Afghan resistance leaders zero in on Congress as they press for international support

Ousted Afghan officials and the resistance are planning to form a government in exile. They're trying to find more allies on the Hill.

A person holds a sign asking President Biden to support the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan during a rally Sept. 8 at the Washington state capitol in Olympia. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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