David Cameron meets Afghan troops
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Afghanistan: David Cameron hails 'mission accomplished'

Prime Minister David Cameron has said it will be "mission accomplished" when British forces leave Afghanistan next year, by helping to prevent the country from becoming a haven for terrorists again.

He was speaking during a visit to Helmand province. The Prime Minister said combat troops could leave next year with "heads held high" after a "job well done".

Caroline Wyatt reports.

  • 16 Dec 2013
  • From the section World
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