Taliban’s return in Afghanistan and what it means for US involvement | Just the FAQs 1

Taliban’s return in Afghanistan and what it means for US involvement | Just the FAQs

 

The Taliban has taken control of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Here’s what a Taliban regime means for the country and rest of the world. RELATED:

WASHINGTON – Taliban fighters marched into Afghanistan's capital city on Sunday, signaling a collapse of the Afghan government two decades after the U.S. invaded the country in the "war on terrorism."

The swift fall of the capital city came as the Taliban seized nearly all of Afghanistan, despite the billions of dollars spent by the U.S. and NATO to build up Afghan security forces.

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3 comments

  1. Way to go USA for killing our civilians while ‘ helping us’ then abandoning mission and leaving Taliban with Blackhawks. Are you guys all drunk in the job or what.

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