Taliban in control of £15bn war chest
Daily Record|November 08, 2021
THE Taliban were able to overrun Afghan capital Kabul in a matter of months partly because of their £1.2billion annual income.
CHRIS HUGHES

THE Taliban were able to overrun Afghan capital Kabul in a matter of months partly because of their £1.2billion annual income.

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