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Who was in control of Afghanistan when the U.S. and Allied forces invaded it in 2001? A. al-Qaeda B. the Taliban C. the Ba'ath Party D. the Mujahadeen
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The Taliban was in control of Afghanistan when the U.S. and Allied forces invaded it in 2001.
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