Lawyers representing the families of American soldiers and contractors killed by the Taliban in Afghanistan filed a motion last week opposing MTN’s earlier application to have the lawsuit dismissed.

A US judge will now decide whether the matter has sufficient merit to proceed to a full trial, a development that would open the door for legal liabilities that could amount to millions of dollars for the telecom group either in the form of court- sanctioned damages or a settlement agreement...

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