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How Qatar's role in Afghanistan evacuations restored U.S. relations

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Qatar was a major player in the U.S. evacuation strategy in Afghanistan. The country helped airlift roughly 58,000 people from Kabul to Doha. NBC News’ Josh Lederman reports on how Qatar went from having a rocky relationship with the U.S. to being a key ally in the Mideast.