Amrullah Saleh
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How secure is Afghanistan's future?

With two serious terrorist attacks in the Afghan capital Kabul in as many weeks, the insurgency is still going strong.

As NATO prepares to withdraw its troops by the end of 2014, the BBC's Security Correspondent Frank Gardner talks to Amrullah Saleh, Afghanistan's former intelligence chief, about the county's security prospects after coalition forces return home.

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