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The US did more to radicalise Afghanistan than Osama bin Laden

by : Amra Sabic-El-Rayess , ALJAZEERA Today Afghanistan is number one on the Global Terrorism Index, and we helped them get there. One recurring theme in the media coverage of the US pullout from Afghanistan is that after 20 years,…
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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…
Weapons In Afghanistan
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Pakistan Buying Us Military Weapons In Afghanistan

Pakistan is buying US military weapons from the Taliban to strengthen the security against Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), according to news agency ANi citing a news report. Cross-border violence has escalated in Pakistan since the time the…
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US Troops Transferred To Iraq Under Cover Of Egyptian Aircraft

Hujjat al-Islam al-Kaabi exposed the illegal movement of the American occupiers to Iraq, declaring it contrary to the agreement between Baghdad and Washington and stressed, “The United States is transferring its troops to Iraq from Egypt…
afghanistan and china

Video : China’s Strategy in Afghanistan As US troops leave Afghanistan, other Central Asian countries may be affected by the withdrawal. Undoubtedly, one of these countries is China, and one of the most important reasons for this could be the Wakhan…
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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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US Deploying 2,000 Troops to Iraq for Nine Month Period: Report

The United States is deploying around 2,000 troops to Iraq despite Washington announcing plans to end its combat mission in the country, The New York Times reported on Monday. Soldiers from the Fourth Infantry Division will replace the 256th…
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US Lose-Lose Game in Afghanistan (Part 1)

U.S. provided an estimated $83 billion worth of training and equipment to Afghan securityU.S. purchased and provided 75,898 vehicles and 208 aircraft to the Afghan army and security forcesArmored personnel carriers such as the M113A2 cost $170,000…
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Top US Spy says Somalia, Yemen, Syria and Iraq Represent Greater Terrorist Threat than Afghanistan

Afghanistan is no longer the US' top concern among international terrorist threats to the American homeland, the nation's top spy said at an intelligence and national security conference in Washington on Monday, even amid ongoing fears from…