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    Afghanistan: The End of the Occupation

    Fourth, the War on Terror has also been politically defeated in the United States. The majority of Americans are now in favor of withdrawal from Afghanistan and against any more foreign wars.

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    'Nation building' was never a US goal in Afghanistan: US President

    President Joe Biden said on Monday he stood “squarely behind” his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan despite searing images of chaos in Kabul that expose.

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    The Reality Check

    Israel has started talking tough about going to war with Iran. Then Hezbollah sent a reality check. 2006 will forever haunt Israel as it confronts the fact that, when comes to shove, it's not as capable as it claims to b

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    Taliban capture Ghazni city on road to Afghan capital

    Taliban fighters captured the city of Ghazni on Thursday, the ninth provincial capital they have seized in a week, as US intelligence said Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, a few.

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    'They've Got To Fight': Biden On Afghan Leaders As Taliban Gains

    Taliban insurgents tightened their grip on captured Afghan territory on Tuesday, now controlling 65% of the country, as US President Joe Biden urged the nation's leaders to fight for their homeland.

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    Lebanon army warns against Israeli moves on border

    The commander of the Lebanese armed forces has warned Israel against any provocative moves across the country’s borders, saying the forces will allow no one to take.

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    Civilian casualties in Afghanistan at record level in May-June: UN

    Nearly 2,400 Afghan civilians were killed or injured in May and June as fighting between Taliban insurgents and Afghan security forces escalated, the highest number for.

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    Afghanistan imposes night curfew to curb Taliban advance

    Afghanistan’s government has imposed a night-time curfew across almost all of the country’s 34 provinces to stem surging violence unleashed by a sweeping Taliban.

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    Tajikistan tests combat readiness as Taliban advance

    Tajikistan on Thursday checked the combat readiness of its armed forces in the biggest such exercise in the country's history as the Taliban make sweeping gains in neighbouring Afghanistan.

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    UK Will Work With Afghan Taliban If It Comes To Power, Says Defence Minister

    Britain will work with the Taliban should they enter the government in Afghanistan, British Defence Minister Ben Wallace told the Daily Telegraph in an interview published on Tuesday.

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    Afghan Taliban seize border crossing with Pakistan in major advance

    Taliban fighters in Afghanistan said on Wednesday they had taken control of one of the main border crossings with Pakistan, perhaps the most strategic objective they have.

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    Lebanon’s crisis could end up empowering Hezbollah

    The country’s political structure is based on a delicate balance among different ethnicities and sects, and the deep economic crisis might favour the Iran-backed group.

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    Taliban warn Turkey against extending troops in Afghanistan

    The Taliban on Tuesday warned Turkey against extending its presence in the country when US-led forces leave the country, insisting the decision was "reprehensible".

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    Afghanistan:In Symbolic End To War,US General To Step Down

    The US general leading the war in Afghanistan, Austin Miller, will relinquish command on Monday, US officials say, in a symbolic end to America's longest conflict even as.

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    Afghan gov’t delegation meets Taliban in Iran

    An Afghan government delegation has met Taliban representatives in Tehran, the Iranian foreign ministry says, as the armed group makes significant advances amid a pullout of US troops.

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    Iran Strikes US Bases in Iraq in Retaliation to Soleimani Killing

    Iran struck back at the United States early Wednesday, firing a series of ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq in the first act of the Islamic republic's promised revenge for the US killing of Soleimani

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    Iran Keeps World Guessing, America On Tenterhooks

    As Tehran keeps the Americans and the world guessing for now, Iranians seems to be in no rush to strike back against the United States, possibly enjoying their ability to spread anxiety throughout the West.

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    Iran's Parliament Designates All US Forces as ‘Terrorists'

    Iranian parliaments move attains significance as US troops are deployed across the region. Analysts say Iranian move gives legal cover to any retaliatory action against US bases spread across the region surrounding Iran.

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    US Sends Letter On Move To Pullout From Iraq, Then Calls It A 'Mistake'

    17 hours after the US military in Iraq told the government that American troops were preparing to pull out of the country a senior US general in Washington said the message was sent by "mistake"

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    Iraqi Parliament Calls for Expulsion of US Troops

    Iraq's parliament voted in an extraordinary session Sunday to expel all American troops from the country and file a UN complaint against the U.S. for violating Iraq's sovereignty with its assassination of Gen Soleimani.

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    US Assassinates Top Iran General Qassem Soleimani

    Hillary Mann Leverett, a former White House National Security official, said the US killing of Soleimani is a "declaration of war" on Iran."We are now in an incredibly dangerous situation. It is an incredibly dangerous

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    Afghan forces, Nato killed most Afghan civilians in 2019

    More Afghan civilians were killed by Afghan and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) forces than by the Taliban and other militants in the first half of 2019, the UN mission said in a report released on Tuesday.

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    Days After Imran’s Visit,US Approves Sales To Support Pak's F-16 Fighter Jets

    Days after the meeting between President Donald Trump and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Pentagon notified the Congress on Friday of its decision to approve military.

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    US-backed air raid kills 8 civilians in eastern Afghanistan

    A joint air raid by Afghan and NATO forces killed eight civilians, including women and children, in Afghanistan's Logar province, officials and local media confirmed on Monday.

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