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President Biden’s plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 has prompted deep fears about the Afghan military’s ability to defend the country — and itself — from the Taliban and other threats.

President Biden announced that the U.S. will withdraw its remaining 2,500 troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11. If you’re an Afghanistan war veteran or are currently serving, please share your thoughts 👉

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By Sept. 11, President Joe Biden has vowed, all U.S. troops in Afghanistan will come home. They shouldn’t be returning alone

#6 Ending the War in Afghanistan President Biden ordered the end of 20 years of U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021, the 20th anniversary of the attack that drew America into its longest war.

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President Biden, who announced earlier this month that all American troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, says US leadership "means ending the forever war in Afghanistan."

TALIBAN THREAT TO THE U.S.: As American forces are set to withdraw from Afghanistan by Sept. 11th, @IanPannell  has an exclusive interview with a Taliban commander who is warning the U.S. to stick to the original May 1st deadline.

President Biden’s plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 has prompted deep fears about the Afghan military’s ability to defend the country — and itself — from the Taliban and other threats.

Biden wants to defeat the Taliban, but his decision to withdraw troops by Sept. 11 could backfire in three ways: > Afghanistan is left alone in a civil war > The U.S. loses the ability to track al Qaeda > Women may be blocked again from public life

"With or without the CIA, the Soviet war in Afghanistan was genocidal. According to a @UN  report from 1986, 33,000 Afghan civilians were killed between Jan-Sept 1985, the vast majority at the hands of the Soviet Army and its allies in Kabul" @Emran_Feroz 

U.S. contractors are staring down a tight deadline—with very little direction—to move out of Afghanistan by President Joe Biden’s planned troop withdrawal of Sept. 11.

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Biden to withdraw all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021, the 20th anniversary of attacks that drew U.S. into war there

Sen. Bernie Sanders reacts to Biden's plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11: “These wars cannot continue to go on forever and we've got to learn that in many respects diplomacy… is much more important, much more effective than an occupying force on the ground.”

President Biden says the Sept. 11 attacks “cannot explain” why U.S. troops should remain in Afghanistan 20 years later. Biden plans to give a speech later Wednesday where he will give a timeline for withdrawing troops from America's longest war.

BREAKING: President Joe Biden will leave U.S. troops in Afghanistan beyond the May 1 deadline negotiated with the Taliban by the Trump administration, an official says. Biden has set the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks as the new withdrawal date.

BREAKING: President Biden will announce that the US plans to fully withdraw troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, a deadline marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11, senior admin. officials say.

Vice President Mike Pence's claim that General Suleimani helped 10 of the men who would go on to carry out the Sept. 11 attacks cross through Iran and enter Afghanistan isn't backed up by established historical accounts or public U.S. intelligence

In terms of American deaths, it is the equivalent of 22 Iraq wars, 33 Sept. 11 attacks, 41 Afghanistan wars, 42 Pearl Harbors or 25,000 Benghazis. @peterbakernyt 

BREAKING: The U.S. and the Taliban are poised to sign a peace deal Saturday, 18 years after the Afghanistan War began in the wake the Sept. 11 attacks.

Looking Out Sept. 6, 2010: Cpl. Anthony Patris, a vehicle commander from @1st_Marine_Div , listens as his interpreter talks with Afghan boys after an improvised explosive device detonated in Pinjadoo, Afghanistan. #MarineCorpsCountdown 

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The bombing at the mosque follows several bloody months in Afghanistan. The United Nations said civilian casualties rose 42 percent from July 1 to Sept. 30, from the same period last year.

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