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Large crowds jostle in front of banks in Kabul and queues have formed near foreign embassies a day after the last US troops left Afghanistan.

But the BBC’s Lyse Doucet says that for the majority of Afghanistan’s 40 million people, life is no different than it has been in recent days, despite the 20-year foreign military presence ending. .

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