U.S. withdraws from Afghanistan, ending 20-year mission 1

U.S. withdraws from Afghanistan, ending 20-year mission

The Pentagon announces that all U.S. military forces have now withdrawn from Afghanistan, ending the nearly 20-year mission in the country.

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19 comments

  1. Did they not have at least one more pork bbq with the Taliban to end things on a peaceful note? I guess the billions of military aid will help with future dealings.

  2. Panjshir Valley – The last stronghold of resistance. Why are all afghanistans living at west only protesting? None of them are going to join the resistance? Perhaps outside Afghanistan there are no more lions like at Panjshir. Are There only pet cats?

  3. Pakistan’s PM hung out with Princess Di and was a cricket star. Opposite values to Taliban but anti war. The public in some areas not so much.

  4. “The society that separates its scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools.”
    –          Thucydides

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