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US won’t be asking Taliban permission to strike terror groups in Afghanistan

MilitaryTimes
 29 days ago

Cover picture for the articleWhen U.S. Central Command authorizes strikes against groups like ISIS-K or al Qaida in Afghanistan, they won’t be negotiating with the Taliban about where and when they can drop bombs. While the U.S. generally negotiates agreements with countries where it conducts strikes, the Pentagon considers Afghanistan essentially a free...

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Whippa
28d ago

Joe Biden is a big coward I am 70 years old and I never saw a President who works with terrorists. Goes to show you that Trump was right all along.

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Thomas Smith
29d ago

The Terrorists think the same way about the United States. Which side is Dementia Joe On. Considering The Taliban was the first Recipients of the Biden Build Back Better Plan.

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Dr.Fraudchi
29d ago

yet with American hostages in Afganastan left behind from a failed leader..Biden will have more American blood on his hands

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