International Donors Pledge $16 Billion In Aid To Afghanistan Over Four Years

TOKYO — Donor nations meeting at a conference on aid to Afghanistan here Sunday pledged $16 billion over the next four years for civilian projects from roads to schools to strengthening rule of law, in exchange for pledges from the Afghan government to combat corruption.
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