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No more delays, no more excuses: It’s time to get the hell out of Afghanistan once and for all
It's time stop listening to those who have been wrong for two decades.
Acting SecDef Miller on America’s forever wars: ‘It’s time to come home’
"We are not a people of perpetual war - it is the antithesis of everything for which we stand and for which our ancestors fought," wrote Acting Secretary of Defense Chris Miller in his initial message to the force on Friday. "All wars must end."
The Pentagon won’t say if all US troops are actually leaving Afghanistan by Christmas
A day after President Donald Trump tweeted that all U.S. troops in Afghanistan should be home by the end of the year, the silence coming from top military leaders was so intense that one could practically hear a mouse fart.
Trump says US troops in Afghanistan should be ‘home by Christmas’
All U.S. troops in Afghanistan should be "home by Christmas," President Donald Trump said on Wednesday, just hours after his national security adviser said Washington would reduce its forces in Afghanistan to 2,500 by early next year
US troop strength in Afghanistan down to close to 8,600 ahead of schedule
"Due to COVID-19 concerns, we are moving towards that planned drawdown faster than anticipated"
Trump: the US ‘never really fought to win’ in Afghanistan
"Except at the beginning, we never really fought to win."
Afghanistan troop withdrawal still on track despite spate of deadly attacks, US says
Good luck with that!
The Afghan peace process is going terribly, surprising no one
Peace has not flowered in Afghanistan since the US agreed to leave.
Taliban attacks on Afghan forces have surged since signing of US peace deal
The Taliban have mounted more than 4,500 attacks in Afghanistan, marking a sharp escalation in violence, in the 45 days since signing a deal with the United States that paves the way for a U.S. troop drawdown
Afghan government releases 100 more Taliban prisoners
The Afghan government has freed a total of 300 Taliban prisoners since April 8.
Top US commander in Afghanistan meets with Taliban to discuss reduction in violence
The commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan met Taliban leadership in Doha to discuss the need to reduce violence in the war-torn country, spokesmen for both sides said on Saturday, as continued clashes threaten to derail a fragile peace process.
Afghan government frees 100 Taliban prisoners as part of peace process
The Afghan government freed 100 Taliban prisoners on Wednesday as a first step in a peace process with the hardline Islamists, despite the group's suspension of talks on a planned prisoner exchange crucial to moving to formal talks to end years of war
Some troops will be stuck in Afghanistan beyond their departure dates due to coronavirus screening
Operation Resolute Support is currently assessing how many U.S. troops will have to stay in Afghanistan longer than expected.
The Taliban is allowed to read classified documents related to the Afghan peace deal, but you can’t
Maybe the Taliban has a FOIA office?
Afghanistan withdrawal begins: US military starts drawing down to 8,600 troops
The long goodbye begins.
Taliban may have free reign to attack Afghan troops and police under peace deal with US
It is unclear if the Taliban have pledged to stop killing Afghan security forces as part of a deal with the US.
What peace deal? US launches airstrike on Taliban fighters attacking Afghan security forces
So much for the reduction in violence.
The Taliban claims that Trump spoke with one of their leaders by phone
President Donald Trump spoke with Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar following the recent signing of an Afghanistan withdrawal agreement, the Taliban announced in a news release on Tuesday
Thousands of US troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan despite ongoing violence
The Taliban may have already abandoned its pledge to reduce violence in Afghanistan.