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Al Qaeda could rebuild in Afghanistan in a year or two, U.S. officials say
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Al Qaeda Could Rebuild In Afghanistan in a Year or Two, U.S. Officials Say

Al Qaeda could rebuild inside Afghanistan in one to two years, top intelligence officials said Tuesday, noting that some members of the terrorist group had already returned to the country. Earlier in the year, top Pentagon officials said Al…
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Biden Defends Afghanistan Withdrawal on 9/11 Anniversary: ‘How Else Could You Get Out?’

President Biden on Saturday again defended the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, arguing that the vast majority of Americans wanted to get out -- and asking "How else could you get out?" Biden was speaking to reporters in Shanksville, Pa.,…
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Rep. Mike Waltz on Afghanistan: ‘We are going to see Al Qaeda 3.0’

Rep. Mike Waltz (R-Fla.) slammed President Joe Biden’s defense of his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan and warned that Al Qaeda would make a resurgence during a Monday evening interview on CNBC’s “The News with Shepard…
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US Fuels Syrian War with New Arms Supplies to Al Qaeda Terrorists

By: Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, arms watchThe Pentagon is buying $2.8 billion worth of weapons for conflict zones around the world. Most of the weapons are destined for Syria.A number of propaganda videos published by Hayat Tahrir Al Sham (formerly…
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Yemen’s STC force captures Al Qaeda-linked cell responsible for deadly attacks against troops

Al Qaeda members admit to recent attack that killed seven Southern Transitional Council soldiers in southern Yemen. Security Belt Forces in southern Yemen on Sunday said they had captured an Al Qaeda-linked cell responsible for a dozen recent…
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Afghan 1st vice president says negotiating with Taliban, still “shoulder-to-shoulder with al Qaeda,” was a mistake

The second highest ranking political leader in the country told CBS News' Charlie D'Agata that some fundamental mistakes were behind America's decision to withdrawal forces from the country after 20 years of war. The huge surge in violence…