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Here are Biden’s immediate challenges as commander in chief
It's going to be a bumpy ride.
America’s top general to Taliban: Give peace a chance
By Jan.15, there should be roughly 2,500 U.S. troops still in Afghanistan.
The USS Nimitz is back in the Middle East amid Iraq, Afghanistan drawdowns
“There were no specific threats that triggered the return of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group"
US drawdown in Afghanistan is wrong call, says commander who claimed we were on the ‘road to winning’ in 2013
The general doth protest too much
Thousands of troops will depart Iraq and Afghanistan before Trump leaves office
'With the blessings of Providence, in the coming year we will finish this generational war and bring our men and women home.'
US will reportedly draw down to 2,500 troops in both Afghanistan and Iraq before Trump leaves office
This is the latest development in the long and torturous drawdown in Afghanistan.
No, Trump’s Pentagon purge doesn’t mean he’s planning a military coup
(Arnold Schwarzenegger voice) It's not a coup!
The vicious attack on Kabul University shows that Afghanistan is still convulsing with violence
'In this incident, 19 people were martyred and 22 others were injured.'
US airstrike kills five Taliban fighters amid Afghanistan withdrawal
A U.S. airstrike launched to support Afghan security forces killed five Taliban fighters in central Afghanistan on Sunday evening, a spokesman for U.S. forces in Afghanistan said
Top general appears to be at odds with the White House over the Afghanistan withdrawal plan
We're back to a conditions-based withdrawal, maybe?
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.
The US military’s silence on Afghanistan is a sign of weakness
'Embarrassing things tend to get classified in this town.'
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.
Afghanistan drawdown? Not so fast, says Covid-19
There are currently 22 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan withdrawal begins: US military starts drawing down to 8,600 troops
The long goodbye begins.