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PIERS MORGAN: As 9/11 approaches, Biden’s Afghanistan disaster should cost him his presidency

isabellakhademhosseini28 mins ago As published by Texas News Today This Saturday is the 20th anniversary of 9/11, one of the darkest days in American history. To mark the occasion, President Biden will travel to Ground Zero in New York where ...
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U.S. Citizens and Afghans Wait for Evacuation Flights From Country’s North

As published by the New York Times By Melissa Eddy and Thomas Gibbons-Neff Sept. 5, 2021 Around 1,000 people, including dozens of American citizens and Afghans holding visas to the United States or other countries, remained stuck in Afghanistan for ...
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Deadly U.S. Strike Raises Questions Over Collateral Damage in Afghanistan

Many former officials expect U.S. intelligence to dry up. As published By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter, and Amy Mackinnon, a national security and intelligence reporter at Foreign Policy. SEPTEMBER 2, 2021, 9:22 AM A U.S. airstrike aimed ...
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Biden ignored ISIS-K threat, experts say

As published by USA Today by Josh Meyer The Biden administration bare- ly mentioned ISIS-K when talking about the U.S. withdrawal from Af- ghanistan, then downplayed its ca- pabilities until last week’s deadly attacks were imminent. The Trump administration glossed ...
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Taliban 2.0 – Have Afghanistan’s new rulers changed? … or not?

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US destroys CIA outpost outside Kabul airport to keep sensitive information away from Taliban: report

As published by the New York Times American forces on Thursday destroyed the last CIA outpost in Afghanistan, US officials told The New York Times. Eagle Base in Kabul was demolished order to keep sensitive information out of Taliban hands. Most ...
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An army of veterans and volunteers organizes online to evacuate Afghans, from thousands of miles away

BERKELEY, Calif. — On a quiet, tree-lined street in the Bay Area, Jon Reed’s computer screen swims with maps of Kabul, chat threads and text messages from Special Operations, military and civilian contractors inside and around the Hamid Karzai International ...
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An Anti-Taliban Front Is Already Forming. Can It Last?

As published by Foreign Policy By Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy, and Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter. In October 2001, U.S. defense intelligence planners were tasked with assessing whether a ...
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‘Charlie Wilson’s Playbook’: Lawmaker Pushes Biden to Back Anti-Taliban Resistance

As published by Foreign Policy By Jack Detsch, Robbie Gramer, and Amy Mackinnon The Biden administration is facing pressure from Congress to begin supporting Afghan resistance groups as the clock runs out on the massive U.S.-led evacuation effort from the ...
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Veterans scramble to evacuate Afghans from Kabul | Mick Mulroy, CIA paramilitary officer | Bonus Ep.

As published by the The Team House Please click here. The Team House 22K subscribers SUBSCRIBE In this special mid-week episode we are going to talk to former CIA paramilitary officer Mick Mulroy and retired Army Colonel Mike Jason about ...
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