US general denies ISIS fighters treated like ‘honored guests’
| by Travis J. Tritten
8/8/2018 2:38 PM EST
The commander of U.S. Central Command on Wednesday pushed back against reports that Islamic State fighters were being treated like “honored guests” by the Afghan government.
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