Afghan security chief warns of ISIS «connections» in U.S.

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Afghan security chief warns of ISIS  «connections»  in U.S.

The mission to destroy al Qaeda continues 18 years after 9/11. A top Afghan security official told CBS News they've found "connections" between al Qaeda and ISIS fighters and the U.S. Charlie D'Agata reports from Kabul.

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