaders from the Soviet Union from 1979 until 1989, have been left with the daunting task of adjusting to civilian life.By ADNAN R. KHAN5 min
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