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US Prepared To Work with Taliban against ISIS-K In Afghanistan

State Department Spokesperson Ned Price told journalists on Tuesday that the Biden administration was prepared to work with the Taliban to counter ISIS-K. Price’s statement follows three months after the US and other NATO countries completed…
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War is Over — Again

by : Staff , LIBERTARIAN The United States’ war in Afghanistan is over. While there is much to say and much more that can never be put into words, let us be clear on this point: The Libertarian Party supports the full removal of US troops…
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TheU.S. government quietly removed more than 130,000 Kirby photos and videos from public view

Pentagon has quietly removed a massive collection of Afghanistan War footage totaling more than 120,000 photos and 17,000 videos from its official visual record. The images and videos, which date back more than a decade, were previously published…
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Pentagon Offers Payment to Afghanistan Family’s Survivors after Botched US Airstrike

The Pentagon has offered condolence payments to the surviving family members of the 10 innocent civilians, including seven children, who were accidentally killed in a U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan in late August. The Aug. 29 strike was intended…
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How Pakistan Sees Afghanistan

By Moeed Yusuf , FOREIGN AFFAIRS Peace Is Possible Only If the World Engages With the Taliban President Joe Biden was right to end the U.S. military mission in Afghanistan. The regime in Kabul was clearly unable to sustain itself, and…
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US ‘Sooner or Later’ Must Recognise Taliban: Pakistan PM Khan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said the United States government will “sooner or later” have to recognise the Taliban, which now rules Afghanistan. In a televised interview with the Turkish-state affiliated TRT World, Khan said…
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US General: Afghan Collapse Rooted in 2020 Deal with Taliban

Senior Pentagon officials said the collapse of the Afghan government and its security forces in August could be traced to a 2020 U.S. agreement with the Taliban that promised a complete U.S. troop withdrawal. Gen. Frank McKenzie, the head of…
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U.S. Troops Are Still Deploying to Iraq, Even as Afghan War Ends

by : Dave Philipps , The New York Times FORT CARSON, Colo. — A taut line of soldiers crossed the sprawling Army post’s parade ground in the afternoon, hoisting flags draped with a rainbow of streamers from past deployments: Afghanistan,…
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Blame the US for Taliban Takeover, Not Afghans and Afghanistan Army

By: Sara Mercury, Twitter: @saramercury183 It was only a few days after the start of withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan for a complete withdrawal that the Taliban began to make significant progress on Afghanistan soil.…
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Poll: Many Minnesotans Approve Of Afghanistan Withdrawal but Not Biden’s Handling of Pullout

Nearly half of state voters support the withdrawal of U.S. troops and civilians from Afghanistan but disapprove of how the Biden administration went about it, according to a new Minnesota Poll. And 46% — including half of Republicans polled…